Varying background colours reveals that enhanced short-term memory for angry faces is a valence and not an arousal effect

Sandra J E Langeslag, Margaret C Jackson, Jan W Van Strien, David E J Linden

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWorking Memory
Subtitle of host publicationCapacity, Developments and Improvement Techniques
EditorsEden S. Levin
PublisherNova Science Publishers
Pages301-312
Number of pages12
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-61122-252-4
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Langeslag, S. J. E., Jackson, M. C., Van Strien, J. W., & Linden, D. E. J. (2011). Varying background colours reveals that enhanced short-term memory for angry faces is a valence and not an arousal effect. In E. S. Levin (Ed.), Working Memory : Capacity, Developments and Improvement Techniques (pp. 301-312). Nova Science Publishers .

Varying background colours reveals that enhanced short-term memory for angry faces is a valence and not an arousal effect. / Langeslag, Sandra J E; Jackson, Margaret C; Van Strien, Jan W; Linden, David E J.

Working Memory : Capacity, Developments and Improvement Techniques. ed. / Eden S. Levin. Nova Science Publishers , 2011. p. 301-312.

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Langeslag, SJE, Jackson, MC, Van Strien, JW & Linden, DEJ 2011, Varying background colours reveals that enhanced short-term memory for angry faces is a valence and not an arousal effect. in ES Levin (ed.), Working Memory : Capacity, Developments and Improvement Techniques. Nova Science Publishers , pp. 301-312.
Langeslag SJE, Jackson MC, Van Strien JW, Linden DEJ. Varying background colours reveals that enhanced short-term memory for angry faces is a valence and not an arousal effect. In Levin ES, editor, Working Memory : Capacity, Developments and Improvement Techniques. Nova Science Publishers . 2011. p. 301-312
Langeslag, Sandra J E ; Jackson, Margaret C ; Van Strien, Jan W ; Linden, David E J. / Varying background colours reveals that enhanced short-term memory for angry faces is a valence and not an arousal effect. Working Memory : Capacity, Developments and Improvement Techniques. editor / Eden S. Levin. Nova Science Publishers , 2011. pp. 301-312
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