Music is heard by people daily in many parts of the world, and affects people in ...
novel music like classical, jazz, and eclecticism, and intense and rebellious
music. ... but do not prefer popula...
Apr 11, 2013 ... Music moves people of all cultures, in a way that doesn't seem to happen .... do
we have to listen to a song before we know whether we like it?
Feb 7, 2013 ... It's clear that a human brain knows a good tune when it hears one.
Jan 12, 2015 ... On the other hand, people tend to tire of pop music more readily than they do of
jazz, for the same reason—it can become too predictable.
Apr 15, 2013 ... If making music isn't the most ancient of human activities, it's got to be pretty close
. ... and earlier research, has to do with pattern recognition and prediction. ... and
still in line with our brain's prediction, we tend to like it a lot.
Pinker In This Is Your Brain on Music: The Science of a Human Obsession,
Daniel Levitin ... Why do we become so energetic just by some periodic waves?
Aug 20, 2015 ... I found this very odd, surely no one could love music so much that ... don't care
about it nearly as much as, from what I can tell, most people do).
Apr 19, 2013 ... We like music because it makes us feel good. ... Using magnetic resonance
imaging they showed that people listening to pleasurable music had ... But why
would a sequence of sounds with no obvious survival value do the ...
Mar 6, 2014 ... Think of your favourite piece of music. Do you get shivers when the music swells
or the chorus kicks in? Or are the opening few bars enough to ...
Jun 20, 2010 ... We don't always want notes to agree in this way, but we do most of the time. ... If
you look at "serious" music, like classical or jazz, anticipation and release are ...
It's the same with music, but people often close up their range of ...