The researchers say that reversing the vision of people who improve music creativity.
The psychologists at Lancashire University, Gävle University, Sweden, and Lancaster University, investigated the impact of backward music performance on verbal themes that they believe in using creativity.
Rear music "dramatically damaged" has found the ability of people to complete their creative ability to verify their ability, but there was no background noise in the background library.
For example, a participant discusses three words (for example, costumes, brands, flowers), in order to combine a single word to match (in this case "sun") a common word or phrase (eg sundress, sun sun and sun).
The researchers used three experiments, doing the verbal tasks of a quiet environment:
- Foreign foreign music (with strangers)
- Instrumental lyrics without lyrics
- Music with popular lyrics
Dr. Neil McLatchie, from Lancaster University, said: "We have found strong evidence of harmful performance by comparing background music with the conditions of the pleasurable conditions."
Researchers suggest that music is a mix of oral work memory.
The third experiment, with musical exposure with well-known lyrics, despite the fact that creativity was damaged, whether music motivated mood or not, made a positive mood, whether the participants liked it or did the participants participate in music.
Nonetheless, there was no significant difference between quiet quality and noise in the library's conditions.
Researchers say that the noise of the library is a "stable state" environment, and it is not confusing.
"When finished, discoveries here cast doubt on the sight of people who improve their creativity, instead they show music, regardless of the presence of semantic content (non-letters, well-known letters or non-known letters).
Adults are mainly negative in the music of the town
Emma Threadgold et al, Background music creativity is included: Proof of remote compound compositions, Applied Cognitive Psychology (2019). DOI: 10.1002 / acp.3532
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