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Abstract #2371

Effect of emotional enhancement of memory on recollection process in young adults: The influence factors and neural mechanisms

Xiaoshu Li1, Haibao Wang1, Xiaohu Li1, Jiajia Zhu1, Yong Zhang2, and Yongqiang Yu1

1Department of Radiology, The First Affiliated Hospital of Anhui Medical University, Hefei, China, 2GE Healthcare China, Shanghai, China

This research explored how the inherent stimulus properties and amount of devoted attention influenced the emotional enhancement of memory (EEM) effect on recollection and evaluated the correlations between emotional memory/EEM and the spontaneous brain activity of hippocampus, perirhinal, and entorhinal cortex, and the correlations between emotional memory/EEM and the topological properties of three stipulated emotional memory processing networks in 59 young adults using resting-state fMRI. The EEM was elicited by incidental encoding, negative images, and positive high-arousal images. The hippocampus, perirhinal, and entorhinal cortex play distinct roles in the recollection and familiarity processes of emotional memory and the EEM effect.

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