Stimulus 5: Wavin’ Flag by Young Artists For HaitiPosted: November 13, 2017 | Author: finnupham | Filed under: Cross-listening analysis, Stimulus-wise Analysis | Tags: Continuous emotion ratings, Finger temperature, Heartrate, Respiration rate, Skin conductance, Stimulus 5, surface Electromyography, Wavin' Flag, Young Artists For Haiti | Leave a comment
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
These responses were collected Wavin’ Flag, a song by K’naan and performed by a large collection of Canadian pop musicians as a fundraiser for Haiti after the earthquake of 2010. It was included because the music made the listener cry the first time they heard it on the radio, around the time of the earthquake. The following video is close but not exactly the radio cut used in the experiment.