Flashbulb memories for the space shuttle disaster: A tale of two theories

  title={Flashbulb memories for the space shuttle disaster: A tale of two theories},
  author={John Neil Bohannon},
The effects of affect and input source on flashbulb memories
Flashbulb memories of shocking news (Challenger Explosion, death of Princess Diana, Pearl Harbour and Iraq bombings) were employed to test two hypotheses: encoding emotion enhances memory and how one
Flashbulb memories of the Paris attacks.
Negative emotion seems to play a key role in the formation of flashbulb memories, at least those associated with the Paris attacks.
Remembering a nuclear accident in Japan: Did it trigger flashbulb memories?
The results supported the notion that flashbulb memories are formed through rehearsal rather than at encoding, and it is also possible that rehearsal was a result of theflashbulb memory.
Personal memories for remote historical events: accuracy and clarity of flashbulb memories related to World War II.
One hundred forty-five Danes between 72 and 89 years of age were asked for their memories of their reception of the news of the Danish occupation (April 1940) and liberation (May 1945) and for their
The formation of flashbulb memories
A causal analysis of secondary variables showed that the formation of FB memories was primarily associated with the level of importance attached to the event and level of affective response to the news.
Flashbulb and factual memories: the case of Rabin's assassination
Similarities and differences between factual memories (FTM) and flashbulb memories (FBM) of the assassination of Israel's Prime Minister, Itzhak Rabin, were explored. About two weeks after the
Flashbulb memories for expected events : a test of the emotional-integrative model
Flashbulb memories (FBMs) are vivid, long-lasting and consistent recollections for the reception context of shocking and unexpected public news. Only a few studies have assessed FBMs for predictable
A new flashbulb memory model applied to the Marmara earthquake
This study was based on the recollections of people who experienced the Marmara earthquake and those who had no direct experience with it but only heard it on the news. Four models of flashbulb
Flashbulb Memories for the September 11 th Terrorist Attacks : Long-Term Retention , Confidence , and the Influence of Rehearsal and Emotion
sammanfattning Flashbulb memories are memories for circumstances in which one first learned of a surprising, consequential, and emotional event. Classic flashbulb memory research suggests that this


Relating age at encoding in early childhood to adult recall: Development of flashbulb memories.
Three hundred thirty-eight informants who were between 1 and 7 years of age in 1963 were asked about their personal memories surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy and six other
Remembering What You Feel: Effects of Emotion on Memory
In two studies, recall was best when subjects' manipulated facial expressions were consistent with the emotional content of material recalled. In both studies, subjects' mood response to manipulated
Where were you when President Kennedy was assassinated
A total of 182 Americans and 215 Canadians were asked to remember what they were doing 12 years earlier when they learned that President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated. Subjects rated the
Psychological status of the script concept.
Suggests that there has been growing interest within several subfields of psychology in the schematic nature of mental representations of real-world objects and events. One simple form of schema is