This hasn't particularly changed since nWoD 1.0 for ghosts and spirits. Here's what the Chronicles of Darkness sourcebooks I have say.
God-Machine Chronicle (now Chronicles of Darkness): Ghosts range "from broken, animated after-images unable to do anything but re-enact their death to intelligent, malevolent once-human spirits with power over whatever calamity killed them." They carry out "whatever mad urges they still feel."
To me, this reads as "whatever emotions the ST lets them retain from their life." Some ghosts are literally just automatons, while others can feel whatever emotions are relevant to their current existence.
Werewolf: The Forsaken 2e: Rank 1 "act more on instinct than abstract thought." Rank 2, by contrast, are "fully independent." "Spirits of similar resonance feel kinship and rivalry with each other." Sample spirits are described as "arrogant," "prideful," capable of fear, or drifting "serenely."
I don't see anything that disrupts the depiction in nWoD 1.0's Book of Spirits that spirits have strong but alien emotions. Rank 1 spirits probably have animal emotion, while Rank 2+ spirits can feel emotions that appear human but stem from very strange drives.
GMC: Many example angels lack an explicit rank but are described as alternately near-human or so alien as to transcend emotion. Jenn (p136) doesn't understand regret but wants to. Angels' Virtues and Vices are often certain emotions, and often don't match human morality.
Demon: The Descent: Angels, "though intelligent, ...are single-minded in their obeisance." "Some are wholly beyond temptation. Others simply haven't have the right temptation yet." Angels can be zealous, want to guide demons "back into the light," and feel "grief" or heartbreak.
Angels seem to have a full range of emotion, even at Rank 1 (Demon's Mr. Shivers is "gleeful" and feels "pride"). Depending on how human they are, these emotions may be more or less human-like.