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Why certain types of music make our brains sing, and others don't

By Guilhem Marion, Doctorant en Sciences Cogntives de la Musique, École normale supérieure (ENS) – PSL
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When we listen to music, our brain predicts what will happen next. This prediction then influences whether or not we enjoy a song.The Conversation

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