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A comparison of emotion identification and its intensity between adults with schizophrenia and healthy adults: Using film music excerpts with emotional content

Title
A comparison of emotion identification and its intensity between adults with schizophrenia and healthy adults: Using film music excerpts with emotional content
Authors
Lim J.Chong H.J.Kim A.J.
Ewha Authors
정현주
SCOPUS Author ID
정현주scopus
Issue Date
2017
Journal Title
Nordic Journal of Music Therapy
ISSN
0809-8131JCR Link
Citation
pp. 1 - 16
Keywords
emotion identificationemotion intensityMusic listeningPositive and Negative Affective Symptom Types (PANSS)schizophrenia
Publisher
Routledge
Indexed
SSCI; SCOPUS scopus
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine the difference between adults with schizophrenia and healthy adults in terms of emotion identification, and the perceived intensity of the emotions in music excerpts. A total of 60 participants, including 27 adults with SP and 33 HAs, participated in this study. Participants listened to eight music excerpts which suggested emotions of happiness, peacefulness, anger, and sadness and were asked to choose the perceived emotion in each piece of music, and rate the intensity level of the emotion. Results of two-way ANOVA indicated that SP group showed significantly lower concordance in recognizing all four intended emotions in music and significantly lower emotion intensity level than the HA group did. Also, emotions with positive valence had relatively higher concordance rate than those with negative valence in the SP group. Further analysis within SP group revealed that participants with positive symptoms showed significantly higher concordance rate in emotion identification than participants with negative symptoms; however, there was no significant difference in perceived intensity. The results of this study indicate that there is a disparity between adults with SP and HAs in identifying emotions in music. This information can be applied to develop targeted music interventions aimed at psychosocial rehabilitation of individuals with SP. © 2017 GAMUT – The Grieg Academy Music Therapy Research Centre
DOI
10.1080/08098131.2017.1405999
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