is a theory which suggests the rate at which a memory can be retrieved is dependent on the mood the individual is currently in.

MOOD-DEPENDENT MEMORY: "The mood-dependent memory concept suggests that the feasibility of retrieving a memory is dependent on the mood of the individual."
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