Volume 3, Autumn 2020
Liila Taruffi & Kelly Jakubowski (p. 1)
Altering Conscious Mind: Where is the Listener’s Attention when Listening to Classical versus Ritual Music?
Ceren Ayyildiz (p. 2-14)
Does the Artist’s Gender have an Effect on the Emotions, Anxiety, and Confidence Levels of the Women in the Audience?
Ceren Ayyildiz, Marlene Elli Everling, & Nikolai Hahn (p. 15-23)
Naomi Cook, Beth Heaps, & Jack O’Gorman* (p. 31-37)
*All authors contributed equally to this article.
Effects of Happy and Sad Music in Relation to Different Genres on Mind- wandering: A Replication Study of Taruffi et al. (2017)
Laura Cooper, Alex Acomb & Loren Ma (p. 38-43)
The Influence of Film Music on Moral Judgment Based on Induced Emotion
Megan Cunnington (p. 44-49)
A Comparison of the Effects of Acoustic and Electronic Musical Instrumentation on 2km Maximal-Intensity Cycling
Isabella Elwes (p. 50-60)
Felt Emotions Evoked at Key Structural Moments in Drum and Bass Music
Katarzyna Glancey (p. 61-66)
Music & the Mind: A Research Study exploring whether Music Festivals affect the Well-being of Listeners
Beth Hampshire, Ruby Topping, Catalina Burbano Cifuentes, & Ludivine Aubry (p. 67-80)
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