It’s best to listen to music you are familiar with if you need intense focus for a project.
New music is surprising; since you don’t know what to expect, you are inclined to li...
For activities that don’t require concentration, music with lyrics has some benefits. But with immersive tasks, lyrics are especially destructive to our focus....
For those that do benefit from listening to music during creative sessions, an “ambient” presence of music appears to work best.
Researchers have shown that a moderate noise level ca...
When it comes to absorbing and retaining new information, distraction in any form is harmful. That includes music.
Music demands too much of your attention—even when the sounds are sub...
In a noisy workplace, music may be an escape.
While the open space may encourage more collaboration, the chatter can be too much for some people to handle and hurt productivity.
When a task is clearly defined and repetitive in nature, music is consistently helpful.
It isn’t the music itself, but rather the improved mood your favorite music brings that is the s...
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