Emotions represented and induced by music : the role of individual differences
Published inJyväskylä studies in humanities
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Me, you and the dance : effects of individual differences and social context on music-induced movement Carlson, Emily (Jyväskylän yliopisto, 2018)To dance is usually to dance with someone else. Dance often takes place in social contexts such as a club or party, where individuals’ movements not only reflect their own traits and feelings but can the movements of ...
Agrawal, Yudhik; Carlson, Emily; Toiviainen, Petri; Alluri, Vinoo (Nature Publishing Group, 2022)Movement is a universal response to music, with dance often taking place in social settings. Although previous work has suggested that socially relevant information, such as personality and gender, are encoded in dance ...
Alluri, Vinoo; Mittal, Anant; SC, Azhagammal; Vuoskoski, Jonna K.; Saarikallio, Suvi (SAGE Publications, 2022)Music listening is a great resource for mental well-being, pleasure, and self-regulation, but it may also be maladaptive. Depression, for instance, has been shown to relate to music use that is characterized by rumination, ...
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