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Assessing the Effects of Music Listening on Psychobiological Stress in Daily Life

DOI :

10.3791/54920-v

February 2nd, 2017

February 2nd, 2017

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1Department of Psychology, Division of Clinical Biopsychology, University of Marburg

A study protocol is presented on how to assess associations between music listening and psychobiological stress (as measured by subjective stress levels, salivary cortisol, and salivary alpha-amylase) in daily life. Advice on study design, materials, methods, selection of participants, and statistical handling is provided. Representative results are presented and discussed.

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Music Listening

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