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Cognitive Dissonance: Musicians' Brain React Differently to Inharmonious Sounds

News   Oct 14, 2019 | Original story from Pompeu Fabra University

 
Cognitive Dissonance: Musicians' Brain React Differently to Inharmonious Sounds

Topographic map of how the brain reacts in musicians and non-musicians. Credit: Juan M. Toro (UPF)

 
 
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