Emotion and memory: Event-related potential indices predictive for subsequent successful memory depend on the emotional mood state

Kiefer M, Schuch S, Schenck W, Fiedler K (2007)
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 3(3): 363-373.

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Kiefer M, Schuch S, Schenck W, Fiedler K. Emotion and memory: Event-related potential indices predictive for subsequent successful memory depend on the emotional mood state. Advances in Cognitive Psychology. 2007;3(3):363-373.
Kiefer, M., Schuch, S., Schenck, W., & Fiedler, K. (2007). Emotion and memory: Event-related potential indices predictive for subsequent successful memory depend on the emotional mood state. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 3(3), 363-373.
Kiefer, M., Schuch, S., Schenck, W., and Fiedler, K. (2007). Emotion and memory: Event-related potential indices predictive for subsequent successful memory depend on the emotional mood state. Advances in Cognitive Psychology 3, 363-373.
Kiefer, M., et al., 2007. Emotion and memory: Event-related potential indices predictive for subsequent successful memory depend on the emotional mood state. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 3(3), p 363-373.
M. Kiefer, et al., “Emotion and memory: Event-related potential indices predictive for subsequent successful memory depend on the emotional mood state”, Advances in Cognitive Psychology, vol. 3, 2007, pp. 363-373.
Kiefer, M., Schuch, S., Schenck, W., Fiedler, K.: Emotion and memory: Event-related potential indices predictive for subsequent successful memory depend on the emotional mood state. Advances in Cognitive Psychology. 3, 363-373 (2007).
Kiefer, M., Schuch, S., Schenck, Wolfram, and Fiedler, K. “Emotion and memory: Event-related potential indices predictive for subsequent successful memory depend on the emotional mood state”. Advances in Cognitive Psychology 3.3 (2007): 363-373.
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