Mihaylova Mariela, Vuilleumier Patrik, Rimmele Ulrike (2019), Better memory for intrinsic versus extrinsic details underlies the enhanced recollective experience of negative events, in Learning & Memory
, 26(11), 455-459.
Antypa Despina, Rodrigues Cabrita David, Vuilleumier Patrik, Rimmele Ulrike (2019), Cortisol suppression after memory reactivation impairs later memory performance, in Psychoneuroendocrinology
, 106, 226-232.
Antypa Despina, Vuilleumier Patrik, Rimmele Ulrike (2018), Suppressing cortisol at encoding reduces the emotional enhancement in subjective sense of recollection, in Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
, 155, 86-91.
Antypa Despina, Vuilleumier Patrik, Rimmele Ulrike (2018), Suppressing but not intensifying emotion decreases arousal and subjective sense of recollection., in Emotion
Tambini Arielle, Rimmele Ulrike, Phelps Elizabeth A, Davachi Lila (2017), Emotional brain states carry over and enhance future memory formation., in Nature Neuroscience
, 20(2), 271-278.
Rimmele Ulrike, Lackovic Sandra F, Tobe Russell H, Leventhal Bennett L, Phelps Elizabeth A (2016), Beta-adrenergic Blockade at Memory Encoding, but Not Retrieval, Decreases the Subjective Sense of Recollection., in Journal of cognitive neuroscience
, 28(6), 895-907.
Emotion influences various stages of memory, i.e. encoding, consolidation, retrieval, and reconsolidation. In particular, stress hormones released upon an emotionally arousing experience contribute to emotion’s effects on all stages of memory formation. The major aim of my Ambizione is to characterize the behavioral and neurobiological processes that underlie the effects of emotion and stress on different stages of memory.