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Context-Dependent Memory and Chewing Gum
Context-dependent memory refers to improved recall of specific episodes or information when the context present at encoding and retrieval are the same. The effects that chewing gum has on memory during the encoding phase ...
Attachment Styles and Perceptions of Alcohol Consumption
The investigators sought to explore the correlation between attachment style and alcohol consumption that has been highlighted by previous researchers (McNally, Palfai, Levine, & Moore, 2003; De Rick, Vanheule, & Verhaeghe, ...
Perceptions of Gender on Moral Intensity
Despite the fight for gender equality, differences in reactions to certain behaviors and decisions based on gender prevail (Lee & James, 2007). Research shows that preference for a male employer continues to exceed ...
Assessment of a Pilot Memory Tool
Research indicates that individuals are poor with memory recall, especially after time passage (Potter, Staub, Rado, & O'Connor, 2002). The current research piloted a vignette to establish reliability for the memory ...