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  1. Musical preferences depend on the type of thinking

    According to the BBC Russian service, a group of scientists conducted a study of about 4,000 respondents. The aim of the study was to identify patterns between the type of human thinking and preferred music.

    Each respondent was given 50 fragments of 26 different styles of music to listen to and was asked to rate each piece on a 10-point scale. In addition, scientists have compiled a special survey to identify the type of human thinking.

    The researchers drew the following conclusions from the experiment:

    People who prefer emotions over rational thinking tend to prefer melodic music, while rationalists, on the contrary, respect heavy metal.

  2. I don't know, but I don't think people who listen to rap are less intellectually developed. Although they never realize it. They think that they listen to music “with meaning”, but, most often, the meaning in those songs is quite simple and lies on the surface. I also look at people who listen to rap, and most of them are very stupid and limited. Often in rap they raise completely ” low ” topics. And classical music, high-quality electronic music (not trap and other hip-hop tracks, but such artists as Space, Jean Michel Jarre, Daft Punk and others), rock music (with the exception of bad rock music) make you think for yourself: imagine pictures in your head, imagine the meaning of music, and so on. I know there are a lot of rappers here, but I don't care what they think, and I hope they don't care what I think.

  3. Music preferences and Iq are not related in any way. Man is an amazing creature in terms of immersion and perception. He can perceive any work of art both superficially and with almost infinite detail. All the snobbery that, for example, electronic music is “stupid”, but the classics are understandable only to people with high Iqs, nothing more than snobbery and prejudice. In all styles there are the most complex works, the only question is whether we can hear this complexity.

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