Patrik N. Juslin

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Psychology Uppsala University, Uppsala, Uppsala län, Sweden 
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Juslin PN, Laukka P, Harmat L, et al. (2020) Spontaneous vocal expressions from everyday life convey discrete emotions to listeners. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Juslin PN, Laukka P, Bänziger T. (2018) The Mirror to Our Soul? Comparisons of Spontaneous and Posed Vocal Expression of Emotion. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 42: 1-40
Juslin PN, Harmat L, Laukka P. (2018) The wisdom of the body: Listeners' autonomic arousal distinguishes between spontaneous and posed vocal emotions. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology
Helsing M, Västfjäll D, Bjälkebring P, et al. (2016) An experimental field study of the effects of listening to self-selected music on emotions, stress, and cortisol levels. Music and Medicine. 8: 187-198
Juslin PN, Sakka LS, Barradas GT, et al. (2016) No Accounting for Taste? Idiographic Models of Aesthetic Judgment in Music Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts
Juslin PN, Barradas G, Eerola T. (2015) From Sound to Significance: Exploring the Mechanisms Underlying Emotional Reactions to Music. The American Journal of Psychology. 128: 281-304
Juslin PN, Isaksson S. (2014) Subjective criteria for choice and aesthetic judgment of music: A comparison of psychology and music students Research Studies in Music Education. 36: 179-198
Juslin PN, Harmat L, Eerola T. (2014) What makes music emotionally significant? Exploring the underlying mechanisms Psychology of Music. 42: 599-623
Juslin PN. (2013) What does music express? Basic emotions and beyond. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 596
Juslin PN. (2013) The value of a uniquely psychological approach to musical aesthetics: reply to the commentaries on 'A unified theory of musical emotions'. Physics of Life Reviews. 10: 281-6
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