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Music Psychology

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Kaitlyn Orzechowski

on 9 June 2013

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Transcript of Music Psychology

Finally Earworms Songs that get stuck in your head

Called Cognitive Itch

Usually most played songs on the radio Mood Facial expressions

Induces feelings and emotions

Chills of music

Epileptic Sensitivity Personality Behavior Your Music Personality Pop Controlling the Mind One Song at A Time By: Kaitlyn Orzechowski Feelings and emotions

Alter the way you feel

Affects beliefs Psychology of musical preferences

Personality based on music

Very personal Rap/Hip Hop Country Rock/Heavy Metal Indie Dance Possible Products Works Cited Radwan, M. Rarouk. “How Music Can Change the Way You Think And Affect Your Brain.” Brady Advertising. Brady Advertising, n.d. Web. 20 Nov. 2012.
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