Anna Czepiel

Anna Czepiel
Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics | MPGAESTHETIC · Department of Music

Master of Arts in Music, Mind and Technology with Cognitive Neuroscience

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Introduction
Anna Czepiel is currently a researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Empirical Aesthetics and PhD candidate at Maastricht University. She has previously studied at the Department of Music, Mind and Technology, University of Jyväskylä and took an internship in neurocognition of music performance at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences.

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Publications (7)
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Compared to audio only (AO) conditions, audiovisual (AV) information can enhance the aesthetic experience of a music performance. However, such beneficial multimodal effects have yet to be studied in naturalistic music performance settings. Further, peripheral physiological correlates of aesthetic experiences are not well-understood. Here, particip...
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While there is an increasing shift in cognitive science to study perception of naturalistic stimuli, this study extends this goal to naturalistic contexts by assessing physiological synchrony across audience members in a concert setting. Cardiorespiratory, skin conductance, and facial muscle responses were measured from participants attending live...
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Entrainment and synchronization play major roles in understanding the emotional effects of music, thus we were interested in synchronized responses of concert audiences listening to music. A series of three separate public live concerts of the same three pieces (chamber music by Ludwig van Beethoven, Brett Dean, Johannes Brahms) was organized. Base...
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Performing and listening to music occurs in specific situations, requiring specific media. Empirical research on music listening and appreciation, however, tends to overlook the effects these situations and media may have on the listening experience. This article uses the sociological concept of the frame to develop a theory of an aesthetic experie...
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Music listening can lead to strong aesthetic experiences. However, to gain deeper insights into such experiences, more empirical research outside of laboratory settings is required. The current exploratory study measured aesthetic experience (music-induced emotions and absorption) in combination with psychophysiology (facial electromyography and ar...
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Music listening can lead to strong aesthetic experiences. Extending typical laboratory studies, which report the relations between self-reports and psychophysiology, the current study set out to investigate music listening in the real-world setting of a concert. During three chamber music concerts with an identical program of three string quintets...
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A concert is a common event at which people gather to share a musical experience. While techniques are increasingly offering insights into naturalistic stimuli perception, this study extended methods to a more ecological context in order to explore real-world music listening within a concert setting. Cardiorespiratory, skin conductance, and facial...

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Investigating music listening in naturalistic settings with various methods such as self-reports and physiology.