doi:

DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1041.2017.00733

Acta Psychologica Sinica (心理学报) 2017/49:6 PP.733-744

The modulation of recall task on collaborative inhibition and error pruning: The influence of emotional valence and level of processing


Abstract:
Previous research has identified robust collaborative inhibition and error pruning in collaborative memory:The collaborative group has worse recall performance but higher error pruning compared with the nominal group. However, nearly all the prior studies focus on the item recall task but fail to explore such two phenomena in the context retrieval task. Moreover, it is still unclear how emotion influences these two phenomena. In addition, the level of processing is also of our interest. Therefore, in current study we aimed to explore collaborative inhibition and error pruning in two experiments with different levels of processing by using stimuli with different valences in two recall tasks.

Key words:collaborative inhibition,error pruning,item recall,context retrieval,emotional valence,level of processing

ReleaseDate:2017-08-10 07:39:28



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