Title of Research Output

Thought content during music listening

Faculty

Social Science

Supervisor Name

Dr. Jessica Grahn

Keywords

music, psychology, mood, rumination, depression, thought content, music listening

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Working with Dr. Jessica Grahn and Dr. Elizabeth Kinghorn, as part of my USRI I am working on developing a new study to be run throughout the Fall both online and in-person, looking at thought content during musical listening. The following video provides a brief overview of our study rationale and design - please note that we will also be conducting a version of this study using a mood induction (using an autobiographical memory paradigm).

Acknowledgements

I would like to thank Dr. Jessica Grahn, Dr. Elizabeth Kinghorn, and the entire Grahn Lab for their support and guidance over the past 4 months!

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Thought content during music listening

Working with Dr. Jessica Grahn and Dr. Elizabeth Kinghorn, as part of my USRI I am working on developing a new study to be run throughout the Fall both online and in-person, looking at thought content during musical listening. The following video provides a brief overview of our study rationale and design - please note that we will also be conducting a version of this study using a mood induction (using an autobiographical memory paradigm).