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Study: Violent metal music listeners are nice people
Recent australian research shows that heavy metal music fans react the same way to violent images than others.The study was listened to Bloodbath-band pieces. Picture of singer Nick Holmes. ZUMAWIRE / MVPHOTOS

When the post-growth shift to kuulokkeis get hard, violent lyrics got mixed with some metal music, many parents might think about going to young that ruined.

did Not go, but even on the contrary.

This was evident in the australian Macquarie University study, which was carried out, numb does death metal music with violent imagery.

Today, Wednesday, The Royal Society published research showed unequivocally that the death metal music fans react the same way to violence and threats than the comparison persons, who do not normally listen to violent music.

Cheerful and gloomy music comparison

an australian university the study included 32 metal music person and as controls 48 it any less of a person.

Test test the listening of the Swedish Bloodbath-a band of very violent Eatee-name pieces, as well as Pharrell Williams happy bubbling Happy-pieces.

at the Same time, subjects were shown a picture, one of which had a violent theme and the other with a neutral topic. The images were presented to different eyes, when researchers can track how the subjects brains reacted to images and music in various combinations.

Normally, the human brain react to danger in the present image sensitive, because evolutionarily humans has been important to prepare for various threats.

This study also operate in the metal music of the treated persons brain, i.e. runsaskaan heavy music listening has not changed of their brain reaction to the image presented in the dangers or violence.

Violent music fans were given according to the study of metal music, however, positive emotional sensations, but it's because according to researchers, most likely to the fact that the music was familiar to them.

Music affects unlike video games

a BBC interview by professor Bill Thompson pictures of death metal music lovers a downright nice person, and, according to the expert of parents or religious groups therefore have reason to be concerned about heavy music.

Research on the basis of the music seems to be affected in various ways as, for example, video games which have been shown, at least to some extent, numbing people to violent imagery.

blood bath the british singer Nick Holmes told me, that the band's violent lyrics are harmless fun. According to him, the majority of death metal fans are intelligent and thoughtful people who take their music with passion.

– the Same as those who are passionate about horror films or even the battle of animating, Holmes images.

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