The Effect of Emotion on Memory: Faces and Names

Nitenson, Adam Z.
2010

Emotion has been shown to demonstrate a modulating effect on memory, generally enhancing recall and recognition of stimuli. The goal of the current study was to determine the effect of emotion on associative memory between faces and names. Across three separate experiments, 45 participants viewed 120 face-name pairs (names paired with fearful, happy, and neutral faces) and later performed a forced... read more

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