Discrete Emotion Effects on Lexical Decision Response Times

@inproceedings{Briesemeister2011DiscreteEE,
  title={Discrete Emotion Effects on Lexical Decision Response Times},
  author={Benny B. Briesemeister and Lars Kuchinke and Arthur M. Jacobs},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
Our knowledge about affective processes, especially concerning effects on cognitive demands like word processing, is increasing steadily. Several studies consistently document valence and arousal effects, and although there is some debate on possible interactions and different notions of valence, broad agreement on a two dimensional model of affective space has been achieved. Alternative models like the discrete emotion theory have received little interest in word recognition research so far… CONTINUE READING

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