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Psychiatrist: Take any visceral emotion you care to

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Psychiatrist: Take any visceral emotion you care to consider. There are always situations in
which it is healthy to try to express that emotion. So, there are always situations in which it
is healthy to try to express one’s anger. The conclusion of the argument follows logically if
which one of the following is assumed?
a) Anger is always expressible.
b) Anger is a visceral emotion.
c) Some kinds of emotions are unhealthy to express.
d) All emotions that are healthy to express are visceral.
e) An emotion is visceral only if it is healthy to express.


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+1 B

The author begins considering the set of visceral emotions, then in that set he or she chooses anger for his or her conclusion.
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Visceral Emotion - Situation exists to safely express the given emotion
Situation exists to safely express anger too - Hence anger is a visceral emotion

B is the answer
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Why is A incorrect in this option ?
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Why is A incorrect in this option ?


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Re: Psychiatrist: Take any visceral emotion you care to  [#permalink]

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The correct answer choice is (B) The first step in solving a Justify question is
to analyze the structure of the argument: Premise: There are always
situations in which it is healthy to try to express that [visceral] emotion.
Conclusion: There are always situations in which it is healthy to try to
express one’s anger. A quick mechanistic analysis reveals that the correct
answer should contain “anger” and “visceral emotion.” Only answer choice
(B) contains these two elements, and as it turns out, (B) is correct. Answer
choice (B) must also solve the Justify Formula: Premise: There are always
situations in which it is healthy to try to express that [visceral] emotion.
Answer choice (B): Anger is a visceral emotion. Does the combination of
these two elements lead to the conclusion? Yes, and so the answer must be
correct. The Justify Formula can also be used to eliminate each of the other
answer choices.
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Re: Psychiatrist: Take any visceral emotion you care to  [#permalink]

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The official explanation is below:

Justify. October 2000 LSAT, Section 2, #4. The correct answer choice is (B).

The first step in solving a Justify question is to analyze the structure of the argument:

Premise: There are always situations in which it is healthy to try to express that [visceral] emotion.
Conclusion: There are always situations in which it is healthy to try to express one's anger.

A quick mechanistic analysis reveals that the correct answer should contain "anger" and "visceral emotion." Only answer choice (B) contains these two elements, and as it turns out, (B) is correct. Answer choice (B) must also solve the Justify Formula:

Premise: there are always situations in which it is healthy to try to express that [visceral] emotion.
Answer choice (B): Anger is a visceral emotion.

Does the combination of these two elements lead to the conclusion? Yes, and so the answer must be correct. The Justify Formula can also be used to eliminate each of the other answer choices.


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The official explanation is below:

Justify. October 2000 LSAT, Section 2, #4. The correct answer choice is (B).

The first step in solving a Justify question is to analyze the structure of the argument:

Premise: There are always situations in which it is healthy to try to express that [visceral] emotion.
Conclusion: There are always situations in which it is healthy to try to express one's anger.

A quick mechanistic analysis reveals that the correct answer should contain "anger" and "visceral emotion." Only answer choice (B) contains these two elements, and as it turns out, (B) is correct. Answer choice (B) must also solve the Justify Formula:

Premise: there are always situations in which it is healthy to try to express that [visceral] emotion.
Answer choice (B): Anger is a visceral emotion.

Does the combination of these two elements lead to the conclusion? Yes, and so the answer must be correct. The Justify Formula can also be used to eliminate each of the other answer choices.


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