Role of emotion in recognition with versus without cued-recall, The
In the present study, we sought to examine the effects of emotion on the processes that subserve recognition memory. Specifically, we explored how two primary dimensions of emotion (negative valence and high arousal) separately impact the two processes of recognition memory (recollection and familiarity). To separately examine recollection and familiarity, the recognition without cued-recall method was used to separate out judgments of recognition that are accompanied vs. unaccompanied by cued-recall. Data from three experiments suggest that both negative valence and high arousal increase both ...
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