Jonna Vuoskoski
Jonna Vuoskoski
Professor, University of Oslo, Department of Musicology & Department of Psychology
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A comparison of the discrete and dimensional models of emotion in music
T Eerola, JK Vuoskoski
Psychology of Music 39 (1), 18-49, 2011
A review of music and emotion studies: Approaches, emotion models, and stimuli
T Eerola, JK Vuoskoski
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 30 (3), 307-340, 2012
Who enjoys listening to sad music and why?
JK Vuoskoski, WF Thompson, D McIlwain, T Eerola
Music Perception 29 (3), 311-317, 2011
Music, empathy and cultural understanding
E Clarke, T DeNora, J Vuoskoski
Physics of life reviews 15, 61-88, 2015
Can sad music really make you sad? Indirect measures of affective states induced by music and autobiographical memories.
JK Vuoskoski, T Eerola
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 6 (3), 204, 2012
Measuring music-induced emotion: A comparison of emotion models, personality biases, and intensity of experiences
JK Vuoskoski, T Eerola
Musicae Scientiae 15 (2), 159-173, 2011
The role of mood and personality in the perception of emotions represented by music
JK Vuoskoski, T Eerola
Cortex 47 (9), 1099-1106, 2011
Being moved by unfamiliar sad music is associated with high empathy
T Eerola, JK Vuoskoski, H Kautiainen
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1176, 2016
The pleasure evoked by sad music is mediated by feelings of being moved
JK Vuoskoski, T Eerola
Frontiers in psychology 8, 439, 2017
Extramusical information contributes to emotions induced by music
JK Vuoskoski, T Eerola
Psychology of Music 43 (2), 262-274, 2015
Kama muta: Conceptualizing and measuring the experience often labelled being moved across 19 nations and 15 languages.
JH Zickfeld, TW Schubert, B Seibt, JK Blomster, P Arriaga, N Basabe, ...
Emotion 19 (3), 402, 2019
An integrative review of the enjoyment of sadness associated with music
T Eerola, JK Vuoskoski, HR Peltola, V Putkinen, K Schäfer
Physics of Life Reviews 25, 100-121, 2018
Crossmodal interactions in the perception of expressivity in musical performance
JK Vuoskoski, MR Thompson, EF Clarke, C Spence
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76, 591-604, 2014
“Help! I need somebody”: music as a global resource for obtaining wellbeing goals in times of crisis
R Granot, DH Spitz, BR Cherki, P Loui, R Timmers, RS Schaefer, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 648013, 2021
Music listening evokes implicit affiliation
JK Vuoskoski, EF Clarke, T DeNora
Psychology of Music 45 (4), 584-599, 2017
Corona Concerts: The Effect of Virtual Concert Characteristics on Social Connection and Kama Muta
D Swarbrick, B Seibt, N Grinspun, JK Vuoskoski
Frontiers in psychology 12, 648448, 2021
Livestream experiments: the role of COVID-19, agency, presence, and social context in facilitating social connectedness
KE Onderdijk, D Swarbrick, B Van Kerrebroeck, M Mantei, JK Vuoskoski, ...
Frontiers in psychology, 1741, 2021
Interaction of sight and sound in the perception and experience of musical performance
JK Vuoskoski, MR Thompson, C Spence, EF Clarke
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 33 (4), 457-471, 2016
On the enjoyment of sad music: Pleasurable compassion theory and the role of trait empathy
D Huron, JK Vuoskoski
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 499421, 2020
Emotions represented and induced by music: The role of individual differences
J Vuoskoski
Jyväskylä studies in humanities, 2012
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