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      Roll ‘em!: The effects of picture motion on emotional responses

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      Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media

      Informa UK Limited

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              Incidental memory performance for pictures that varied along the affective dimensions of pleasantness and arousal was assessed. For both an immediate and delayed (1 year later) free-recall task, only the arousal dimension had a stable effect on memory performance: Pictures rated as highly arousing were remembered better than low-arousal stimuli. This effect was corroborated in a speeded recognition test, in which high-arousal materials encoded earlier in the experiment produced faster reaction times than their low-arousal counterparts. Pleasantness affected reaction time decisions only for pictures not encoded earlier. These results suggest that whereas both the dimensions of pleasantness and arousal are processed at initial encoding, long-term memory performance is mainly affected by arousal.
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                Journal
                Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
                Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
                Informa UK Limited
                0883-8151
                1550-6878
                January 1998
                January 1998
                : 42
                : 1
                : 113-127
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                10.1080/08838159809364437
                © 1998

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