Effects of Image Valence and Arousal on Emotional MemoryAssociation for Psychological Science, 20th Annual Convention (2008)
AbstractThis study investigated the effects of image valence on memory encoding. It was hypothesized that negative images would have the highest scores on a recognition test, but this was disconfirmed. A ceiling effect was observed across all conditions, and valence and arousal level were significantly correlated for each group.
- Image valence,
- Emotional memory
Publication DateMay 22, 2008
Citation InformationJ. Lawler, J. Lawrence, Milton E. Becknell and Chi-en Hwang. "Effects of Image Valence and Arousal on Emotional Memory" Association for Psychological Science, 20th Annual Convention (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/milton_becknell/3/