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We’re all familiar with the use of music as a tool of persuasion in advertising. There’s also research that’s looked at the social influence of lyrics – for example, there’s evidence that songs with antisocial lyrics can increase hostile and aggressive feelings, whereas positive lyrics such as in Michael Jackson’s Heal the World can reduce aggression . Positive music can also increase people’s willingness to do good deeds . Yet studies also show that positive music can have paradoxically negative outcomes, for example increasing people’s acceptance of messages endorsing harm to others . A new study published in the Psychology of Music takes this further by testing whether positive music increases people’s willingness to do bad things to others.

Naomi Ziv atThe College of Management Academic Studies recruited 120 undergrad participants (24 men) to take part in what they thought was an investigation into the effects of background music on cognition. Consistent with the cover story, the students (tested one at a time) had to underline the vowels in a passage of text while music played in the background or, if they were in the control group, they completed the task in silence.

The students in the background music condition were exposed to one of three types of music. Some students heard James Brown’s I Got You (I Feel Good) , chosen in pre-testing because people enjoyed it, found it positive, and were familiar with it:

Other students were played Elvis Crespo’s Suavemente , chosen because it was enjoyable, positive and familiar, but the participants wouldn’t be able to understand the Spanish lyrics:

Finally, another group of students were played an instrumental piece – Boston Horns’ Pink Polyester – chosen because it was enjoyable and positive but unfamiliar:

The key test came after the students had completed the underling task. With the music still playing in the background, the male researcher made the following request of the participants:

“There is another student who came especially to the college today to participate in the study, and she has to do it because she needs the credit to complete her course requirements. The thing is, I don’t feel like seeing her. Would you mind calling her for me and telling her that I’ve left and she can’t participate?”

A higher proportion of the students in the background music condition (65.6 per cent) than the no-music control condition (40 per cent) agreed to perform this task, which involved lying and would have left another student in hot water for not completing her course requirements. In fact if participants agreed to make the call, the researcher pretended to receive a text message to say the student wasn’t coming in to college after all. Focusing on the specific types of music, only James Brown and Elvis Crespo were associated with greater compliance, suggesting that music needs to be both liked and familiar to exert this persuasive effect.

Moreover, as time progresses, social media timelines are flooded with various Facebook and Instagram posts that are carbon copies of rehearsed responses. Majority of the posts include the same, tired message: “This year, I am participating in one of the largest student-run philanthropies in the country – Northwestern University Dance Marathon. In the fall, more than 1,000 students will register to dance for an incredible cause, and I am excited to be a part of it …” The constant bombardment of the same, constructed, rehearsed message demonstrates the ways in which some dancers have no personal connection to the cause or the mission.

Dance Marathon has implemented a program that encourages volunteering for individuals who cannot fundraise the expected $400, but does not require every dancer to volunteer their own time. There is minimal connection between the nonprofit and the dancers unless the individual wishes to get involved. Therefore, Dance Marathon brands itself as self-congratulatory. After Dance Marathon there are a myriad of Instagram posts and Facebook statuses reminiscent of the “saviors” who go on voluntourism trips. Dance Marathon is self-congratulatory in the sense that it draws attention to the $400 raised and the 30 hours danced rather than the work that the beneficiary accomplishes. A pat on the back is given and the cause is forgotten until the next beneficiary is chosen for the following year. The last moments of Dance Marathon feature the exec team standing arm-in-arm as they reveal the final amount raised. Cheers, applause, screams and tears are heard and seen among the dancers, and their work is done. The self-rehearsed posts, the lack of knowledge of the beneficiary and the lack of interaction between the dancers and the nonprofit points to how some dancers disassociate themselves from doing actual impactful work.

So what are dancers and Dance Marathon supposed to do? I would suggest being more critical of the social impact you are making not only on this campus, but in this world. Money cannot be thrown on organizations in order to fix systemic issues that are deeply entrenched in our society. That is similar to putting a Band-Aid on a bullet wound. We must address the wound first through education, critical thought and dialogue. With these steps in mind, we can then push for a more positive and impactful way to give to the world.

Toni Akunebu, Weinberg junior

This letter has been updated to clarify that the $400 fundraising goal is an expectation for dancers, not necessarily a strict requirement.


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Conditions that may develop by direct extension of S pneumoniae from the nasopharynx include the following:

Otitis media
Acute exacerbations of chronic bronchitis (AECB)
Pneumonia (which may be complicated by purulent pericarditis)

Conditions that may result from vascular invasion and hematogenous spread of S pneumoniae include the following:

Bacteremia (most common manifestation of invasive pneumococcal disease)
Joint and bone infections (osteomyelitis and septic arthritis)
Soft tissue infections (eg, myositis, periorbital cellulitis, abscess)
Cardiac infections (eg, endocarditis)

See Clinical Presentation for more detail.

If a pneumococcal infection is suspected or considered, Gram stain and culture of appropriate specimens should be obtained, when possible. Potential specimens may include 1 or more of the following:

Cerebrospinal fluid
Pleural fluid or lung aspirate
Joint fluid
Other abscess or tissue specimens

All S pneumoniae isolates, regardless of the isolation site, should be tested for susceptibility to penicillin and cefotaxime or ceftriaxone. Susceptibilities based on the type of specimen (CSF versus other) were defined by the Clinical and Laboratory Institute (CLSI) in 2008. [, ]

Nonspecific laboratory tests that may support the diagnosis include the following:

Complete blood count and differential
Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)
C-reactive protein (CRP)

Imaging studies that may be helpful include the following:

Chest radiography
Ultrasonography of the chest
Computed tomography (CT) of the chest, sinuses, face, or affected bones or joints
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain (in meningitis) or affected bones and joints

Other modalities that may help define the extent of infection include the following:

Middle-ear fluid aspiration
Pleural fluid aspiration
Chest tube thoracostomy or catheter placement
Video-assisted thoracoscopy (VATS) or pleural decortication
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