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Canadian scientists figure out what makes us buy musicApril 16, 2013
Researchers at the Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University scanned participants’ brains as they heard particular patterns of sounds for the very first time. They found that neural activity in a part of the ‘pleasure center’ of the brain reacts differently for different individuals depending on the kind of music they have listened to throughout their lives. Activity in this region also predicted how much people were willing to pay for music. Learn more...In Other News:
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