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Expressive performance and listeners' decoding of performed emotions : A multi-lab replication and extension

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Schapiro, Renee ; Akkermans, Jessica ; Busch, Veronika ; Lothwesen, Kai ; Fischinger, Timo ; Frieler, Klaus ; Schlemmer, Kathrin ; Shanahan, Daniel ; Jakubowski, Kelly ; Müllensiefen, Daniel:
Expressive performance and listeners' decoding of performed emotions : A multi-lab replication and extension.
In: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, July 5-9, 2016, San Francisco, California. - San Francisco, CA, USA : Causal Productions, 2016. - S. 286
ISBN 1 876346 65 5

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Until recently, there has been a lack of replication studies conducted in the field of music psychology. A highly-cited paper in the field by Juslin and Gabrielsson (1996) reported that performer’s intended emotional expressions were decoded by listeners with a high degree of accuracy. While there have been related studies published on this topic, there has yet to be a direct replication of this paper. The present experiment joins the recent replication effort by producing a multi-lab replication using the original methodology of Juslin and Gabrielsson. Expressive performances of various emotions (e.g., happy, sad, angry, etc.) by professional musicians were recorded using the same melodies from the original study and are subsequently being presented to participants for emotional decoding (i.e., participants will rate the emotional quality of each excerpt using a 0-10 scale). The same instruments from the original study have been used (i.e., violin, voice, and flute), with the addition of piano. Furthermore, this experiment investigates potential factors (e.g., musicality, emotional intelligence, emotional contagion) that might explain individual differences in the decoding process. Finally, acoustic features in the recordings will be analyzed post-hoc to assess which musical features contribute to the effective communication of emotions.
Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
4University of Music "Franz Liszt" Weimar, Germany
5Musicology Department, Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany
6Music Theory, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U
The results of the acoustic and individual differences
analyses will contribute to a more comprehensive understanding of when music can be an
effective vehicle for emotional expression.

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Institutionen der Universität:Philosophisch-Pädagogische Fakultät > Musikwissenschaft > Professur für Musikwissenschaft
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