A selection of documentaries, print media, internet news and feature interviews, where my research has been discussed (over 100 international news sources):
Pacific Standard, “A new theory as to why we love sad music”, November 2017.
BBC (travel), “The European country that loves being sad”, November 2016.
NBC (today.com), “4 reasons we love sad songs: Unexpected rewards of melancholy music”, October 2014.
Daily Mail, “Feeling down? Then listen to sad music: Melancholy tunes lift our moods”, November 2014.
BBC (classical-music.com), “Does listening to sad music actually make you happier?”, November 2014.
Spiegel, “Warum uns traurige Musik guttut”, November 2014.
Le Monde, “La musique triste rend heureux”, November 2014.
The Independent, “Sad music is good for you, says new study”, November 2014.
Panorama, “Ascoltare musica triste fa bene all‘umore: ecco perché in 5 punti”, November 2014.
The Huffington Post, “There is a reason you love sad music after a break up, new study says”, November 2014.
Pacific Standard, “The positive emotional impact of sad music”, November 2014.
VICE (noisey), “Sad music is depressing; it‘s also healthy and good for your mind”, November 2014.
New York Magazine, “Wallowing in sad songs is the best, science confirms”, November 2014.
Mic.com, “There’s happy news for people who listen to sad songs”, November 2014.
Medical Daily, “Living vicariously through sad music: Sad songs actually give us peace of mind and a sense of nostalgia”, October 2014.
Boing Boing, “We listen to sad music to feel nostalgic”, November 2014.
VICE, Science of Sound X Ford, September 2017