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Mood and memory.
  • G. Bower
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American psychologist
  • 1981
This article describes experiments in which happy or sad moods were induced in subjects by hyp- notic suggestion to investigate the influence of emo- tions on memory and thinking. One result was thatExpand
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Human Associative Memory
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Scripts in memory for text
These experiments investigate people’s knowledge of routine activities (e.g., eating in a restaurant, visiting a dentist) and how that knowledge is organized and used to understand and rememberExpand
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Mood congruity of social judgments.
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From conditioning to category learning: an adaptive network model.
We used adaptive network theory to extend the Rescorla-Wagner (1972) least mean squares (LMS) model of associative learning to phenomena of human learning and judgment. In three experiments subjectsExpand
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RECOGNITION AND RETRIEVAL PROCESSES IN FREE RECALL
A model of free recall is described which identifies two processes in free recall: a retrieval process by which the subject accesses the words, and a recognition process by which the subject decidesExpand
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Imagery as a relational organizer in associative learning
Mental imagery improves paired-associate (PA) learning relative to overt rehearsal. The effect might be due to increased reliability of stimulus encoding or to increased relational associationExpand
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A MULTICOMPONENT THEORY OF THE MEMORY TRACE
  • G. Bower
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • 1977
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Mood effects on person-perception judgments.
  • J. Forgas, G. Bower
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 July 1987
How does mood affect the way we learn about, judge, and remember characteristics of other people? This study looked at the effects of mood on impression formation and person memory. Realistic personExpand
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From conditioning to category learning: an adaptive network model.
We used adaptive network theory to extend the Rescorla-Wagner (1972) least mean squares (LMS) model of associative learning to phenomena of human learning and judgment. In three experiments subjectsExpand
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