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Music and Psychology

The experience and Processes
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Laura Rúa Sesma

on 3 April 2013

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Psychophysological and Psychobiological foundations Music Is a human manifestation present in all cultures.
Gennerally is defined as the art or combining sounds and silences in time. MUSIC PSYCHOLOGY Psychology in music Bibliography CLARKE, Eric (1997). Perception and Critique: Ecological Acoustics, Critical Theory and Music
DAVIS, Deta S. (1988). Computer Applications in Music: A Bibliography
ROEDERER, Juan G. (1979). Introduction to the Physics and Psychophysics of Music
SMALLEY, Denis (1992). The Listening Imagination: Listening in the Electroacoustic Era
SMALLEY, Denis (1995a). The Listening Imagination: Listening in the Electroacoustic Era
WINDSOR, W. Luke (1994). Using Auditory Information for Events in Electroacoustic Music THE EXPERIENCE AND PROCESSES Psychology Is the study of the mind and mental processes, especially in relation with behavior Music is sound,
sound is vibration,
vibration is energy Sensory activity of music, would be located predominantly in the bulbar area which is the center of the physical reactions. The emotional message of the music we located in the diencephalon. The melody affects the emotional and affective part, the diencephalon receives melodic motifs and designs, acquiring these signifition, that awake a whole inner world of feelings and emotions. Intellectual activity is localized at the cortical level. this is eminently harmonious music that represents the largest representations and intellectual level, and these are complex, require a psychic and mental activity more evolved and structured. Psychology of Music is concerned with understanding the psychological processes involved in listening to music, playing music, and composing and improvising music, using empirical, theoretical and computational methods. Musical Efect in Babys Mozart´s music benefits are related with the beats per minute and high frecuencies of the instruments that change the state of the brain especially in areas where the fast responsive, time and space functions develops. Music gives us satisfaction, happiness.
Music stimulates the brain centers and emotions that move along a path of internalization, can make us express our instincts, our feelings, or fill us full aesthetic that makes us happy. Music Effects You can convey different moods and emotions through symbols and images that release hearing function both emotionally and intellectually.

Play and produce music develops sensitivity, creativity and capacity for abstraction or analysis. The close relationship between a particular mood and its outward expression, is what allows us to act on emotions with music. It is also a mechanism of feedback, in which not only the mood produces an emotional expression, but that in turn this expression tends to arouse or maintain mood Conclusion Music has a huge effect on our lives, and our society. It is a great tool for handling, and produces in listeners several consequences: a constant redefinition of music, and a restructuring of the social structure.
  Within us can identify behaviors, values for installation. Or simply, produce reviews. And generates membership groups, beliefs and identities. http://www.sound101.org/sywtbas/index.php
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