Associations between personality and musical emotion discrimination in secondary school students

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  1. Chloe MacGregor
  2. Daniel Müllensiefen

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Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/75008053837?pwd=TXVBOXB6c0J3VmduN2loVksvMVNtdz09 Meeting ID: 750 0805 3837 Password: 1H0mES Abstract Musicians usually want to express emotions with their music. In turn, their listeners want to detect these emotions, and usually they can. Research suggests that the ability to detect music-expressed emotion varies in individuals just like the ability to ...

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