Recall of Interrupted and Non-interrupted Tasks as a Function of Experimentally Induced Anxiety and Motivational Relevance of the Task Stimuli1

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    The major portion of this paper was read before the APA (Division 7) in September, 1956 This study was completed while the author was a member of the staff at Iowa Child Welfare Research Station, State University of Iowa Special apprereciation is extended to Mr Sheldon White who was responsible for the collection of these data as well as many valuable suggestions throughout all phases of the study.

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