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Published 11 months ago with 8 Comments

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  • Appaloosa

    Music definitely affects me this way, but so do other things like watching intense ice skating, or a gymnastic floor routine, ballet, operas and of course movies.

    • drunkenninja

      Yep, anything that induces an emotional reaction is up for grabs in this case. I also experience this.

  • StarFlower

    I liked that the article toward the end explained the link between listening to music and emotional well-being in general (regardless of whether or not the person gets chills). Interesting article.

    • Gozzin

      I liked that too. Most music does not give me chills,in fact,I hate most pop music.

      • Appaloosa

        Hard to define pop music, since we probably grew up with it, but yeah, I hear ya, the homogenized, commercialized swill today...I seem to be trapped in a loop!

  • sashinator

    Wait... do you mean to tell me that the reason my body is having a biological response is ... *gasp ... biological?!

  • 3rdWheel (edited 11 months ago)

    20 students is a horribly low number of participants for such a study. There’s no reason this study should be taken seriously.

    I think the number of people who have reactions to music is way more than 50%. I’d give a guess at 95%.

    • Appaloosa

      What part of the article said you were wrong, and what was the article trying to say?

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