Remembering: Does the emotional content of a photograph affect boundary extension?

@article{Beighley2019RememberingDT,
  title={Remembering: Does the emotional content of a photograph affect boundary extension?},
  author={Steven Beighley and Garret R Sacco and Laura Bauer and A. Meaghan Hayes and Helene Intraub},
  journal={Emotion},
  year={2019},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={
          699-714
        }
}
Observers falsely remember seeing beyond the bounds of a photograph (i.e., boundary extension [BE]). Do observers "zoom in" when viewing negative emotion photographs, resulting in boundary restriction (Safer, Christianson, Autry, & Österlund, 1998)? Studies have yielded inconsistent outcomes, perhaps because emotional valence was compared across photographs of completely different scenes. To control physical scene structure, two contrasting (negative vs. positive) emotional versions of the same… CONTINUE READING
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