Regulation of emotion while mobile listening considering subjective mood-congruency – An ambulatory assessment study

I love the opportunity the assess data via the participant’s smartphones, and also the fact, that it is a German project.

Cornelius

At a Glance

  • Location: Eichstätt, Germany
  • Date: 17.03.2017
  • Institution: Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
    Psychologische Diagnostik, Lehrstuhl für Musikwissenschaft
  • Web Page: http://www.ku.de/

Study-Facts

  • Context:
  • Number of participants: 50
  • Number of days per participants: 7
  • Number of prompst per Day: 1-5
  • Number of Items: 5

Study

The goal of the study is to reply some components of the study of Randall & Rickard (2016 - Reasons for personal music listening) and to investigate, how the factor “mood- congruency of music listened to” interacts with the mood of the participant and the chosen reason for listening. There are no specific studies concerning mood-congruency during mobile-listening. The hypotheses are for example “While being in negative initial mood listening of mood-incongruent music due to the reason “background music” leads to a significant enhancement of mood.” The hypotheses are all very specific concerning the reason of listening. Each participant should start movisense when he begins to listen to a song. A second questionnaire will start automatically after 3 minutes to determine to changed mood. So it will be possible to calculate the change in mood in regard to the specific reason for listening.