Towards a more explicit account of the transformation : Reply to comments on “An integrative review of the enjoyment of sadness associated with music”
Eerola, T., Vuoskoski, J. K., Peltola, H.-R., Putkinen, V., & Schäfer, K. (2018). Towards a more explicit account of the transformation : Reply to comments on “An integrative review of the enjoyment of sadness associated with music”. Physics of Life Reviews, 25, 156-166. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plrev.2018.06.013
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Our integrative framework for explaining the enjoyment of sadness associated with music sparked a delightful number (13) of commentaries which challenge, stimulate, strengthen and shape the ideas we initially put forward. Here we organize our response around five central themes brought up by several commentators. These relate to questions about (a) the nature of sad music, (b) whether music can induce genuine sadness, (c) details of the transformation, (d) music as a technology for emotion regulation, and (e) broader implications and extensions.
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