Relationships Between Everyday Music Listening Habits and Involuntary Musical Imagery: Does Music Listening Condition Musical Imagery?

@article{Filippidi2017RelationshipsBE,
  title={Relationships Between Everyday Music Listening Habits and Involuntary Musical Imagery: Does Music Listening Condition Musical Imagery?},
  author={Ioanna Filippidi and Renee Timmers},
  journal={Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain},
  year={2017},
  volume={27},
  pages={312–326}
}
Using an online survey and a week-long diary study, the relationship between music listening behaviors in everyday life and the occurrence of involuntary musical imagery (INMI) is investigated. It is expected that musical imagery may occur as a consequence of everyday conditioning through music listening, with everyday listening shaping INMI experiences. The results confirm a close relationship between listening behavior and experiences of INMI, providing tentative support for this prediction… 

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