Burnett does not use many sources to support his claim. (The brain likes…
Burnett does not use many sources to support his claim.
The brain likes music.
It has to a medium level of syncopation to activate the pleasure part of the brain.
Chaotic music is not well liked by the brain.
Monotonous sounds are too boring for the brain.
It has to do with attention
Unconscious is potent during dull tasks
Music is a good replacement for "annoying" noises during the tedious tasks.
Pink Noise (less invasive than white noise).
It is supposed to boost productivity and reduce distractions.
Mix reviews at best.
Type of "noise" is important.
Music you like helps you focus were music you don't like impedes it.
Music affects the mood.
Video game music tracks tend to work the best.
There is no lyrics in video game music
The brain likes to focus on human voices.
Some of the sources do not relate to the claims.
A study on stroke patients and how that affects the brain's subconscious and conscious. Nothing to do with the claim.
Cocktail party affect. Singling out one voice. Does not really relate to the claim that it is harder to focus on work if there is lyrics to a song.
Repetition of seeing a fearful or neutral face affect parts of the brain. Has nothing to even do with how music affects the brain.