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After listening to music and then testing the change in heart rate, does gender differ?
Question Date: 2012-01-09
Answer 1:

Why dont you do this experiment?

According to the results that I found while searching for information for you, there is nothing that says that gender makes a difference in heart rate when a person listens to music. It is more about the personality than the gender what influences the change in heart rate due to musical tempo.

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