Does Perceived Exertion Influence Perceived Affect in Response to Music ? Investigating the “ FEELA ” Hypothesis

@inproceedings{Olsen2016DoesPE,
  title={Does Perceived Exertion Influence Perceived Affect in Response to Music ? Investigating the “ FEELA ” Hypothesis},
  author={Kirk N. Olsen and Roger T. Dean},
  year={2016}
}
Time-series modeling of perceived affect in response to a range of instrumental and sound-based music has shown that continuously perceived arousal, and to a lesser extent, perceived valence, are well modeled when predictors include listener engagement, perceptual loudness, and acoustic factors such as intensity and spectral flatness. A “FEELA” hypothesis has been proposed to explain processes underlying production and perception of affect in music: FEELA suggests a chain of contributing… CONTINUE READING

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