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Original data for manuscript: Embodied meter revisited: entrainment, musical content and genre in music-induced movement
The file MusicPerception_data contains the data used in the study reported in the paper "Embodied meter revisited: entrainment, musical content and genre in music-induced movement" By Petri Toiviainen & Emily Carlson The file contains the following variables: Pos: 73 x 16 (participant x stimulus) matrix of Mocap Toolbox structures containing the position data Vel: 73 x 16 (participant x stimulus) matrix of Mocap Toolbox structures containing the position data genre: genre numbers of the stimuli used in the experiment genrename: genre labels corresponding to genre numbers bpm: bpm tempo of each stimulus MoCap Toolbox is available at https://www.jyu.fi/hytk/fi/laitokset/mutku/en/research/materials/mocaptoolbox
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Embodied Meter Revisited : Entrainment, Musical Content, and Genre in Music-Induced Movement Toiviainen, Petri; Carlson, Emily (University of California Press, 2022)Previous research has shown that humans tend to embody musical meter at multiple beat levels during spontaneous dance. This work that been based on identifying typical periodic movement patterns, or eigenmovements, and has ...
Two animations related to the manuscript "Embodied meter revisited: entrainment, musical content and genre in music-induced movement" Toiviainen, Petri; Carlson, Emily (2021)This folder contains two animations in mp4 format related to the manuscript "Embodied meter revisited: entrainment, musical content and genre in music-induced movement" submitted to Music Perception.
Hunting for the beat in the body: on period and phase locking in music-induced movement Burger, Birgitta; Thompson, Marc; Luck, Geoff; Saarikallio, Suvi; Toiviainen, Petri (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2014)Music has the capacity to induce movement in humans. Such responses during music listening are usually spontaneous and range from tapping to full-body dancing. However, it is still unclear how humans embody musical ...
Original data for manuscript: Can indirect herbicide exposure modify the response of the colorado potato beetle to an organophosphate insectiside Margus, Aigi; Rainio, Miia; Lindström, Leena (University of Jyväskylä, Open Science Centre. firstname.lastname@example.org, 2019)Organisms live in complex multivariate environments. In agroecosystems, this complexity is often human-induced as pest individuals can be exposed to many xenobiotics simultaneously. Predicting the effects of multiple ...
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