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When two people are attempting to get to know one another, music is the most likely early topic of conversation.
Musical tastes are a telling "social badge" that many feel can about others' personality upon learning their musical tastes. Musical taste actually suggests very little about a person's characteristics.
A team of French researchers has shown that playing the right music before asking for a date can increase a person's seductive powers.
Many studies have shown that media can affect our behaviour.
The grinning, curly-haired Barris became a familiar face as creator and host of "The Gong Show," which aired from 1976 to 1980.
Patterned after the Major Bowes Amateur Hour show that was a radio hit in the 1930s, the program featured performers who had peculiar talents and, often, no talent at all.
She asked participants to rate how similar the other person was to them on 10 personality traits and 10 values.
Then she asked participants to rate how easily they would be able to get along with that person.
That is what the team from the Bretagne-Sud and Paris-Sud Universities decided to find out.
In a previous experiment, they had shown how romantic songs played as background music in a flower shop encouraged men to spend more money.
They decided to design a new experiment to test whether songs with romantic lyrics would influence the dating behaviour of young single women. Based on the answers of participants to music questionnaires, they selected a 'neutral' song ("L'heure du the" from Vincent Delerm) and a romantic song ("Je l'aime a mourir" from Francis Cabrel) to use in the experiment.