In this chapter we examine the links between relational models and the psychology of values and emotions. Fiske (1991) introduced the relational models with considerable attention to their motivational implications, but we believe it is fair to say that the cognitive foundations and implications of the models have received by far the greater attention. Thus we bring the models together with recent research to explore two contentions: first, that the relational models express and embody different values, and second, that violations of different models elicit different emotions. As an introduction to the linkage between relational models and values, we begin with a classic study of conflicting values that can equally be interpreted as a study of conflicting models.