#1
Hey guys, I'm doing a research paper about music and how it effects mood. I was just curious as to if any of you had any credible websites that might talk about the subject at hand. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!!
#2
go to 4chan.org and look under Misc. and then click "Random" that's a great one for paper subjects
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And I see from your sig you have plenty of experience with them
#7
I'm trying to find a credible source, preferably research articles from previous tests and what have you.
#8
Check out This is Your Brain on Music. Daniel J. Levitin.
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And I see from your sig you have plenty of experience with them

and portal
#11
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Well this isn't any help but music doesn't really affect my mood, I select music based on my mood. Like Decapitated if I'm feeling angry or something.

That's basically what I was gonna say. Except for the Decapitated part. I just play any Death metal when I'm pissed.
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#12
I'm gonna have to disagree. I believe that music does effect mood. When you're pissed and you put on some death metal, do you feel better after you listen to it a while and let some aggression going? If so, then yes, music DOES effect mood.
#14
Iunno if it's gonna help you or not, but it was either Aristotle or Plato that said music a person listened to and their behaviors/mood were connected.
#15
In my opinion music DOES affect mood in that mood is the reason we compose in the first place. Muisc is lifeless without the mood of its composers. Take Bach's Preludium 1 from his Well Tempered Clavier, even though its based off an excersise for his children, you can tell that bach moved himself through the piece.
#16
music does effect mood, because music triggers certain memories and emotions with each song. pwn'd. btw, check out some university sites, that might help.
#17
nothing like listening conquer all when u want to kill people
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