Emotional intensity predicts autobiographical memory experience.

  title={Emotional intensity predicts autobiographical memory experience.},
  author={Jennifer M. Talarico and Kevin S. LaBar and David C. Rubin},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  volume={32 7},
College students generated autobiographical memories from distinct emotional categories that varied in valence (positive vs. negative) and intensity (high vs. low). They then rated various perceptual, cognitive, and emotional properties for each memory. The distribution of these emotional memories favored a vector model over a circumplex model. For memories of all specific emotions, intensity accounted for significantly more variance in autobiographical memory characteristics than did valence… CONTINUE READING
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