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Full title Author Analytic aims Publication year
Frances1956electropolygraphiques Recherches électro-polygraphiques sur la perception de la musique. L’année psychologique R. Francés Comparison between participant groups
Descriptive/exploratory
19561,956
Nielsen1987musical Musical ‘Tension’ and Related Concepts F. Nielsen Comparison between participant groups
Comparison between experimental conditions
Descriptive/exploratory
19871,987
Madsen1990differential Differential patterns of music listening: Focus of attention of musicians versus nonmusicians C. Madsen
J. Geringer
Comparison between stimuli
Comparison between participant groups
Descriptive/exploratory
19901,990
Namba1991assessment Assessment of musical performance by using the method of continuous judgment by selected description S. Namba
S. Kuwano
T. Hatoh
M. Kato
Comparison between stimuli
Comparison between experimental conditions
19911,991
Capperella-Sheldon1992selfperception Self-perception of aesthetic experience among musicians and non-musicians in response to wind band music D. A. Capperella-Sheldon Comparison between participant groups
Descriptive/exploratory
19921,992
Vailt1993play Prompts-Leitmotif-Emotion: Play It Again, Richard Wagner D. Vaitl
W. Vehrs
S. Sternagel
Comparison between stimuli
Descriptive/exploratory
19931,993
Madsen1993experience The experience of musical tension: A replication of nielsen’s research using the continuous response digital interface C. Madsen
W. Fredrickson.
Comparison between participant groups
Comparison between experimental conditions
19931,993
Madsen1993empirical An empirical method for measuring the aesthetic experience to music C. Madsen
R. Brittin
D. Capperella-Sheldon.
Comparison between stimuli
Descriptive/exploratory
19931,993
Fredrickson1995comparison A comparison of perceived musical tension and aesthetic response W. Fredrickson Comparison between participant groups
Comparison between experimental conditions
19951,995
Gregory1995continuous The Continuous Response Digital Interface: an analysis of reliability measures D. Gregory 19951,995
Brittin1995comparing Comparing continuous versus static measurements in music listeners’ preferences R. Brittin Comparison between participant groups
Comparison between experimental conditions
19951,995
Krumhansl1996perceptual A perceptual analysis of mozart’s piano sonata k. 282: Segmentation, tension, and musical ideas C. Krumhansl Comparison between stimuli
Comparison between experimental conditions
Descriptive/exploratory
19961,996
Madsen1997emotional Emotional response to music C. Madsen 19971,997
Krumhansl1997exploratory An exploratory study of musical emotions and psychophysiology C. Krumhansl Comparison between stimuli 19971,997
Madsen1997focus Focus of attention to musical elements in Haydn’s Symphony No. 104 C. Madsen
J. Geringer
W. Fredrickson
Comparison between stimuli
Comparison between experimental conditions
19971,997
Madsen1997attention Focus of attention and aesthetic response C. Madsen Comparison between stimuli
Comparison between experimental conditions
19971,997
Lychner1998empirical An empirical study concerning terminology relating to aesthetic response to music. J. Lychner Comparison between participant groups
Comparison between experimental conditions
19981,998
Krumhansl1998topic Topic in music: An empirical study of memorability, openness, and emotion in Mozart’s string quintet in C major and Beethoven’s string quartet in A minor C. Krumhansl Comparison between experimental conditions 19981,998
Madsen1998emotion Emotion versus tension in Haydn’s symphony no. 104 as measured by the two-dimensional continuous response digital interface C. Madsen Comparison between experimental conditions
Other
19981,998
Schubert1999measuring Measuring emotion continuously: Validity and reliability of the two-dimensional emotion-space E. Schubert 19991,999
Frego1999aural Effects of aural and visual conditions on response to perceived artistic tension in music and dance D. Frego 19991,999
Iwanaga1999subjective Subjective and physiological responses to music stimuli controlled over activity and preference M. Iwanaga
Y. Moroki
Comparison between stimuli
Comparison between participant groups
19991,999
