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Dissociable brain mechanisms for long-term memory of disgust- and fear- related associations
Many associative memory traces are charged with emotion that can either impair or enhance subsequent retrieval. Various factors may influence such emotion effects, including the nature of associations and type of emotions. We show that long-term recognition memory of very close verbal associations was enhanced for emotionally charged material, and these effects differed between two negative emotion categories matched for arousal level. Specifically, memory was better for word pairs related todoi:10.1101/825844 fatcat:63qzcfyw5zb4vmczpejulei3pe