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|Title:||See Hear: Psychological Effects of Music and Music-Video During Treadmill Running|
|Keywords:||Affective response;Dissociation;Dual-mode theory;Exercise|
|Citation:||Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 49 (2), pp. 199 - 211, 2015|
|Abstract:||© 2014, The Society of Behavioral Medicine.Background: There is a paucity of work addressing the distractive, affect-enhancing, and motivational influences of music and video in combination during exercise. Purpose: We examined the effects of music and music-and-video on a range of psychological and psychophysical variables during treadmill running at intensities above and below ventilatory threshold (VT). Methods: Participants (N = 24) exercised at 10 % of maximal capacity below VT and 10 % above under music-only, music-and-video, and control conditions. Results: There was a condition × intensity × time interaction for perceived activation and state motivation, and an intensity × time interaction for state attention, perceived exertion (RPE), and affective valence. The music-and-video condition elicited the highest levels of dissociation, lowest RPE, and most positive affective responses regardless of exercise intensity. Conclusions: Attentional manipulations influence psychological and psychophysical variables at exercise intensities above and below VT, and this effect is enhanced by the combined presentation of auditory and visual stimuli.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Life Sciences Research Papers|
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