Mind Control by Rhythmic Sound

I had always believed that ‘robotic’ music , particularly pop disco, could make us dumb. If classical music makes us smarter, there has to be an opposite that makes us dumber. I think this mind-blowing study by psychologist Annette Schirmer confirms that – and worse

‘Is this unconscious mind control by rhythmic sound only driving our bodily motions, or could it be affecting deeper mental processes?

‘The mystery runs deeper than previously thought, according to psychologist Annette Schirmer reporting new findings today at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in New Orleans. Rhythmic sound “not only coordinates the behavior of people in a group, it also coordinates their thinking—the mental processes of individuals in the group become synchronized.”…’

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