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The impact of mood on category-consistent/inconsistent information processing : The effect of time lapse on the recall rate

  • NODA Masayo
    School of Psychology, Kibi International University

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  • 気分がカテゴリ一致情報、不一致情報処理に及ぼす影響 : 実験直後と遅延後の記憶再生を用いた検討
  • キブン ガ カテゴリ イッチ ジョウホウ フイッチ ジョウホウ ショリ ニ オヨボス エイキョウ ジッケン チョクゴ ト チエン ゴ ノ キオク サイセイ オ モチイタ ケントウ

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This study investigates the impact of mood on category-consistent/inconsistent information processing by comparison of data collected immediately after an experiment and a time lapse. In two experiments, no impact of mood was observed in recall rate immediately after the experiment among participants induced into a positive mood, regardless of the consistency of category information. However, a greater recall rate was observed for category-consistent information in the time lapse condition. On the other hand, no substantial impact of mood was found, regardless of time lapse, in the negative mood. The results showed the significant impact of mood on category-information coding styles, depending on the strength of the unit connections of the category-consistent/inconsistent information.


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