This is an article about music and how what you listen to can tell people a lot abiut your personality and what your life is like..We’re exposed to music for nearly 20% of our waking lives. But much of our musical experience seems to be a mystery. Why does some music bring us to tears while other pieces make us dance? Why is it-Greenberg, David. “What Your Music Taste Says about Your Personality.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, 26 Nov. 2015, www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/what-your-music-taste-says-about-your-personality-a6749866.html.
However, the process also works the other way round. So what exactly is the relationship between our brains and music - and how can we use modern technology to fuse the connection more? That is the question the author is asking and what they wanted to answer. In the article they use research to help identify the effect music does have on our brains The Virgin, Admin. “What Does Our Music Taste Say about Us?” Virgin, 17 Apr. 2018, www.virgin.com/music/what-does-our-music-taste-say-about-us.
This article is a blog by Green \burg Styles where he discusses how your music taste can help improve your life.For example, systemizing was linked to preferences for Alexander Scriabin’s “Etude opus 65 no 3”. Importantly, those who are Type B, had a tendency to prefer music that spans more of a range than the other two thinking styles.Greenberg, David M. “What Your Musical Taste Says about Your Personality.” The Conversation, The Conversation, 1 May 2018, theconversation.com/what-your-musical-taste-says-about-your-personality-50492.
Historians sometimes consider songs as more or less straightforward “reflections” of the society and culture in which they were produced. These songs are then used to illustrate what historians already think they know about that society and culture. Visable Knowledge Project, History. “What Can Songs Tell Us About People and Society?” HISTORY MATTERS - The U.S. Survey Course on the Web, 2008, historymatters.gmu.edu/mse/songs/question5.html.
This info-graphic was created along side an article by Kate Baggaley. In both the picture and article it depicts how the music you listen to is linked to your brain and tells your characteristics. She classifies music into categories with more then one genre in each, She then takes these categories and attaches them to human emotions. This helps the reader identify what their music really does say about them . Baggaley, Kate. “What Your Favorite Music Says About Your 'Brain Type'.” Braindecoder, 27 July 2015, behdad.org/mirror/www.braindecoder.com/what-your-favorite-music-says-about-your-brain-type-1268716534.html.
Eric Barker, the author of this article, discuses the various things that music can do, including what the music you listen to can say about you. He speaks about how music can help and many ways, like relaxing and increasing productivity. It also plays a role in your emotions. For example he states that playing music with positive lyrics makes people more collaborative. He also says that music can tell a story about us even if the song isn't specifically about us. He also states that in a research study that before playing action games people who listen to angry music usually do be better and score higher in games. Barker, Eric. “What the Music You Love Says About You and How It Can Improve Your Life.” Time, Time, 10 Mar. 2014, time.com/16129/what-the-music-you-love-says-about-you-and-how-it-can-improve-your-life/.