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2011 | 35 | 119-129
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Utilité des théories cognitives des émotions dans la réflexion scientifique consacrée aux émotions des enseignants

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The author examines the utility of cognitive theories of emotions for scientific reflexion dedicated to teachers´ emotion. Emotions are a phenomenon relatively rarely described and often treated as irrational or uncontrollable. Cognitive approches enhance the mental contents of the emotional experience, viewing it as a conscious and fully informative act. Such a vision allows to understand teachers´ emotions better, to analyse their deep contents and to perceive them as valuable sources of knowledge.
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  • Jagiellonian University Cracow, Poland
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