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Table 2 Deviation contrast results from the GLMM analyses regarding the eight situations’ average pleasure, arousal, and dominance values

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

Deviation Contrasts Pleasure Arousal Dominance
t   95% CI η2 t   95% CI η2 t 95% CI η2
Posh cocktail reception - mean -0.79   [-0.36, 0.15] .002 -1.74   [-0.55, 0.03] .008 -1.60 [-0.50, 0.05] .007
House party - mean -4.68 *** [-0.82, -0.34] .054 -5.63 *** [-0.99, -0.48] .076 0.13 [-0.23, 0.27] .000
After a long day - mean 2.73 ** [0.09, 0.53] .019 2.04 * [0.01, 0.74] .011 -0.40 [-0.34, 0.23] .000
While doing the washing up/ironing - mean 4.73 *** [0.47, 1.14] .055 3.92 *** [0.33, 0.99] .038 -1.04 [-0.40, 0.12] .003
At a wedding - mean -6.49 *** [-0.96, -0.52] .098 -4.80 *** [-0.07, -0.45] .057 1.14 [-0.15, 0.54] .003
Before going to sleep - mean -4.34 *** [-0.70, -0.26] .046 3.05 ** [0.21, 0.95] .024 1.31 [-0.10, 0.51] .004
While commuting on public transportation - mean 4.83 *** [0.42, 1.00] .057 4.94 *** [0.51, 1.17] .060 2.31 [0.06, 0.68] .014
While jogging with an mp3 player - mean 0.50   [-0.22, 0.37] .001 -4.71 *** [-1.00, -0.41] .055 -2.82 [-0.62, -0.11] .020
  1. Note. DF = 387 for Pleasure and Dominance, and 384 for Arousal; *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001.