Anxiety-related threat bias in recognition memory: the moderating effect of list composition and semantic-similarity effects.

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Individuals with high anxiety show bias for threatening information, but it is unclear whether this bias affects memory. Recognition memory studies have shown biases for recognising and rejecting threatening items in anxiety, prompting the need to identify moderating factors of this effect. This study focuses on the role of semantic similarity: the use of… (More)

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