Emotional memory for musical excerpts in young and older adults

@inproceedings{Alonso2015EmotionalMF,
  title={Emotional memory for musical excerpts in young and older adults},
  author={Irene Alonso and Delphine Dellacherie and S{\'e}verine Samson},
  booktitle={Front. Aging Neurosci.},
  year={2015}
}
The emotions evoked by music can enhance recognition of excerpts. It has been suggested that memory is better for high than for low arousing music (Eschrich et al., 2005; Samson et al., 2009), but it remains unclear whether positively (Eschrich et al., 2008) or negatively valenced music (Aubé et al., 2013; Vieillard and Gilet, 2013) may be better recognized. Moreover, we still know very little about the influence of age on emotional memory for music. To address these issues, we tested emotional… CONTINUE READING
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