The present study investigated the effect of mood on self-paced study time. Twenty-eight university students voluntarily participated in the experiment. Half of them listened to positive music and the other half listened to negative music for nine minutes. After self-assessment of mood, they made self-paced study for word-pairs. The results showed that negative and positive mood have not significant effect on self-paced study time.
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