Emotional memory for musical excerpts in young and older adults

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Alonso, Irene; Dellacherie, Delphine; Samson, Séverine;

International audience; The emotions evoked by music can enhance recognition of excerpts. It has been suggested that memory is better for high than for low arousing music (Eschrich et al., 2005; Samson et al., 2009), but it remains unclear whether positively (Eschrich e... View more
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