Schubert1999measurement Measurement and time series analysis of emotion in music E. Schubert Comparison between stimuli
Descriptive/exploratory
19991,999
Fredrickson1999musical Effect of Musical Performance on Perception of Tension in Gustav Hoist’s First Suite in E-flat W. Fredrickson Comparison between stimuli
Comparison between participant groups
19991,999
Fredrickson2000perception Perception of tension in music: Musicians versus nonmusicians W. Fredrickson 20002,000
Sloboda2001performance Tracking performance correlates of changes in perceived intensity of emotion during different interpretations of a Chopin piano prelude J. Sloboda
A. Lehmann
20012,001
Schubert2001continuous Continuous Measurement of Self-Report Emotional Response to Music E. Schubert 20012,001
Duke2001summarizing Summarizing listener perceptions over time R. Duke
E. Colprit
20012,001
Schubert2002correlation Correlation analysis of continuous emotional response: Correcting for the effects of serial correlation E. Schubert 20022,002
Khalfa2002eventrelated Event-related skin conductance responses to musical emotions in humans S. Khalfa
P. Isabelle
B. Jean-Pierre
R. Manon
20022,002
Davis2003aesthetic Aesthetic Response to Choral Music: Response Comparisons of Performer-Participants and Non-Performer Respondents A. Davis Comparison between stimuli
Comparison between participant groups
20032,003
Fredrickson2003comparison A comparison of music majors’ and nonmajors’ perceptions of tension for two selections of jazz music W. Fredrickson
J. Coggiola
20032,003
Geringer2003tempo Gradual tempo change and aesthetic responses of music majors J. Geringer
C. Madsen
20032,003
Rickard2004intense Intense emotional responses to music: A test of the physiological arousal hypothesis N. Rickard 20042,004
Schubert2004interrupted Introduction to Interrupted Time Series Analysis of Emotion in Music: The case of arousal, valence and points of rest E. Schubert
W. Dunsmuir
20042,004
Korhonen2004modeling Modeling continuous emotional appraisals of music using system identification M. Korhonen 20042,004
Schubert2004modeling Modeling perceived emotion with continuous musical features E. Schubert 20042,004
McAdams2004largescale Influences of large-scale form on continuous ratings in response to a contemporary piece in a live concert setting S. McAdams
B. Vines
S. Vieillard
B. Smith
R. Reynolds
20042,004
Schubert2004expressing Research in expressing continuous emotional response to music as a function of its psychoacoustic parameters: Current and future directions E. Schubert 20042,004
Vines2004performance Performance gestures of musicians: What structural and emotional information do they convey? B. Vines
M. Wanderley
C. Krumhansl
R. Nuzzo
D. Levitin
20042,004
Grewe2005chills How Does Music Arouse “Chills” ? O. Grewe
F. Nagel
R. Kopiez
E. Altenmüller
20052,005
Steinbeis2006harmonic The role of harmonic expectancy violations in musical emotions: Evidence from subjective, physiological, and neural responses N. Steinbeis
S. Koelsch
J. Sloboda
20062,006
Vines2006crossmodal Cross-modal interactions in the perception of musical performance B. Vines
C. Krumhansl
M. Wanderley
and D. Levitin
20062,006
Dubnov2006structural Structural and affective aspects of music from statistical audio signal analysis S. Dubnov
S. McAdams
R. Reynolds
20062,006
Timmers2006listeners Listeners’ emotional engagement with performances of a Scriabin étude: an explorative case stud R. Timmers
M. Marolt
A. Camurri
G. Volpe
20062,006
Plack2006performance The effect of performance medium on the emotional response of the listener as measured by the Continuous Response Digital Interface D. Plack 20062,006
Schubert2007event When is an event in a time-series significant? E. Schubert 20072,007
Grewe2007listening Listening to music as a re-creative process: Physiological, psychological, and psychoacoustical correlates of chills and strong emotions O. Grewe
F. Nagel
R. Kopiez
E. Altenmuller
20072,007
Bailes2007facilitation Facilitation and coherence between the dynamic and retrospective perception of segmentation in computer-generated music F. Bailes
R. Dean
20072,007
Levitin2007function Introduction to functional data analysis D. Levitin
R. Nuzzo
B. Vines
J. Ramsay
20072,007
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