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The present study evaluated the status of mood congruent memory bias in implicit memory tasks for threat related information. A literature review complemented by three experiments on high and low trait anxiety participants found no implicit memory bias for threat-related information in anxious individuals on either word fragment completion or tachistoscopic word identification tasks. The theoretical implications of these results are discussed.

Original publication

DOI

10.1080/026999399379258

Type

Journal article

Journal

Cogn Emot

Publication Date

01/07/1999

Volume

13

Pages

435 - 456