Subject: Music Cognition | Research Article | Biology and Life Sciences | Cognitive Psychology | Emotions | Neuroscience | Medicine | Q | R | Psychology | Social Sciences | Science | Creativity | Cognitive Science
One of the primary functions of music is to convey emotion, yet how music accomplishes this task remains unclear. For example, simple correlations between mode (major vs. minor) and emotion (happy vs. sad) do not adequately explain the enormous range, subtlety or comple... View more
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