Julia Vigl, PhD MSc MA


Personality Psychology, Differential Psychology & Assessment

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Research Interests

Music Psychology:

  • Associations between musicality, empathy and linguistic abilities
  • Assessment of prosodic discrimination ability (test development)
  • Emotion induction through music: influence of various factors, such as performance, context, personality traits or musical structure.
  • Emotions in response to art
  • Musical tempo memory
  • Stress and mood regulation through music

Relationship Psychology:

  • Couple relationships and external stress
  • Division of housework, sense of justice
  • Attachment style

Teaching

  • VO Psychology of Personality and Individual Differences I
  • UE Computer Aided Data Evaluation I & II (SPSS & R)
  • UE Practice, Performance assessment
  • Supervision of Master’s Theses

Participate in ongoing studies

Are you motivated to help us with our currently running studies? Take part in one of these interesting projects

Emotions in Arts
This study addresses emotions felt when looking at paintings and listening to music, and examines which aspects of personality are associated with particularly intense emotions.

Duration:    60-70 min.
Inclusion criteria:  None
Benefits:  10 euros

Publications

Conference Contributions

  • Vigl, J., Talamini, F., Strauss, H., & Zentner, M. (2023, September 25). Trajectories of Relationship and Sexual Satisfaction Over two Years in the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Latent Class Analysis. 17. Arbeitstagung der Fachgruppe Differentielle Psychologie, Pers√∂nlichkeitspsychologie und Psychologische Diagnostik, DPPD, Salzburg, Austria. [Conference poster]
  • Vigl, J., Talamini, F., & Zentner, M. (2023, September 14-16). Colours and Sounds: A Study of Aesthetic Emotions in Paintings and Music. GAPS2 conference, Graz, Austria. [Conference presentation]
  • Vigl, J. & Zentner, M. (2023, August 24-28). Factors influencing music emotion induction. ICMPC17 conference, Japan, Tokyo (online participation). [Conference presentation]
  • Vigl, J., Talamini, F., Strau√ü, H., & Zentner, M. (2023, June 2). Tuning in to Emotion: Investigating the Association between Musical Ability, Prosodic Discrimination Skills and Vocal Emotion Recognition. Pscience Day conference, Innsbruck, Austria. [Conference poster]
  • Vigl, J., Talamini, F., Strau√ü, H., & Zentner, M. (2022, July 12-15).¬†A Prospective Study of Relationship and Sexual Satisfaction During the First Year of the COVID-19¬†Pandemic: Associations with Internal and External Stressors. ECP 2022 conference, Madrid, Spain. [Conference presentation]
  • Vigl, J., Gerstgrasser, S., & Zentner, M. (2022, July 12-15).¬†The Role of Individual Differences in Musical Emotion Induction. ECP 2022 conference, Madrid, Spain. [Conference presentation]
  • Vigl, J. & Zentner, M. (2022, June 10).¬†The Role of Performance Expressivity in Musical Emotion Induction. Pscience Day conference, Innsbruck, Austria. [Conference presentation]
  • Vigl, J., Gerstgrasser, S., & Zentner, M. (2022, June 10).¬†The Role of Individual Differences in Musical Emotion Induction. Pscience Day conference, Innsbruck, Austria. [Conference poster]
  • Vigl, J., Talamini, F., Strau√ü, H., & Zentner, M. (2022, February 16-19).¬†A prospective Study of Relationship and Sexual Satisfaction during the First Year of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Influence of Internal and External Stressors. SPSP Annual Convention, Close Relationships Preconference (online). [Conference presentation]
  • Vigl, J., Talamini, F., Strau√ü, H., & Zentner, M. (2022, February 18-19).¬†Relationship Satisfaction During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Cognitive Science Arena, Brixen, Italy. [Conference presentation]