Empathic Responses to Auditory Heartbeats

  1. Grace Leslie

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Prior research has conjectured ways in which the acoustic and structural cues of music can be listened to as if it were another person. For example, music can be listened to as a superexpressive voice, as gross-motor gestures, or even as a “virtual person.” Such empathic listening enables a listener to engage with the music on a social level. Over the past 50 years, the aesthetic and performative ...


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