B. THE METHOD THE problem has presented itself: to bring order out of the confusion, agreement out of disagreement. The method must still be elaborated. How can we develop a theory of emotion so that it might find approval among therapists and systematic psychologists? How can we integrate the many theories into one? Or, perhaps, the investigation may prove something special about 'emotion', something which gives ground to the confusion, revealing that no integration is possible? If other far more competent investigators have failed, what hopes have we of succeeding?