Music listening in everyday life: Devices, selection methods, and digital technology
AuthorKrause, AE; North, AC
Source TitlePSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC
PublisherSAGE PUBLICATIONS INC
University of Melbourne Author/sKrause, Amanda
AffiliationMelbourne Conservatorium of Music
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsKrause, A. E. & North, A. C. (2016). Music listening in everyday life: Devices, selection methods, and digital technology. PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC, 44 (1), pp.129-147. https://doi.org/10.1177/0305735614559065.
Access StatusOpen Access
Two studies considered whether psychological variables could predict everyday music listening practices more than those demographic and technology-related variables studied predominantly hitherto. Study 1 focused on music listening devices, while Study 2 focused on music selection strategies (e.g. playlists). Study 1 indicated the existence of a one- dimensional identity based on music technology. Further, psychological variables (such as innovativeness and self-efficacy) predicted whether individuals possess such an identity. Moreover, while psychological variables predicted whether individuals preferred ‘familiarized’ advantages inherent to listening devices, a preference for ‘progressive’ advantages was predicted by technological behaviors. Study 2 supported the first study in terms of identity, and demonstrated that a different pattern of variables predicted playlist listening from listening to music via shuffle. More generally, the findings suggest the utility of applying constructs from consumer psychology to everyday music listening behaviors.
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