Music-Dependent Memory : The Roles of Tempo Change and Mood Mediation

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  title={Music-Dependent Memory : The Roles of Tempo Change and Mood Mediation},
  author={W R Balch},
  year={2014}
}
Music-dependent memory was obtained in previous literature by changing from 1 musical piece to another. Here, the phenomenon was induced by changing only the tempo of the same musical selection. After being presented with a list of words, along with a piece of background music, listeners recalled more words when the selection was played at the same tempo than when it was played at a different tempo. However, no significant reduction in memory was produced by recall contexts with a changed… CONTINUE READING

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