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|Author||Stewart J., Garrido S., Hense C., McFerran K.|
|Title||Music use for mood regulation: Self-awareness and conscious listening choices in young people with tendencies to depression|
Stewart J., Garrido S., Hense C., McFerran K.; Music use for mood regulation: Self-awareness and conscious listening choices in young people with tendencies to depression ;Frontiers in Psychology vol:10 issue: MAY page:
|Keywords||Depression; Mood regulation; Music; Self-awareness; Young people
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85068339193&doi=10.3389%2ffpsyg.2019.01199&partnerID=40&md5=e9fca3f517c258257e98c00627c7ac4f
|Abstract||The current study explored the circumstances in which seven young people with a tendency to depression chose different styles of music to listen to, and their level of awareness of the impact of their music listening habits on mood and wellbeing. A model of various pathways through music use was developed that may explain why music listening intentions in young people do not always align with their wellbeing outcomes. We suggest that the relationship between intentions and outcomes are mediated by differing levels of self-awareness and insight into the mood regulation processes occurring during music listening. © 2019 Stewart, Garrido, Hense and McFerran.
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