As far as modern psychology is concerned, do we have a "standard" set of emotions agreed upon by academics? For example, happiness, anger, sadness, etc. Is there a single list that contains all emotions?
Also please pardon my novice understanding of psychology for this next question, but is there also a standard set of cognitive functions? For example, Carl Jung proposed the following:
Extroversion: An attitude defining the self in accordance to the standard of the external world.
Introversion: An attitude defining the outer world in accordance to the standard of the self.
Intuition: Abstract perception of the environment.
Sensing: Concrete perception of the environment.
Thinking: Impersonal assessment.
Feeling: Person-centered assessment.
Is there a more modern understanding of these functions? And has academia been able to agree on a particular set?