Does remembering emotional items impair recall of same-emotion items?

@article{Sison2007DoesRE,
  title={Does remembering emotional items impair recall of same-emotion items?},
  author={Jo Ann G. Sison and Mara Mather},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2007},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={282-7}
}
In the part-set cuing effect, cuing a subset of previously studied items impairs recall of the remaining noncued items. This experiment reveals that cuing participants with previously-studied emotional pictures (e.g., fear-evoking pictures of people) can impair recall of pictures involving the same emotion but different content (e.g., fear-evoking pictures… CONTINUE READING