Emotion Publications

Emotional brain states carry over and enhance future memory formation

Tambini, A., Rimmele, U., Phelps, E.A., Davachi, L. (2016). Nature Neuroscience, 1-8.

Persistence of Amygdala-Hippocampal Connectivity and Multi-Voxel Correlation Structures During Awake Rest After Fear Learning Predicts Long-Term Expression of Fear

Hermans, E.J., Kanen, J.W., Tambini, A., Fernandez, G., Davachi, L., Phelps, E.A. (2016). Cerebral Cortex, 1-14.

Getting Over It: Long-Lasting Effects of Emotion Regulation on Amygdala Response

Denny, B.T., Inhoff, M.C., Zerubavel, N., Davachi, L. & Ochsner, K.N. (2015). Psychological Science, 1-12.

Emotional learning selectively and retroactively strengthens memories for related events

Dunsmoor, JE, Murty, VP, Davachi, L., & Phelps, EA (2015). Nature, 520, 345–348

This paper has been selected for F1000Prime. It was recommended as being of special significance in its field by Faculty Member Michael Chee.  You can read Dr. Chee’s recommendation here.

Memory for time and place contributes to enhanced confidence in memories for emotional events.

Rimmele U., Davachi L., & Phelps E.A. (2012). Emotion, 12(4), 834.

Emotion enhances the subjective feeling of remembering, despite lower accuracy for contextual detail.

Rimmele U., Davachi L., Petrov R., Dougal S., Phelps E.A. (2011) Emotion, 11(3) 553.

The role of medial temporal lobe in item recognition and source recollection of emotional stimuli.

Dougal, S., Phelps, E., & Davachi, L. (2007). Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 7(3); 233-42.

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