The Influence of music on worker productivity
Convenience Sampling will be used for my research paper to focus on studying whether participants who are randomly available and open to contribute to the study. This study will generalize the population because every person is effected by music in one way or the other. I would focus on having an open age group because I am interested to test the effects of music as well as binaural beats to children all the way up to the elder population. I might encounter some ethical issues of using binaural beats on children based on the fact that most of the population is not fully aware of what it is or what it does to people. Does the sample generalize to the population? Explain why or why not. What inclusion criteria would be used? What exclusion criteria would be used, if any? What ethical issues might be encountered when collecting your information from this sample?
Emotional responses to music: The need to consider underlying mechanisms http://pubcare.uu.se/digitalAssets/31/31194_BBS_article.pdf
Research indicates that people value music primarily because of the emotions it evokes. Yet, the notion of musical emotions
The BASES Expert Statement on the Use of Music in Exercise
Music use by exercisers and athletes has become commonplace but selection of music is often intuitive rather than scientific. For this reason, sport and exercise scientists have considered the role of evidence-based music prescription for physical activity.
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This study examined relations between stereo headset use and employee work responses.
IMPLICATIONS OF MUSIC AND BRAIN RESEARCH
Music is the hallmarks of what it means to be a human being.
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