The Effect of Facial Expression on Memory for an Associated Name

Pfaff, Danielle

Valence, arousal, and attractiveness can affect memory for stimuli. Objective: To determine how these factors affect memory for a name associated with a fearful, happy, or neutral face. Methods: 60 participants saw 240 face-name pairs (i.e., names paired with fearful, happy, and neutral faces) and later performed a forced-choice recognition memory test. Results: There was no difference in memory... read more

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