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Modelling Moral Traits with Music Listening Preferences and Demographics

  title={Modelling Moral Traits with Music Listening Preferences and Demographics},
  author={Vjosa Preniqi and Kyriaki Kalimeri and Charalampos Saitis},
Music is an essential component in our everyday lives and experiences, as it is a way that we use to express our feelings, emotions and cultures. In this study, we explore the association between music genre preferences, demographics and moral values by exploring self-reported data from an online survey administered in Canada. Participants filled in the moral foundations questionnaire, while they also provided their basic demographic information, and music preferences. Here, we predict the… 

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