Psychoacoustical correlates of musically induced chills

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dc.contributor.author Nagel, Fredrik
dc.contributor.author Kopiez, Reinhard
dc.contributor.author Grewe, Oliver
dc.contributor.author Altenmüller, Eckart
dc.date.accessioned 2009-01-18T14:56:19Z
dc.date.available 2009-01-18T14:56:19Z
dc.date.issued 2008
dc.identifier.citation Nagel, F., Kopiez, R., Grewe, O. & Altenmüller, E. (2008). Psychoacoustical correlates of musically induced chills. Musicae Scientiae 12(1), 101-113.
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/19439
dc.description.abstract      Music listening is often accompanied by the experience of emotions, sometimes even by so-called "strong experiences of music" (SEMs). SEMs can include such pleasurable reactions as shivers down the spine or goose pimples, which are referred to as "chills". In the present study, the role of psychoacoustical features was investigated with respect to the experience of chills. Psychoacoustical parameters of short musical segments (total duration: 20s), characterized as chill- inducing, were analyzed and compared with musical excerpts which did not induce chill responses. A significant increase of loudness in the frequency range between 8 and 18Bark (920-4400Hz) was found in those excerpts for which chills were reported. Frequency-dependent changes of loudness seem to play an important role in the induction of chills.     en
dc.language.iso eng en
dc.subject.other emotion en
dc.subject.other music en
dc.subject.other psychoacoustics en
dc.subject.other chill en
dc.title Psychoacoustical correlates of musically induced chills en
dc.type Article en

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