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Emotion and meaning in interpretation of sound sources

Paper i proceeding
Författare Penny Bergman
Daniel Västfjäll
Niklas Fransson
Publicerad i 7th European Conference on Noise Control 2008, EURONOISE 2008; Paris; France; 29 June 2008 through 4 July 2008
Sidor 3925-3929
Publiceringsår 2008
Publicerad vid
Sidor 3925-3929
Språk en
Ämnesord Emoacoustics, Sound character, source meaning, emotional response, sound
Ämneskategorier Byggnadsteknik

Sammanfattning

Research regarding the perception of sound focuses in large on the acoustical properties of the sound. We argue that, for a more complete picture of sound perception, one must take the non-physical properties into account. By changing the emotional descriptor of a sound the perception in terms of level of annoyance will change. The present study investigates how a priming picture placing the origin of the sound to either a positive or negative environment affects the level of annoyance to same sound. 3 different sounds were used in the experiment, all based on pink noise. The participants were in the beginning of each sound exposed to a picture telling where the sound originated. The picture was either a positive environment (a picture of a waterfall) or a negative environment (a picture of a larger factory). While listening to the sounds the participants completed different performance tasks. In the end of each sound the participants rated level of annoyance to the sound. Results show that the annoyance ratings are significantly lower when primed with a positive picture. Results also indicate that for more attention demanding tasks this correlation is stronger. The findings are discussed in relation to theories of sound perception.

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