Memorable meals : The memory-experience gap in day-to-day experiences

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VILLINGER, Karoline, Deborah R. WAHL, Harald T. SCHUPP, Britta RENNER, 2021. Memorable meals : The memory-experience gap in day-to-day experiences. In: PloS ONE. Public Library of Science (PLoS). 16(3), e0249190. eISSN 1932-6203. Available under: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0249190

@article{Villinger2021Memor-53399, title={Memorable meals : The memory-experience gap in day-to-day experiences}, year={2021}, doi={10.1371/journal.pone.0249190}, number={3}, volume={16}, journal={PloS ONE}, author={Villinger, Karoline and Wahl, Deborah R. and Schupp, Harald T. and Renner, Britta}, note={Article Number: e0249190} }

Villinger, Karoline Renner, Britta Villinger, Karoline 2021-04-16T14:12:06Z Research shows that retrospective memory is often more extreme than in-the-moment experiences. While investigations into this phenomenon have mostly focused on distinct, one-time experiences, we examined it with respect to recurring day-to-day experiences in the eating domain, focusing on variables of the snapshot model-i.e., the most intense and the final experience. We used a smartphone-based Ecological Momentary Assessment to assess the food intake and eating happiness of 103 participants (82.52% female, M<sub>age</sub> = 21.97 years) over eight days, and then calculated their best (positive peak), worst (negative peak) and final experiences. Remembered eating happiness was assessed immediately after the study (immediate recall) and after four weeks (delayed recall). A significant memory-experience gap was revealed at immediate recall (d = .53). Remembered eating happiness was predicted by the worst eating experience (β = .41, p < .001), but not by the best or final eating experience. Analyzing changes over time did not show a significant memory-experience gap at delayed recall, but did reveal a similar influence of the worst eating experience (β = .39, p < .001). Findings indicate that, in the domain of eating, retrospective memory is mainly influenced by negative experiences. Overall, the results indicate that the snapshot model is a valid conceptualization to explain recall of both outstanding and day-to-day experiences. 2021-04-16T14:12:06Z Wahl, Deborah R. Wahl, Deborah R. Renner, Britta Attribution 4.0 International eng Schupp, Harald T. Memorable meals : The memory-experience gap in day-to-day experiences Schupp, Harald T. 2021

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