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The Netflix way: Should Rdio and Spotify launch their own labels for exclusive music?

The Netflix way: Should Rdio and Spotify launch their own labels for exclusive music? | Music... what would be of us without it? | Scoop.it
The emergence of Netflix as a content creator has had a profound impact on its popularity as a TV and movie streaming service. In a relatively short space of time, it's grown to become ...

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Bird listening to birdsong feels same emotions as humans - Daily News & Analysis

Bird listening to birdsong feels same emotions as humans - Daily News & Analysis | Music... what would be of us without it? | Scoop.it
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Bird listening to birdsong feels same emotions as humans
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A bird listening to birdsong may experience some of the same emotions as a human listening to music, a study has found.

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Personality| Psychology of Music

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"It is a simple truth: music effects behavior. For example, many are willing to wait in line for hours and pay hefty ticket prices just to see a favorite band live in concert. And students often listen to dance music while getting dressed for the club, in order to get "pumped up". Such behaviors lead researchers to ask, not why, but HOW music is able to affect us emotionally (Juslin & Sloboda, 2006)."


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Music helps to wake up good, to sleep good, to make love good, to exercise good, to......

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Study discovers listening to new music is good for you

Study discovers listening to new music is good for you | Music... what would be of us without it? | Scoop.it
Canadian scientists use MRI scans to analyse the brain when listening to unheard songs (RT @jonesse: Listening to new music: It's good for the brain http://t.co/YpmDFFWKfP #psychology #music)...

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playalongjon's curator insight, April 24, 2013 3:46 PM

Glad to hear that .