Recognition memory for valenced and arousing materials under conditions of divided attention.

@article{ClarkFoos2008RecognitionMF,
  title={Recognition memory for valenced and arousing materials under conditions of divided attention.},
  author={Arlo Clark-Foos and Richard L. Marsh},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2008},
  volume={16 5},
  pages={530-7}
}
Two experiments are reported that examined the effect of both valence and arousal on recognition memory performance. Each experiment used two classes of negative items that differed in arousal, as well as a neutral and non-arousing set of items. In Experiment 1 a difficult divided attention task was crossed with the learning and test phases of the experiment. In Experiment 2 encoding time was manipulated and remember-know judgements were collected. The emotional enhancement effect often found… CONTINUE READING

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