ABSTRACT. Juslin and Laukka contend that the same selective pressures that shaped the development of the basic emotions should favor the development of skills for expressing and recognizing the same emotions. Kivy insists that the texts must be expressively appropriate to the music for which they are provided. Robinson emphasizes that music arouses mood states from which we readily enter into emotional states. (pp. 311–316)

Keywords: emotion, vocal, expression, performance, communication, music


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