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Attitudes towards Medieval and Neomedieval Music in Computer Games

University of New England, Australia
Collyer, Rachel ; Stoessel, Jason
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Rights holder: Rachel Collyer

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jason.stoessel@une.edu.au

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The data is the anonymised responses of participants to an experiment which examined attitudes to music in medieval-themed computer games. Data was collected online using a survey hosted the Qualtrics platform. A Likert scale was used to measure respondents attitudes to randomised pairs of medieval, neomedieval and jazz music sample with images from popular role playing computer games.
Human Ethics Research Committee Approval number HE20-024

Issued: 2020-09-30

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text: Australia

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