Genes for emotion-enhanced remembering are linked to enhanced perceiving.

@article{Todd2013GenesFE,
  title={Genes for emotion-enhanced remembering are linked to enhanced perceiving.},
  author={Rebecca M. Todd and Daniel J M{\"u}ller and Daniel C. H. Lee and Amanda Robertson and Tayler Eaton and Natalie Freeman and Daniela J. Palombo and Brian Levine and Adam K. Anderson},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2013},
  volume={24 11},
  pages={2244-53}
}
Emotionally enhanced memory and susceptibility to intrusive memories after trauma have been linked to a deletion variant (i.e., a form of a gene in which certain amino acids are missing) of ADRA2B, the gene encoding subtype B of the α2-adrenergic receptor, which influences norepinephrine activity. We examined in 207 participants whether variations in this gene are responsible for individual differences in affective influences on initial encoding that alter perceptual awareness. We examined the… CONTINUE READING
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