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Modeling Perceived Emotion With Continuous Musical Features
The relationship between musical features and perceived emotion was investigated by using continuous response methodology and time-series analysis. Sixty-seven participants responded to four pieces
Individual Differences in the Enjoyment of Negative Emotion in Music: A Literature Review and Experiment
Why do People Seek out Music that Makes Them cry? This paradox is a complex one that appears to have no single answer. Rather, numerous factors appear to be interacting in the diverse responses of
Expressiveness in music performance : empirical approaches across styles and cultures
PART 1: RECEPTION AND AESTHETICS OF WESTERN CLASSICAL MUSIC PERFORMANCE PART 2: EXPRESSIVENESS ACROSS STYLES PART 3: MODELS AND QUANTIFICATIONS OF EXPRESSIVE PERFORMANCE OF WESTERN-CLASSICAL M PART
Measuring emotion continuously: Validity and reliability of the two-dimensional emotion-space
Abstract The validity and reliability of the two-dimensional emotion-space (2DES) was examined in three experiments. This computer-controlled instrument measures direct, self-reported emotion
The influence of emotion, locus of emotion and familiarity upon preference in music
This study reports an empirical investigation of the influence of felt (internal locus — IL) emotion versus expressed (external locus — EL) emotion upon preference in music. Sixty-fve participants
Adaptive and maladaptive attraction to negative emotions in music
Individual differences were investigated in an attempt to explain why some people are attracted to negative emotion (grief, sadness) in music. A 10-item Like Sad Music Scale (LSMS) was developed
Emotion felt by the listener and expressed by the music: literature review and theoretical perspectives
TLDR
Two broad categories, namely matched and unmatched, are proposed as being sufficient to capture the relationships between EL and IL, instead of four categories as suggested by Gabrielsson.
'Psysound3': Software for Acoustical and Psychoacoustical Analysis of Sound Recordings
TLDR
This software provides an accessible platform for the analysis of sound recordings using procedures applied in acoustics and psychoacoustics, and illustrates some of the analysis possibilities by using auditory alarms as examples.
What Works and What Doesn’t Work? A Systematic Review of Digital Mental Health Interventions for Depression and Anxiety in Young People
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Qualitative analysis revealed that users liked interventions with a game-like feel and relatable, interactive content and educational materials were perceived as boring, and users were put off by non-appealing interfaces and technical glitches.
Relationships between expressed and felt emotions in music
Abstract This study examines empirically the possible relationships between the emotional quality one can attribute to musical stimuli (expressed emotion, or external locus of emotion) and the
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