Global music streaming data reveal diurnal and seasonal patterns of affective preference
Nature human behaviour, Volume 3, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 230-236.
People manage emotions to cope with life's demands. Previous research has identified affective patterns using self-reports and text analysis, but these measures track the expression of affect, not affective preference for external stimuli such as music, which affects mood states and levels of emotional arousal. We analysed a dataset of 76...More
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