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Memory errors on emotional lures: Is it possible to mistake a positive stimulus for a negative one?



Memory errors on emotional lures: Is it possible to mistake a positive stimulus for a negative one?



Cognition & Emotion 20(5): 646-670




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DOI: 10.1080/02699930500280334


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