Age differences in emotion-induced blindness: Positivity effects in early attention. Emotion. In press.

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Compared with younger adults, older adults tend to favor positive information more than negative information in their attention and memory. This “positivity effect” has been observed in various paradigms, but at which stage it impacts cognitive processing and how it influences processing other stimuli appearing around the same time remains unclear. Across four experiments, we examined how older ad...


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