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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 that the music that we like can make others agitated?
And why do some people seem to have a natural ability to play music while others have difficulty carrying a tune? Systemisers Type S have a strong interest in patterns, systems and the rules that govern the world. For example, they can predict things such as whether someone studies maths and science, or humanities at university.
For the first time, we have shown that they can predict musical behaviour, too. Matching music with thinking style To study this phenomenon, we conducted multiple studies with over 4, participants.
On the other hand, systemisers preferred more intense music, as heard in hard rock, punk and heavy metal genres. Systemisers also preferred music with intellectual depth and complexity as heard in avant-garde classical genres.
Importantly, those who are Type B, had a tendency to prefer music that spans more of a range than the other two thinking styles. Our team worked with BBC Lab UK to recruit over 7, participants and assess them for five distinct personality dimensions: We also asked them to conduct various tasks that measured their musical ability, including remembering melodies and picking out rhythms.
We found that, next to musical training, the personality trait of openness was the strongest predictor of musical sophistication.
People who score highly for openness are imaginative, have a wide range of interests, and are open to new ways of thinking and changes in their environment.
We also found that extroverts who are often more talkative, assertive, and excitement-seeking had greater singing abilities.
Furthermore, we could apply this even to people who did not currently play a musical instrument, meaning there are people who have a potential for musical talent but are entirely unaware of it.
This research shows there are factors beyond our awareness that shape our musical experiences. We hope that these findings can be of help to teachers, parents, and clinicians.
Based on information about personality, educators can ensure that children with the potential for musical talent have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument.
Music therapists can use information about thinking style to help tailor their therapies for clients, too. We are also interested in how knowledge gained from science can help children and adults on the autism spectrum who have difficulties with communication, as we recently wrote in the journal Empirical Musicology Review.
This could also help people process emotions after experiencing a psychological trauma and when grieving a loss. In fact, initial findings from our lab suggest that people who experienced a traumatic event in childhood engage with music quite differently in adulthood than those who did not experience a trauma.
If you want to find out how you score on musical ability, preferences, and personality, you can take these tests at www.Taste Assessment Study of SHP in Healthy Adult Subjects.
A taste assessment was completed immediately after investigational product was administered to assess the subject's taste/liking of the formulation.
The assessment consisted of a 5-point rating scale. Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. Talk.
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