The effects of music; a series of essays
Journal/Book: International library of psychology, philosophy, and scientific method. 1927; London, New York,. K. Paul Trench Trubner & Co. Ltd; Harcourt Brace & Company Inc.. ix, 273 , 1 l..
Note: 27023372 edited by Max Schoen. With 8 half-tone illustrations. Essays "in the main chosen from among the papers submitted in a competition conducted by the American psychological association in 1921 for the most meritorious research on the effects of music." The prize-winning study, on The sources and nature of the affective reaction to instrumental music, was submitted by Professor Margaret F. Washburn and G. S. Dickinson. The laboratory reports of the Edison-Carnegie music research, conducted by W. V. Bingham with the assistance of Dr. Max Schoen and Dr. Ester L. Gatewood, are in part also included. cf.Introd. Myers, C. S. Individual differences in listening to music.--Ortman. O. Types of listeners. Genetic considerations.--Gatewood, E. L. An experimental study of the nature of musical enjoyment.--Washburn, M. F. and Dickinson, G. L. The sources and nature of the affective reaction to instrumental music.--Schoen, M. and Gatewood, E. L. The mood effects of music.--Schoen, M. and Gatewood, E. L. Problems related to the mood effects of music.
Keyword(s): Music Psychological aspects.. Musical analysis.