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Songs that convey sorrowful emotions enjoy widespread popularity. The expressions and effects of negative emotions vary considerably across cultures and musical forms. This study explores the physiological responses to five popular "heartbreak" songs, focusing on the relationships between the temporal dynamics of emotion and the verse-chorus form. Listeners' skin conductance and finger temperature were used to infer levels of arousal and relaxation, and the analysis of these time-series datadoi:10.1177/1029864914542671 fatcat:kfk4bzkbr5hhhkuawcp5dd6hs4