This article by Professors Psyche Loui & Ajay Satpute originally appeared in Medical Xpress
Once upon a time, there was a man. He loved art and photography, but when friends would talk about the concerts they’d gone to over the weekend, he couldn’t bring himself to care. This man has musical anhedonia, a neurological condition that causes about five percent of people to not enjoy music. He is also patient zero in a new Northeastern University study, which puts his social predicament front and center.
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