The Impact of Musical Preferences on Students' Adaptation

Е V Romanova, Yu R Pirozhenko, N V Patz, V A Bobrovsky, L M Lapshina
2020 Proceedings of the International Scientific and Practical Conference on Education, Health and Human Wellbeing (ICEDER 2019)   unpublished
The article considers the influence of various musical genres on the adaptation of first-year students to the educational process. The dependence of the level of adaptation on the frequency of listening to music is traced. The most popular music genre is defined. The characteristic features of the influence of the most popular musical genres on first-year students are highlighted and described. A brief description of the electrical activity of the brain is provided, which manifests itself in
more » ... ifests itself in the form of brain waves. The principle of action of musical waves on the physiological rhythms of a person and the waves emitted by the brain is described. The influence of the media on changing the musical preferences of modern youth is determined. The influence of rhythm and various frequencies on the psychoemotional state of students is also shown. The main goals of listening to music are identified. Classical music is proved to have a significant harmonizing effect on a person's mental state. A comparison of the influence of classical, rock, and pop music on students is made in the paper. The percentage of students who have adapted and not adapted so far is calculated, and the dependence of this phenomenon on the preferred musical genres is revealed. The use of music as aid is established. Its main effect is aimed at regulating psychosomatic and psychqo-emotional processes and correcting personal development. The article describes the basic functions of music, such as sedative (relaxation), stimulating, and cathartic. The article describes the following: elements of musical culture (music and musical instruments); musical values and tastes; musical communities (professional and non-professional), as well as individual actors (musicians and persons performing musical activities); the audience and individual listeners of musical works; musical organizations and structures providing relevant activities; social practices that should be accompanied by music (including holidays, ceremonies, rituals). The main content of this research is the analysis of the results of a survey conducted among students of humanities and natural areas. The article summarizes materials on the topic under study, but the effect of various sound stimuli on humans is not well understood and requires further research.
doi:10.2991/iceder-19.2020.60 fatcat:dy732rfuujdwtfelebvd62rrpq