• Psychology
  • Published 2011

THE EFFECTS OF VALENCE AND AROUSAL ON ITEM AND SOURCE MEMORY IN CHILDHOOD

@inproceedings{Graham2011THEEO,
  title={THE EFFECTS OF VALENCE AND AROUSAL ON ITEM AND SOURCE MEMORY IN CHILDHOOD},
  author={Meghan E. Graham},
  year={2011}
}
Title of Document: THE EFFECTS OF VALENCE AND AROUSAL ON ITEM AND SOURCE MEMORY IN CHILDHOOD Meghan Graham, Master of Science, 2011 Directed By: Professor Tracy Riggins Department of Psychology Emotion can be characterized in terms of valence and arousal. Both of these dimensions enhance memory in adults by specifically enhancing a form of memory called recollection. Recollection is required for memory of source or encoding context, and shows prolonged development throughout childhood. The… CONTINUE READING

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