First, emotions reinforce nonemotional
As they offered ideas, she typed them into a table projected on the front wall, putting the descriptors for men (e.g., nonemotional
, protective, strong, uncaring about appearance, weight lifters, initiators of dates, paying for dates) in one column and descriptors for women (moody, dainty, flowery, modest, wanting kids, wanting marriage) in the other.
Said Elliott Walden, the trainer who won the 1998 Belmont Stakes with Victory Gallop and who runs WinStar Farms in Kentucky, "You call him at four-thirty in the morning; he's at the barn seven days a week." He called Pletcher "very organized, very methodical, nonemotional
on a lot of fronts."
Then employees will shift attention from the negative content of the event and will focus on the nonemotional
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Among the participants who watched the nonemotional
version, there was a trend toward greater production of false memories in participants with SAD in comparison to those without SAD (M = 0.32, SD = 0.12; p = 0.08).
"Specifically, the differences between emotional and nonemotional
states are the kinds of inputs that are processed by a general cortical network of cognition, a network essential for conscious experiences."
Numerous studies have shed light on the interaction and integration between emotion and sensory processing (e.g., emotional stimuli gain more rapidly processing relative to nonemotional
ones) , yet few are known about how perceptual information interacts with processing emotional stimuli.
Attenuation of emotional and nonemotional
memories after their reactivation: role of beta adrenergic receptors.
Suppression of emotional and nonemotional
content in memory effects of repetition on cognitive control.
Emotional Intensity and Categorization Ratings for Emotional and Nonemotional