Remembering past emotions: The role of current appraisals

@article{Levine2001RememberingPE,
  title={Remembering past emotions: The role of current appraisals},
  author={L. Levine and V. Prohaska and Stewart L. Burgess and J. A. Rice and T. Laulhere},
  journal={Cognition and Emotion},
  year={2001},
  volume={15},
  pages={393 - 417}
}
This research assessed the stability of memory for emotions over time, and the relationship between current appraisals and memory for emotions. A week after the televised announcement of the verdict in the criminal trial of Mr Orenthal James (O.J.) Simpson, participants were asked to describe their emotional reactions and their appraisals when they first learned of the verdict. After a delay of two months, and again after more than a year, participants recalled their initial emotional reactions… Expand
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