Affect and Memory: A Reformulation presents the hypothetical concepts involved in understanding the affect-memory relationship from a new perspective. The text first covers the relevance of affect in memory, and then proceeds to discussing the stages in memory process, along with the limitation of previous research on the subject. In the second chapter, the book details the problem in the affect-memory relationship. The third chapter presents the main characteristics of ""the intensity of perceived affect hypothesis."" The next two chapters detail empirical studies that provide evidence of the role of intensity of perceived affect in selective memory. The last chapter of the text talks about the integrative framework that explains the diverse findings stemming from contemporary work, and provides a guide to upcoming experimental research in the area of affect and selective memory. The book will be of great interest to researchers and practitioners of psychology, psychiatry, and neurology.
Preface Chapter 1. Introduction The Importance of Affect in Memory Stages in Memory Process and Limitations of Early Research General Plan of the Book Chapter 2. Historical Retrospect Origin and Perspective of the Inquiry Methodological Considerations A. The Method of Free Recall B. The Method of Affective Pairing C. The Method of Retention of Affectively Toned Items Theoretical Considerations A. The Hedonistic Position B. The "Tension System" Position C. The Personality Type or Differential Position D. The Contextual Position E. Retroactive Inhibition Position Chapter 3. The Intensity Hypothesis The Main Characteristics of the Hypothesis Chapter 4. Intensity of Perceived Affect and Selective Learning and Retention Intensity of Perceived Affect and Frame of Reference Explanation Experiment I Experiment II Intensity of Perceived Affect under Task-and Ego-orientation Experiment III Perceived Intensity of Affect and Personality Types Experiment IV Chapter 5. Intensity of Perceived Affect and Retrieval Experiment V Experiment VI Experiment VII Chapter 6. Toward an Integrative Model A Conceptual Framework Concluding Remarks and Implications References Index
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- © Pergamon 1975
- 1st January 1975
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