Are Real Moods Required to Reveal Mood-Congruent and Mood-Dependent Memory?

@article{Eich2000AreRM,
  title={Are Real Moods Required to Reveal Mood-Congruent and Mood-Dependent Memory?},
  author={E. Eich and D. Macaulay},
  journal={Psychological Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={11},
  pages={244 - 248}
}
While simulating, or acting as if, they were either happy or sad, university students recounted emotionally positive, neutral, or negative events from their personal past. Two days later, subjects were asked to freely recall the gist of all of these events, and they did so while simulating a mood that either did or did not match the one they had feigned before. By comparing the present results with those of a previous study, in which affectively realistic and subjectively convincing states of… Expand
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