Published July 1999
by Routledge .
Written in English
International Library of Psychology
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||292|
Routledge us now re-issuing this prestigious series of volumes originally published between and The title include works by key figures such as C.G. Jung, Sigmund Freud, Jean Piaget, Otto Rank, James Hillman, Erich Fromm, Karen Horney, and Susan Issacs. Each volume is available on its own, as part of a themed mini-set, or as part of a specially priced volume set. 7 Essential Books on Music, Emotion, and the Brain What Freud has to do with auditory cheesecake, European opera and world peace. By Maria Popova. Last year, Horizon’s fascinating documentary on how music works was one of our most-liked pickings of But perhaps even more fascinating than the subject of how music works is the question of. More about this book In “Why You Love Music,” John Powell, a physicist who has also studied musical composition, offers an array of answers that mainly reflect his . Recent research shows that music can help in many aspects of the brain, including pain reduction, stress relief, memory, and brain injuries. In the book The Power of Music, Elena Mannes says, “Scientists have found that music stimulates more .
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Music is a fundamental attribute of the human species. Virtually all cultures, from the most primitive to the most advanced, make music. It's been true through history, and it's true throughout an individual's lifespan. In tune or not, we humans sing and hum; in time or not, we clap and sway; in step or not, we dance and bounce. These are the main positive effects of the influence of music: It strengthens learning and memory. It regulates hormones related to stress. Pleasant experiences and memories are evoked. The overall effect is like listening to music underwater. But when listening to the human voice, one can still detect whether it's a woman or a man. . Barry Goldstein, a recording artist who has studied the vibrational effects of music for more than 25 years, says music has a profound impact on the brain.