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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 1994 21:38:19 PST

---------- Dear list members. This request was sent to me by Brian Roberts. If anybody has information on this subject, please respond to him directly. - Al ================================================= I've e-mailed you now because BBC Radio wants me to talk briefly about whether the emotional effects of music are "in the sound" or by association. I know there is stuff on effects of familarity on preference, major vs minor keys, etc., but know of no references. Any help (e.g. book chapter?) that you know of would be very helpful. All for now. Best wishes, Brian. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ | Dr. Brian Roberts Tel: 021 414 3329 | | School of Psychology Dept Fax: 021 414 4897 | | University of Birmingham Dept Office: 021 414 4932 | | Edgbaston | | Birmingham B15 2TT Janet: B.ROBERTS(at)UK.AC.BHAM | | United Kingdom Internet: B.ROBERTS(at)BHAM.AC.UK | ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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