Emery, Lisa

ASU

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Episodic Future Thought: Contributions From Working Memory 2012 2068 Increasing evidence from several domains of research indicates that similar neurocognitive mechanisms underlie both the ability to remember the past and the ability to imagine novel future events. An emerging hypothesis accounting for these similari...
The Effects of the Natural Environment on Attention Restoration 2014 2961 Natural environments have previously been found to promote both positive moods and cognitive restoration, and interacting with nature may help support an individual’s cognitive and emotional well-being. The purpose of this study was to determine if a...
Mindfulness and Suppression as Emotion Regulation Strategies 2015 788 This study examines what effect mindfulness has on anxiety and memory levels in comparison to a suppression and control group. Participants underwent natural, suppression, and mindful conditions while being shown a series of positive and negative ima...
Ths Self-Controlled Eyewitness: Memory Changes Through Emotional Suppression 2016 82 The current study aimed to analyze differences in eyewitness memory of crime bystanders who suppress emotions versus express emotions. Twenty subjects were enrolled in a study presented as relating emotional regulation to risk-­-taking, and they pla...
Decreased Cognitive Functioning In Depression: A Result Of Inherent Deficits Or A By-Product Of Emotion Regulation? 2017 48 Past research has found that depression is associated with both increased rumination and decreased memory ability. Some researchers think rumination may increase cognitive load and consequently might impair memory ability directly. The purpose of the...
Leisure Time Preferences Of Student Veterans 2017 37 Since the implementation of the post 9/11 GI Bill, college campuses have seen an increase in the number of student veterans on campus. This student population may have more difficulties than other students in adjusting to campus life, and often have ...