Vol.1 No.1 (April 2011)
Effects of Music on the Recognition
Purposes: The experiment explored how the emotional state and prior probability affected the recognition of meaningless number strings. Methods: 3 music experts aroused different emotional states, including pleasure, neutrality and sadness levels. The results were analyzed using Signal Detection Theory. Results: (1) The effects of emotional state on individual sensitivity d’ and subjective judgment criterion β were not significant; (2) Prior probability had no significant effect on individual sensitivity d’ and subjective judgment criterion β. Conclusions: (1) An individual made decisions according to objective information, ignoring statistic information; (2) The emotional effect was relevant to the understanding of the individual. Under this paradigm, no emotional effect was aroused by music.
王辉 , 牛盾 (2011) 音乐对辨别力的影响。 心理学进展， 1， 1-6. doi: 10.12677/ap.2011.11001
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