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Emotional Arousal Impairs Memory Only When the Input Information Competes With Each Other

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Dr. Michiko Sakaki discusses emotional arousal and its effect on memory. Previous research on this subject had mixed results: some thought that emotions would impair memories and others thought it would enhance memories. Sakaki determined that arousal enhanced memories of high priority information and impaired memories of low priority information.

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