Stimulus 16: Invention No. 2 in C minor (BWV 773) by Glenn Gould

These graphs report per stimulus the time course of responses across the 24 listening sessions. Some report the general patterns of responses, other show how the listener’s responses changed over successive exposures

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The continuous ratings of Felt Emotional Valence and Arousal, plotted three different ways. First as individual lines with the cross listening average, then layered per session with colour marking the scale values, and finally the activity-level times series reporting the proportion of listenings showing rating changes up or down per 2 s interval.

These responses were collected to Invention No. 2 in C minor (BWV 773) as performed by Glenn Gould. This remaster release of Gould’s recording included some of Gould’s famous humming.

More analysis available in related posts.

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Summary of the three surface Electromyography recordings, Corrugator, Zygomaticus, and Upper Trapezius, across listenings to Stimulus 1. Plots 1, 3,  and 5 layer the sessions, reporting normalised intensity of muscle activation by colour. Plots 2, 4, and 6 report activity levels on the proportion of listenings exceeding different thresholds of activation per half second.

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Plots of Heart Rate and Respiration Rate measured during the 24 listenings. Plots 1 & 4: session by session, the estimated heart/respiration rate of the listener, reported in rows will colour marking rate. Plot 2 & 5: Proportions of sessions with heart/respiration rate exceeding various thresholds. Plot 3 & 6: Activity levels of heart/respiration rate increases, assessed for significant coincidence.

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Plots of respiratory phase alignment with the stimulus, along with statistical assessments of these coincidences.

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Plots of Skin Conductance and Finger Temperature measured during 24 listenings to Stimulus one. Plots 1 & 4: session by session, the normalised change values of skin conductance and finger temperature, reported in rows will colour marking direction. Plot 2 & 5: Proportions of sessions with exceeding various thresholds. Plot 3 & 6: Activity levels of increases, assessed for significant coincidence.



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