A multicomponential examination of tennis players’ emotional responses to music

@inproceedings{Bishop2007AME,
  title={A multicomponential examination of tennis players’ emotional responses to music},
  author={Daniel Tony Bishop},
  year={2007}
}
The principal aim of this research programme was to examine multiple components of competitive tennis players’ emotional responses to pre-performance music. To this end, four objectives were defined: First, to develop a grounded theory (Glaser & Strauss, 1967) of players’ use of music to manipulate emotional state; second, to examine the impact of altering music tempo and intensity on players’ affective and behavioural responses; third, to identify neural origins for these phenomena; and fourth… CONTINUE READING

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