Xavier Journal of Undergraduate Research

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I Learned it From the Radio


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Although music is a large part of most people’s daily lives, many don’t stop to examine the impact it could be having on the way they communicate with others. However, music, persuasion, and priming are so integrally intertwined that further examination of the relationship beckons researchers more and more today. This essay explores whether or not music may serve as a priming mechanism for subsequent behaviors and conflict resolution styles. It also highlights the connection between music, social learning theory, priming, and conflict resolution.

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