Episodic memory for emotional and non-emotional words in individuals with anhedonia.

@article{Mathews2006EpisodicMF,
  title={Episodic memory for emotional and non-emotional words in individuals with anhedonia.},
  author={Jennifer R Mathews and Deanna M. Barch},
  journal={Psychiatry research},
  year={2006},
  volume={143 2-3},
  pages={121-33}
}
Anhedonia is a symptom that plays a significant role in theories of illness such as depression and schizophrenia. Some previous research suggests that participants who report high levels of social/physical anhedonia also show deficits in both self-report and physiological measures of emotional processing, particularly for measures of emotional valence as compared with emotional arousal. Little is known about memory for emotionally valenced information or how this might be related to emotional… CONTINUE READING

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