Emotion and experience while listening to music

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Two dominant approaches try to explain the connection between music and emotion: The emotivist position claims that music directly induces emotion in listeners, whereas the cognitivist position asserts that listeners can recognize the emotions, but do not actually feel them. In order to inform this debate, our research investigated emotion elicitation by music on the physiological, expressive and ...

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