This study examined the rating impression that was affected to the participants' judgement to a given picture, after listening different pieces of musics. The first factor was mood induction (affiliation/ depression/ control), and the second factor was listening time (two minutes/ seven minutes). Firstly, the experimental groups were presented with music only. After that, the participants rated their own mood statements. Secondly, after/ during listening to the music, the participants were presented with a picture, and then rated it. The results indicated that the effect of mood induction was identified between the affiliation and the control groups, and the induced mood affected the rating impression of the picture. A tendency was found that the depression group rated the picture depressively compared to the affiliation group. It was identified that the mood induction's effect was higher in the groups who had been listening to a longer time of music.