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Objectives: Young adults report disproportionality greater mental health problems compared with the rest of the population with numerous barriers preventing them from seeking help. Peer support, defined as a form of social-emotional support offered by an individual with a shared lived experience, has been reported as being effective in improving a...
Emotional disorders, including depression, are associated with deficits in retrieving past and imagining future autobiographical events. Imagining future events requires accessing different types of information, from general conceptual knowledge to specific event details. Here, we tested the hypothesis that depression levels within a community samp...
Older adults display impairments in accessing episodic, but not semantic details, when specifically requested to construct autobiographical events. How aging affects access to autobiographical information under conditions of low retrieval constraint remains unclear. We examined the production of episodic and “non-episodic” details in young (n = 25)...
If remembering the past requires a cue to stimulate mental reactivation of an experience (i.e., a memory), then the nature of the retrieval cue should bias how that experience is recalled. Based on the established link between emotion and memory, we tested how two emotional properties of a cue - valence (positive and negative) and arousal (high and...