Beyond arousal and valence: The importance of the biological versus social relevance of emotional stimuli

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Sakaki, Michiko; Niki, N.; Mather, M.;

The present study addressed the hypothesis that emotional stimuli relevant to survival or reproduction (biologically emotional stimuli) automatically affect cognitive processing (e.g., attention, memory), while those relevant to social life (socially emotional stimuli) ... View more
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