Daily variability in working memory is coupled with negative affect: the role of attention and motivation.

@article{Brose2012DailyVI,
  title={Daily variability in working memory is coupled with negative affect: the role of attention and motivation.},
  author={Annette Brose and Florian Schmiedek and Martin L{\"o}vd{\'e}n and Ulman Lindenberger},
  journal={Emotion},
  year={2012},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={
          605-17
        }
}
Across days, individuals experience varying levels of negative affect, control of attention, and motivation. We investigated whether this intraindividual variability was coupled with daily fluctuations in working memory (WM) performance. In 100 days, 101 younger individuals worked on a spatial N-back task and rated negative affect, control of attention, and motivation. Results showed that individuals differed in how reliably WM performance fluctuated across days, and that subjective experiences… CONTINUE READING
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