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Music is a vocal or instrumental sound which combined to produce harmony, beauty of form, and expression of emotion. Music psychology examines the psychological processes underlying activities such as playing, listening to, and composing music. Research in the Psychology of Music uses psychological theories and methods to explain and understand musical behaviours, musical sounds, and the effects of music.
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International Journal of School and Cognitive Psychology, Applied and Rehabilitation Psychology: Open Access, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology and Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology, Music psychology Journals.