Many things in this world shape our attitudes; it can be the people we associate ourselves with, the television we watch and the music we hear. The music we listen to can have a great effect on how we come to grow as a person and how we treat others. Music has both positive and negative inflictions on people, it just depends on what music you like to listen to. For instance, according to the American Psychological Association, people who listened to violent lyrics had an increase in aggressive behavior. The article states that “repeated exposure to violent lyrics may contribute to the development of an aggressive personality and could indirectly create a more hostile social environment” INCLUDE SOME BOOK INFORMATION HERE
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