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Physical exercise increases perceived musical pleasure: Modulatory roles of arousal, mood, or dopamine?
Music's ability to influence exercise performance is well known, but the converse, how exercise influences music listening, remains largely unknown. Exercise can elevate arousal, mood, and neurotransmitters including dopamine, which are involved in musical pleasure. Here we examine how exercise influences music enjoyment, and test for a modulatory role of arousal, mood, and dopamine. Before and after exercise (12 min of vigorous running) and a rest control session, participants (n=20) listeneddoi:10.31234/osf.io/gy6qd fatcat:u23cbakffvh5nmiiufjmpduukm