Sad music depresses sad adolescents: A listener’s profile

@article{TerBogt2019SadMD,
  title={Sad music depresses sad adolescents: A listener’s profile},
  author={Tom Ter Bogt and Natale Canale and Michela Lenzi and Alessio Vieno and Regina van den Eijnden},
  journal={Psychology of Music},
  year={2019},
  volume={49},
  pages={257 - 272}
}
This research explored both social context and personal characteristics in relation to being saddened by sad music when in a sad mood. Overall, 1686 respondents (aged 12–16 years; 44% female; 68% vocational training) answered questions about their background, social context (family climate, bullying issues), personal characteristics (depressive mood, self-esteem, social comparison style), and the degree to which they were saddened by listening to sad music. About 17% of the participants… 

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