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Music training causes long-term enhancement of preschool children's spatial-temporal reasoning.
- F. Rauscher, G. Shaw, L. Levine, E. Wright, W. Dennis, R. L. Newcomb
- Psychology, Medicine
- Neurological research
- 1 February 1997
Predictions from a structured cortical model led us to test the hypothesis that music training enhances young children's spatial-temporal reasoning. Seventy-eight preschool children participated in… Expand
Emotion and memory narrowing: A review and goal-relevance approach
People typically show excellent memory for information that is central to an emotional event but poorer memory for peripheral details. Not all studies demonstrate memory narrowing as a result of… Expand
Emotion and Memory Research: A Grumpy Overview
A great deal of research on emotion and memory has focused on the question of whether emotion enhances memory. Based on this research, investigators have variously claimed that emotional memories are… Expand
Reconstructing memory for emotions
- L. Levine
- 1 June 1997
This research assessed the stability of peoples' memory for their past emotions over time and the role of changing appraisals in accounting for biases in emotion recall. Following Ross Perot's abrupt… Expand
Reminiscence as autobiographical memory: a catalyst for reminiscence theory development
Research on the psychological outcomes of reminiscence techniques has led to equivocal findings. The goal of this paper is to advance current theory guiding research on reminiscence by examining… Expand
Sources of Bias in Memory for Emotions
How accurately can people remember how they felt in the past? Although some investigators hold that emotional memories are resistant to change, we review evidence that current emotions, appraisals,… Expand
The Causal Organisation of Emotional Knowledge: A Developmental Study
Abstract Using a theory of emotional understanding, the basis for distinguishing among happiness, anger, and sadness was investigated. Three and six-year-old children and adults predicted and… Expand
Making sense out of emotion: The representation and use of goal-structured knowledge.
The Anatomy of Disappointment: A Naturalistic Test of Appraisal Models of Sadness, Anger, and Hope
- L. Levine
- 1 July 1996
Vignette and autobiographical recall studies have often been used to test models of the appraisals associated with specific emotions. Recently, critiques of both methodologies have called into… Expand
Emotion regulation strategies that promote learning: reappraisal enhances children's memory for educational information.
The link between emotion regulation and academic achievement is well documented. Less is known about specific emotion regulation strategies that promote learning. Six- to 13-year-olds (N = 126)… Expand