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Remembering can cause forgetting - but not in negative moods

Bäuml, Karl-Heinz ; Kuhbandner, Christof


Repeated retrieval of a subset of previously observed events can cause forgetting of the nonretrieved events. We examined how affective states experienced during retrieval modulate such retrieval-induced forgetting by inducing positive, negative, and neutral moods in subjects immediately before they attempted to retrieve studied items. On the basis of recent work, we hypothesized that positive ...


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