Identity priming and free recall in student-athletes Public Deposited

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  • Previous research has documented that identity priming influences academic performances. Other research has found that emotional priming enhances memory for emotional words. The experiment reported here examined the memory of members of a girls high school tennis team who were primed with student or athlete identities and positive or negative emotions within each identity. The effects of identity and emotional priming were measured in the number of words recalled from each of four categories (positive student, negative student, positive athlete, negative athlete). Consistent with the hypothesis, an interaction between the identity prime and corresponding identity words remembered was narrowly found. Though results were not statistically significant, they provided implications for additional research into the role of emotional and identity priming on memory.
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