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Emotional Impact of Different Forms of Spatialization in Everyday Mediatized Music Listening: Placebo or Technology Effects?
Zitatschlüssel lepa_emotional_2014
Autor Lepa, Steffen and Weinzierl, Stefan and Maempel, Hans-Joachim and Ungeheuer, Elena
Seiten Convention Paper \#9024
Jahr 2014
Adresse Berlin
Zusammenfassung Do the spatial cues conveyed by different audio playback technologies alter the affective experience of music listening or is this rather a matter of quality expectations leading to “placebo effects”? To find out, we conducted a 2-factorial between-subjects design study employing “spatialization type” (‘stereo headphones’ / ‘stereo loudspeak-ers’ / ‘live concert simulation’) and “spatial quality expectations” (‘yes’ / ‘no’) as independent experimental factors. 306 subjects rated the perceived intensity of emotional expression when listening to four different musical pieces as well as the overall audio quality. While we observed significant effects of spatialization type on perceived affective expressivity of music and spatial audio quality, expectation-related placebo effects affected perceived spatial audio quality only. Results are discussed in terms of their significance for music and media research.
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