Visuospatial Working Memory Capacity Predicts Physiological Arousal in a Narrative Task.

@article{Smithson2016VisuospatialWM,
  title={Visuospatial Working Memory Capacity Predicts Physiological Arousal in a Narrative Task.},
  author={Lisa Smithson and Elena Nicoladis},
  journal={Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback},
  year={2016},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={
          203-14
        }
}
Physiological arousal that occurs during narrative production is thought to reflect emotional processing and cognitive effort (Bar-Haim et al. in Dev Psychobiol 44:238-249, 2004). The purpose of this study was to determine whether individual differences in visuospatial working memory and/or verbal working memory capacity predict physiological arousal in a… CONTINUE READING