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dc.contributor Kline, Linda en
dc.contributor.advisor Hibbard, David en
dc.contributor.author Casale, Samuel M. en
dc.contributor.other Van den Berg, Martin en
dc.date.accessioned 2016-09-27T17:32:02Z en
dc.date.available 2016-09-27T17:32:02Z en
dc.date.issued 2016-09-27 en
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10211.3/177939 en
dc.description.abstract With the rise of technology comes interesting new possibilities. It is commonplace for people to carry a constant source of entertainment in their pocket. Because of this, in live performance situations, the performer is now not guaranteed attention of their audience. The performers may feel a sense of competition to obtain the attention. Members of the crowd in attendance at any given time may feel the urge to differ their attention to the distraction of text messages, email, social media etc. This research asks the question of how this distraction affects the live performance, and the relationship value on audience attention has with competitiveness style. To answer this question a sample of 34 college level music history students completed questionnaires. Partial support that value placed on audience engagement was related to feelings of increased performance from audience engagement was found, and audience attention was not found to be predictive of competitiveness style. Implications of these results and suggestions for further research are discussed. en
dc.description.sponsorship CSU, Chico en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.subject Musical performers en
dc.subject Audience attention en
dc.subject Technology en
dc.subject Competitiveness en
dc.title The relationship between metaperceptions and competitiveness in perceived performance evaluation en
dc.college Behavioral and Social Sciences en
dc.program Psychology en
dc.degree MA en
dc.degree.option Psychological Science en

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