CANLAB@BC
Where memory and emotion meet

2019-present

Publications List

Kark and Kensinger (2019) found that negative memory bias may be more likely when connections between amygdala and sensory regions are strong

Kark and Kensinger (2019) found that negative memory bias may be more likely when connections between amygdala and sensory regions are strong

2019

Kark, S., & Kensinger EA (2019). Post-encoding Amygdala-Visuosensory Coupling Is Associated with Negative Memory Bias in Healthy Young Adults. Journal of Neuroscience, 39(16), 3130-3143. link

Madan C, Scott S, & Kensinger EA (2019). Positive emotion enhances association-memory. Emotion, 19(4), 733-740 preprint

Cooper RA, Kensinger EA, Ritchey M (2019). Memories fade: The relationship between memory vividness and remembered visual salience. Psychological Science, 30(5), 657–668. link

2019 (cont)

Associative memory between two positive stimuli is better than for pairs including neutral stimuli (Madan & Kensinger, 2019)

2019 (cont)