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Encoding of Positive Information in Depressed and Anxious Persons
Two experiments assessed the extent to which people with symptoms of anxiety and depression differ from others in their selective encoding of positive information. Both experiments used a subliminal two-alternative ...
Overcoming Fixation: The Role for Incubation and Inhibition
Storm and Angello (2010) demonstrated that the inhibitory mechanism underlying retrieval-induced forgetting benefited performance on the Remote Associates Task (RAT; Mednick, 1962) under fixated conditions. They attributed ...
Retrieval-Induced Forgetting of Emotional Autobiographical Memories
Retrieval-induced forgetting is a phenomenon in which the retrieval of an item from memory causes the forgetting of other related or competing items. This forgetting is thought to be the consequence of inhibitory processes ...