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Musical friends and foes: The social cognition of affiliation and control in improvised interactions

Aucouturier, Jean-Julien ; Canonne, Clément

Cognition, April 2017, Vol.161, pp.94-108 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Musical friends and foes: The social cognition of affiliation and control in improvised interactions
  • Autor: Aucouturier, Jean-Julien ; Canonne, Clément
  • Assuntos: Social Cognition ; Musical Improvisation ; Interaction ; Joint Action ; Coordination ; Psychology
  • É parte de: Cognition, April 2017, Vol.161, pp.94-108
  • Descrição: A recently emerging view in music cognition holds that music is not only social and participatory in its production, but also in its perception, i.e. that music is in fact perceived as the sonic trace of between a group of real or virtual agents. While this view appears compatible with a number of intriguing music cognitive phenomena, such as the links between beat entrainment and prosocial behaviour or between strong musical emotions and empathy, direct evidence is lacking that listeners are at all able to use the acoustic features of a musical interaction to infer the affiliatory or controlling nature of an underlying social intention. We created a novel experimental situation in which we asked expert music improvisers to communicate 5 types of non-musical social intentions, such as being domineering, disdainful or conciliatory, to one another solely using musical interaction. Using a combination of decoding studies, computational and psychoacoustical analyses,...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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