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Statistical analysis of human boy movement and group interactions in response to music

Frank Desmet (UGent) , Marc Leman (UGent) , Micheline Lesaffre (UGent) and Leen De Bruyn (UGent)
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Quantification of time series that relate to physiological data is challenging for empirical music research. Up to now, most studies have focused on time-dependent responses of individual subjects in controlled environments. However, little is known about time-dependent responses of between-subject interactions in an ecological context. This paper provides new findings on the statistical analysis of group synchronicity in response to musical stimuli. Different statistical techniques were applied to time-dependent data obtained from an experiment on embodied listening in individual and group settings. Analysis of inter group synchronicity are described. Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) and Cross Correlation Function (CCF) were found to be valid methods to estimate group coherence of the resulting movements. It was found that synchronicity of movements between individuals (human human interactions) increases significantly in the social context. Moreover, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) revealed that the type of music is the predominant factor in both the individual and the social context.
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Embodiment, Human body movement, Music research, Social interaction, Statistical analysis

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Desmet, Frank, Marc Leman, Micheline Lesaffre, and Leen De Bruyn. 2010. “Statistical Analysis of Human Boy Movement and Group Interactions in Response to Music.” In ADVANCES IN DATA ANALYSIS, DATA HANDLING AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE (Studies in Classification Data Analysis and Knowledge Organization), 399–408.
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Desmet, Frank, Leman, M., Lesaffre, M., & De Bruyn, L. (2010). Statistical analysis of human boy movement and group interactions in response to music. ADVANCES IN DATA ANALYSIS, DATA HANDLING AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE (Studies in Classification Data Analysis and Knowledge Organization) (pp. 399–408). Presented at the 32nd Annual Conference of the German-Classification-Society.
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Desmet F, Leman M, Lesaffre M, De Bruyn L. Statistical analysis of human boy movement and group interactions in response to music. ADVANCES IN DATA ANALYSIS, DATA HANDLING AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE (Studies in Classification Data Analysis and Knowledge Organization). 2010. p. 399–408.
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Desmet, Frank, Marc Leman, Micheline Lesaffre, et al. “Statistical Analysis of Human Boy Movement and Group Interactions in Response to Music.” ADVANCES IN DATA ANALYSIS, DATA HANDLING AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE (Studies in Classification Data Analysis and Knowledge Organization). 2010. 399–408. Print.
@inproceedings{851980,
  abstract     = {Quantification of time series that relate to physiological data is challenging for empirical music research. Up to now, most studies have focused on time-dependent responses of individual subjects in controlled environments. However, little is known about time-dependent responses of between-subject interactions in an ecological context. This paper provides new findings on the statistical analysis of group synchronicity in response to musical stimuli. Different statistical techniques were applied to time-dependent data obtained from an experiment on embodied listening in individual and group settings. Analysis of inter group synchronicity are described. Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) and Cross Correlation Function (CCF) were found to be valid methods to estimate group coherence of the resulting movements. It was found that synchronicity of movements between individuals (human human interactions) increases significantly in the social context. Moreover, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) revealed that the type of music is the predominant factor in both the individual and the social context.},
  author       = {Desmet, Frank and Leman, Marc and Lesaffre, Micheline and De Bruyn, Leen},
  booktitle    = {ADVANCES IN DATA ANALYSIS, DATA HANDLING AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE (Studies in Classification Data Analysis and Knowledge Organization)},
  isbn         = {9783642010439},
  issn         = {1431-8814},
  keyword      = {Embodiment,Human body movement,Music research,Social interaction,Statistical analysis},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Hamburg, Germany},
  pages        = {399--408},
  title        = {Statistical analysis of human boy movement and group interactions in response to music},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-01044-6\_36},
  year         = {2010},
}

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