Event Title

P-17 Is the Relationship Between Religiosity and Emotional Reactions to Religious Music Mediated by Personality?

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Jasmine Logan

Start Date

2-28-2020 2:30 PM

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Are there relationships between emotional reactions to religious music, personality, and religiosity? The music that we choose to listen to elicits emotion and reinforces what we already believe to be true about our own personalities and self-identity. We surveyed college students at a religious university and found all factors of personality and emotional reactions to religious music to correlate with religiosity, but only some factors of personality were related to emotional reactions to religious music. I plan to next examine whether emotional reactions to religious music mediate the relationship of any of the personality factors with religiosity.

Acknowledgments

J.N. Andrews Honors Scholar

Mentor: Karl G. D. Bailey, Behavioral Sciences

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Feb 28th, 2:30 PM

P-17 Is the Relationship Between Religiosity and Emotional Reactions to Religious Music Mediated by Personality?

Are there relationships between emotional reactions to religious music, personality, and religiosity? The music that we choose to listen to elicits emotion and reinforces what we already believe to be true about our own personalities and self-identity. We surveyed college students at a religious university and found all factors of personality and emotional reactions to religious music to correlate with religiosity, but only some factors of personality were related to emotional reactions to religious music. I plan to next examine whether emotional reactions to religious music mediate the relationship of any of the personality factors with religiosity.