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Table 1 Means, standard errors, and 95% confidence intervals of the GLMM analyses concerning the eight situations’ average pleasure, arousal, and dominance values

From: Contextualized music listening: playlists and the Mehrabian and Russell model

  Pleasure Arousal Dominance
Situation M SE 95% CI M SE 95% CI M SE 95% CI
Posh cocktail reception 2.72 0.14 [2.45, 2.99] 3.60 0.16 [3.29, 3.90] 3.47 0.15 [3.18, 3.77]
House party 2.25 0.13 [2.00, 2.50] 3.12 0.13 [2.87, 3.38] 3.72 0.13 [3.46, 3.98]
After a long day 3.14 0.12 [2.89, 3.38] 4.23 0.20 [3.83, 4.63] 3.64 0.16 [3.34, 3.95]
While doing the washing up/ironing 3.63 0.19 [3.26, 4.00] 4.51 0.18 [4.16, 4.87] 3.56 0.14 [3.29, 3.83]
At a wedding 2.09 0.12 [1.86, 2.32] 3.09 0.17 [2.76, 3.42] 3.90 0.19 [3.52, 4.27]
Before going to sleep 2.35 0.11 [2.13, 2.57] 4.43 0.21 [4.03, 4.84] 3.90 0.17 [3.57, 4.23]
While commuting on public transportation 3.54 0.17 [3.21, 3.87] 4.69 0.18 [4.33, 5.06] 4.07 0.17 [3.73, 4.41]
While jogging with an mp3 player 2.90 0.16 [2.59, 3.22] 3.15 0.16 [2.84, 3.46] 3.34 0.13 [3.07, 3.60]
  1. Note. N = 400 (50 per situation); SE = Standard error; CI = Confidence interval.