The Effect of Mood-Context on Visual Recognition and Recall Memory

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Robinson, Sarita Jane; Rollings, Lucy J. L.;

Although it is widely known that memory is enhanced when encoding and retrieval occur in the same state, the impact of elevated stress/arousal is less understood. This study explores mood-dependent memory's effects on visual recognition and recall of material memorized ... View more
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