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Music and emotion/Bibliography

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A list of key readings about Music and emotion.
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"We conclude that one function of affect is to regulate cognitive processing."

  • Eldar, E.; Ganor, O.; Admon, R.; Bleich, A.; Hendler, T. (2007). "Feeling the Real World: Limbic Response to Music Depends on Related Content". Cerebral Cortex 17 (12): 2828. DOI:10.1093/cercor/bhm011. Research Blogging.
  • Blood, A.J.; Zatorre, R.J.; Bermudez, P.; Evans, A.C. (1999). "Emotional responses to pleasant and unpleasant music correlate with activity in paralimbic brain regions". Nature Neuroscience 2: 382-387. DOI:10.1038/7299. Research Blogging.
  • Morton, E.S. (1977). "On the Occurrence and Significance of Motivation-Structural Rules in Some Bird and Mammal Sounds". The American Naturalist 111 (981): 855. DOI:10.1086/283219. Research Blogging.