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Autobiographical Memory Specificity and Emotional Disorder
Research showing that when recalling autobiographical events, many emotionally disturbed patients summarize categories of events rather than retrieving a single episode is reviewed, with a focus on M. Pleydell-Pearce's hierarchical search model of personal event retrieval.
Norms of valence, arousal, dominance, and age of acquisition for 4,300 Dutch words
The new norms of valence/pleasantness, activity/arousal, power/dominance, and age of acquisition for 4,300 Dutch words, mainly nouns, adjectives, adverbs, and verbs are presented.
A sentence completion procedure as an alternative to the Autobiographical Memory Test for assessing overgeneral memory in non-clinical populations
Results suggest that the SCEPT, relative to the AMT, is a more sensitive instrument to measure OGM, at least in non-clinical populations.
Fear extinction and relapse: state of the art.
It is shown that the behavioral principles outlined in learning theory provide a continuous inspiration for preclinical (neurobiological) and clinical research on the extinction and return of fear.
Reducing cognitive vulnerability to depression: a preliminary investigation of MEmory Specificity Training (MEST) in inpatients with depressive symptomatology.
On the generality of the affective Simon effect
In affective Simon studies, participants are to select between a positive and negative response on the basis of a nonaffective stimulus feature (i.e., relevant stimulus feature) while ignoring the…
Affect 4.0: a free software package for implementing psychological and psychophysiological experiments.
- Adriaan Spruyt, Jeroen Clarysse, D. Vansteenwegen, F. Baeyens, D. Hermans
- PsychologyExperimental psychology
Affect 4.0 is a user-friendly software package for implementing psychological and psychophysiological experiments that is capable of registering response latencies and analog behavioral input with millisecond accuracy.
The affective priming effect: Automatic activation of evaluative information in memory.
Abstract Fazio, Sanbonmatsu, Powell, and Kardes (1986) argued that affect may be activated automatically from memory on the mere observation of an affect-loaded stimulus. Using a variant of the…
Reinstatement of fear responses in human aversive conditioning.