Our brain-computer interfacing technology uses music to make people happy

This article by Ian Daly, Eduardo R. Miranda & Slawomir Nasuto, originally appeared in Medical Xpress

Numerous studies have shown that listening to music leads to changes in activity in core brain networks known to underpin our experience of emotion. These networks include the deep  areas such as the amygdala, cerebellum, and cingulate gyrus. But they also consist of cortical areas on the surface of the brain including the auditory cortex, posterior temporal cortex, and the prefrontal cortex.

 

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