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Cognitive interdependence in close relationships
This chapter is concerned with the thinking processes of the intimate dyad. So, although we will focus from time to time on the thinking processes of the individual—as they influence and areExpand
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Emotionality in free recall: Language specificity in bilingual memory.
Abstract Bilingual subjects (Spanish English) who had acquired fluency in their second language after 8 years of age rated 18 emotional and 18 neutral words for ease of pronunciation, impliedExpand
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Intentional forgetting benefits from thought substitution
This study provides both experimental and correlational evidence that forgetting in the think/no-think paradigm (Anderson & Green, 2001) is sensitive to the substitution of thoughts about new eventsExpand
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Depressive Deficits in Forgetting
The aim of this study was to investigate whether difficulties in forgetting (like difficulties in remembering) are associated with depressive states. First, dysphoric and nondysphoric studentsExpand
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Cognitive Bias Modification
  • P. Hertel, A. Mathews
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perspectives on psychological science : a journal…
  • 1 November 2011
Research conducted within the general paradigm of cognitive bias modification (CBM) reveals that emotional biases in attention, interpretation, and memory are not merely associated with emotionalExpand
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Remembering with and without awareness in a depressed mood: evidence of deficits in initiative.
  • P. Hertel, T. Hardin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology. General
  • 1 March 1990
We propose that depressive deficits in remembering are revealed in tasks that allow the spontaneous use of strategies; tasks that bypass or direct the use of strategies should not produce depressiveExpand
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Depressive deficits in memory: focusing attention improves subsequent recall.
  • P. Hertel, S. Rude
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology. General
  • 1 September 1991
Ss diagnosed as depressed, recovered from depression, or without a history of depression performed an unintentional learning task, followed by tests of free and forced recall. In the learning task,Expand
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Depression-related Impairments in Prospective Memory
Time-based prospective memory, the ability to carry out a future intention at a specified time, was found to be impaired in a community sample of clinically depressed adults, relative to aExpand
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Relation between rumination and impaired memory in dysphoric moods.
  • P. Hertel
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of abnormal psychology
  • 1 February 1998
College students in dysphoric or nondysphoric moods studied pairs of words and later took a fragment-completion test of memory for targets from the pairs (under process-dissociation procedures forExpand
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