Much of the research into the emotional and behavioral effects of popular music has focused on heavy metal, though a few studies have also included rock and grunge music. Overall, the popular belief that listening to certain musical styles causes a variety of behavioral problems is not supported. Emotional Response While a number of researchers have associated heavy metal music with depression or anger, these effects do not usually occur when heavy metal is the listener’s musical preference. A study of more than 1,000 gifted students aged 11-18 found that heavy metal music is used for cathartic release and to dissipate negative emotions, particularly among those with low self-esteem (ScienceDaily, 22 March 2007).
Originally posted by halfoldman
reply to post by Night Star
Well, the Cookie Monster still sometimes shows us how it's originally meant to be done.
Everything else is just a cheap derivative.
edit on 23-11-2012 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Night Star
I get a kick out of the lead singers in some bands that sound like the cookie monster.
Originally posted by JamesLimelight
Being a gamer and a metal-head, when I can combine these two things, I find it VERY therapeutic. As a result, I give you all this:
edit on 26-11-2012 by JamesLimelight because: (no reason given)
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