Personality, mood, and cognitive processing of emotional information: three conceptual frameworks.

@article{Rusting1998PersonalityMA,
  title={Personality, mood, and cognitive processing of emotional information: three conceptual frameworks.},
  author={Cheryl L. Rusting},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={1998},
  volume={124 2},
  pages={165-96}
}
This article reviews evidence for the roles that mood states and personality traits play in the processing of emotion-congruent information across different cognitive tasks. Evidence is reviewed for 3 emotion-congruency frameworks, each summarizing a different route to emotional processing: the traditional approach, a moderation approach, and a mediation approach. Most of the traditional literature includes studies that examine the effects of moods and traits on emotional processing separately… CONTINUE READING
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