|"Emotion plays a vital role on memory. Within the information-processing framework of cognitive psychology, information is first encoded and then consolidated and stored in long-term memory. Recent studies are focused mainly on how emotion enhances or disrupts memory. Two brain regions were active during successful retrieval of memory: the amygdala and the hippocampus. The same areas also successfully encode emotional memories. Cognitive neuroscientists began to isolate the underlying mechanism beyond emotional effects on memory. However further studies are required to understand the exact inter-relation between memory and emotion.
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