Implicit affective cues and attentional tuning: an integrative review.

@article{Friedman2010ImplicitAC,
  title={Implicit affective cues and attentional tuning: an integrative review.},
  author={Ronald S. Friedman and Jens F{\"o}rster},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={2010},
  volume={136 5},
  pages={875-93}
}
A large and growing number of studies support the notion that arousing positive emotional states expand, and that arousing negative states constrict, the scope of attention on both the perceptual and conceptual levels. However, these studies have predominantly involved the manipulation or measurement of conscious emotional experiences (e.g., subjective feelings of happiness or anxiety). This raises the question: Do cues that are merely associated with benign versus threatening situations but do… CONTINUE READING
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