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What can the biological study of music show us?

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What value could be gained by adding biological measures to the psychological study of music? What unanswered questions can these measures help us solve?

Join us for a discussion session based on the following papers:

Fancourt, D., Ockelford, A., & Belai, A. (2014). The psychoneuroimmunological effects of music: a systematic review and a new model. Brain Behav. Immun. 36, 15—26.

Fancourt, D. (2016). An introduction to the psychoneuroimmunology of music: History, future collaboration and a research agenda. Psychology of Music, 44, 168-182

This talk is part of the The Centre for Music and Science (CMS) series.

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