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It is well established that mood influences many cognitive processes, such as learning and executive functions. Although statistical learning is assumed to be part of our daily life, as mood does, the influence of mood on statistical learning has never been investigated before. In the present study, a sad vs. neutral mood was induced to the participants through the listening of stories while they were exposed to a stream of visual shapes made up of the repeated presentation of four triplets,doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0059832 pmid:23555797 pmcid:PMC3608531 fatcat:4ivnzh4wlncwtfnhllhny46kyi