2 edition of Mood induction and recognition of mood-relevant words found in the catalog.
Mood induction and recognition of mood-relevant words
Kimberley Anne Marshall
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Karolina M. Lempert, Elizabeth A. Phelps, in Neuroeconomics (Second Edition), Affective Priming. While the mood induction approach reliably evokes changes in self-reported subjective feelings, affective states can also be manipulated without explicit awareness, through affective priming.
In priming procedures, participants are subliminally presented with emotion-laden stimuli, such as. As evidenced by a main effect of mood induction group, but no significant age by induction group interaction, older and younger groups induced to feel sad prior to learning a word list demonstrated subsequent mood-congruent recall at a delay, recalling a higher proportion of negatively valenced words relative to age-matched peers in the neutral Author: Mood induction and recognition of mood-relevant words book G.
Knight, Sarah Rastegar, Seungyoun Kim. Mood is widely assessed in nutrition research, usually with rating scales. A core assumption is that positive mood reinforces ingestion, so it is important to measure mood well.
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Mood induction and the priming of semantic memory in a lexical decision task: Asymmetric effects of elation and depression. The effect of mood on word recognition The effect of mood on word recognition.
Failure to replicate mood-dependent retrieval Failure to replicate mood-dependent retrieval. Role of mood and connotation in the spacing effect. The idea that mood-related distracters create an association between the suppression target and the relevant mood was tested in a pair of studies by Wenzlaff et al ().
The investigators found that reinstating the original mood (using a mood manipulation) that existed during suppression facilitated the return of the suppressed thought.
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Social. Health. Iln. Dupre, K. et al. The effects of supportive management and job quality on the turnover intentions and health of military personnel. Thought Suppression Thought Suppression Wenzlaff, Richard M.; Wegner, Daniel M. There is a certain predictability to unwanted thoughts, a grim precision in the way our mental clockwork returns such thoughts to mind each time we try to suppress them.
As a result, it is tempting to attribute special signiï¬ cance or power to suppressed thoughts, to see them as. Others are of unknown etiology but may well be related to genetic factors. The incidence of both thought and mood disorders is higher in relatives of people with these diseases than in the general population.
Neurotransmitters that have most consistently been linked to mental activity are norepinephrine, dopamine, serotonin, GABA, glutamate. Una nuova psicopatologia per la clinica e le neuroscienze. Context Effects of Alcohol Availability at Home: Implicit Alcohol Associations and the Prediction of Adolescents' Drinking Behavior.
PubMed. Peeters, Margot; Koning, Ina; Monshouw. For example, Eich and Metcalfe () employed a musical mood-induction procedure, and asked subjects to study a list of words; later, they went through the musical mood-induction procedure again, and attempted to remember the items they had studied previously.
In other words, we expected greater category inclusiveness among activating moods than among deactivating moods when tone is positive rather than negative.
We included a mood-neutral control condition in which participants did not do the self-generated imagery. Expected Reachability-Time Games. NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Forejt, Vojtěch; Kwiatkowska, Marta; Norman, Gethin; Trivedi, Ashutosh.
In an expected reachability-time gam. Specifically, in a word stem completion task of previously presented emotional or neutral words, C.P. remembered the neutral words better than the emotional words, while B.P. showed roughly equivalent performance for neutral and emotional stimuli, as compared to control subjects who tend to remember the emotional stimuli better.
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For example, in a mood induction study in which responses to induced depressive mood were experimentally manipulated, remediation of depressive aﬀect was smallest in the ruminative-passive group. Also, degree of rumination had a greater impact on the remediation of depressive mood than did level of activity (Morrow & Nolen-Hoeksema, ).
The synthetic expressions for the 6 basic emotion words (happy, surprise, sad, scared, angry, and disgusting) and some other candidate emotion words with corresponding PAD value are shown in Figure 8.
14 subjects are then invited in the evaluation to finish the item PAD questionnaire as shown in Table 5 for each synthetic facial expression. Consider, for example, mood. People remember information better when it matches their current mood, or when they learned it in a mood similar to their current one (Clore, Schwartz, & Conway, ).
In other words, people's minds select some memories, but ignore others, based on their current emotional state. Remediating the face emotion recognition deficit could (1) reduce depressed mood in people with BD, (2) improve social functioning, and (3) increase treatment engagement.E.
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