Trait Empathy associated with Agreeableness and rhythmic entrainment in a spontaneous movement to music task: Preliminary exploratory investigations

@article{Bamford2019TraitEA,
  title={Trait Empathy associated with Agreeableness and rhythmic entrainment in a spontaneous movement to music task: Preliminary exploratory investigations},
  author={Joshua Bamford and J. Davidson},
  journal={Musicae Scientiae},
  year={2019},
  volume={23},
  pages={24 - 5}
}
  • Joshua Bamford, J. Davidson
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
  • Musicae Scientiae
  • The simulation theory of empathy suggests that we use motor processing to empathise, through modelling the actions of others. Similarly, research into embodied music cognition posits that music, particularly musical rhythm, is perceived as a motor stimulus. In both cases, the human Mirror Neuron System (MNS) is put forward as a potential underlying mechanism. If this is the case, some overlap may exist between the ability to empathise with others, and the ability to perceive rhythm in music… CONTINUE READING
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