No, other things are more influentialYes, whether you realize it or notSometimes, but not always
Music = emotions
Whether you can perceive its or not, music will always affect your mood. Studies have shown that dopamine (a neurotransmitter related to reward and motivation) is released when someone listens to music they enjoy. Music that is not enjoyed can cause frustration or annoyance.
Yes, music with a tempo similar to your heart rate will result in a supportive rhythmNo, the music I listen to when I workout do not influence my performanceI'm not sure, I don't listen to music when I exercise
BPM = "Beats" per minute...the music is not the only thing beating...[Hint: the other thing is your heart]
This image displays the BPM (beats per minute) of various genres and connects them with a level of exercise in which they would help form a motivating rhythm matching your heart rate.
No, I've never had this experienceOther information or stimuli allow this to happen, not musicYes! Some songs let me re-play memories in my head
Of course they do! Well that's if you've heard YMCA but I mean who hasn't...
Through tests in several studies, music has allowed people to accurately identify specific information from past events. While these tests were set up, it is widely understood that songs are more than capable of triggering memories, whether they are good or bad.
It is effective.It is not effective.I do not know about music therapy, therefore, I cannot sayAll the above.
Results vary for each patient
Studies have proven that music therapy is extremely effective for some patients and not really effective for others. When it is effective, it works best along with traditional therapy and rehab methods.
Yes, music is one of, if not, the most powerful tools for inspiration and creativity and has helped advance as a speciesIt is important, but not THAT importantNo, not at all
Yes, yes it is. And yes, Darwin is jamming to the "evolution" of music.
Aside from music's creative power, it is one of the very few things that is truly universal. Music is a language and it is constantly changing and infinitely dynamic, and its connection to our brain is one of the most fascinating phenomena. Imagine the entire history of mankind without any music, that is an extremely disturbing idea. Luckily, it is an idea and not a reality.