Auditory-Induced Negative Emotions Increase Recognition Accuracy for Visual Scenes Under Conditions of High Visual Interference

The effect of emotion on memory is powerful and complex. While there seems to be agreement that emotional arousal generally increases the likelihood that events are remembered, it is somewhat disputed whether also the valence of emotions influences memory. Specifically, several experiments by Kensin...

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Main Author: Oliver Baumann
Format: Article
Published: Frontiers Media S.A. 2018-11-01
Series:Frontiers in Psychology
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