情绪对前瞻记忆的影响及其神经基础
The Effects of Emotion on Prospective Memory and Its Neural Bases

作者: 尹 杰 , 黄希庭 :西南大学心理学部,重庆;

关键词: 前瞻记忆情绪理论模型正性情绪负性情绪Prospective Memory Emotion Theoretical Model Negative Emotion Positive Emotion

摘要:
前瞻记忆是一种主动记起未来要执行某一种行为的能力,受到多种因素的影响。情绪是个体对客观事物是否满足自己的需要而产生的态度的主观体验,它对前瞻记忆具有一定影响。情绪对前瞻记忆影响的理论解释有Ellis和Ashbrook的资源分配理论和Eysenck和Calvo的加工效能理论。负性情绪和正性情绪对前瞻记忆的影响不同。未来应多关注积极情绪对前瞻记忆的影响及其神经生理机制。

Abstract: The prospective memory is the ability of remembering to executive an act in the future on one’s own initiative and is affected by many factors. Emotion is the subjective experience of the individ-ual’s attitude to the objective things whether meet their needs. It has a certain effect on the pros-pective memory. Ellis and Ashbrook’s resource allocation model and Eysenck and Calvo’s processing efficiency theory serve as the theoretical explanations for emotion affecting prospective memory. Positive emotion and negative emotion have different effects on prospective memory. The future study should pay more attention to positive emotion and its neural bases of emotion influencing prospective memory.

文章引用: 尹 杰 , 黄希庭 (2016) 情绪对前瞻记忆的影响及其神经基础。 心理学进展, 6, 464-471. doi: 10.12677/AP.2016.64062

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