Music Habits Analyzed Through Tracking: Steven Jonas

July 2, 2018

Steven Jonas presented his interesting project, Spaced Listening to the Bay Area Meetup Group at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley in 2017. In this project, Steven takes a very active role in his music engagement to increase his listening palate.

Steven knows that he needs to listen to an album a few times before he begins to like it. Despite knowing this, he found that he often chose not to listen to a new album because he knew it would be somewhat unpleasant. In this talk, he shows a system he created that schedules when he should listen to a particular album in the hopes that it would lead him to liking new music.

Steven Jonas presents "Spaced Listening" in Berkeley at the Haas School of Business
Steven Jonas presents “Spaced Listening” in Berkeley at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley
Steven's timing schedule of when to introduce new songs
Steven’s schedule for listening to a new album.

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