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Identical   music                                                            S1                              Rachmaninoff ...
chills correlate with reward circuit activity                                Blood & Zatorre, PNAS, 2001
Dopamine Release          Salimpoor et al., Nature Neuroscience, 2011
Musical Tastepreference             complexity
Does performance matter?ExpressiveMechanical
Expressive > MechanicalExperienced > Inexperienced Listeners                      Chapin et al., PlosOne 2010
Mirror Neuron System           Bangert et al., Neuroimage, 2006
Thank you.Web: www.indreviskontas.com             @indrevisBlog: www.indre.viskontas.com/blog/blog.htmlPodcast: www.pointo...
Activation correlating with tempo fluctuations during expressive music
•Chills tend to be clustered in one part ofthe music•Highly reproducible•Intrinsic (but not necessarily explicit)knowledge...
Indre Viskontas on "Music and Brain" at a LASER
Indre Viskontas on "Music and Brain" at a LASER
Indre Viskontas on "Music and Brain" at a LASER
Indre Viskontas on "Music and Brain" at a LASER
Indre Viskontas on "Music and Brain" at a LASER
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  1. 1. © Manu Diaz
  2. 2. Identical music S1 Rachmaninoff Barber Barber Rachmaninoff S2Blood & Zatorre, PNAS, 2001
  3. 3. chills correlate with reward circuit activity Blood & Zatorre, PNAS, 2001
  4. 4. Dopamine Release Salimpoor et al., Nature Neuroscience, 2011
  5. 5. Musical Tastepreference complexity
  6. 6. Does performance matter?ExpressiveMechanical
  7. 7. Expressive > MechanicalExperienced > Inexperienced Listeners Chapin et al., PlosOne 2010
  8. 8. Mirror Neuron System Bangert et al., Neuroimage, 2006
  9. 9. Thank you.Web: www.indreviskontas.com @indrevisBlog: www.indre.viskontas.com/blog/blog.htmlPodcast: www.pointofinquiry.comOpera: www.operaontap.org/san-franciscoChamber Music: www.vocallective.com
  10. 10. Activation correlating with tempo fluctuations during expressive music
  11. 11. •Chills tend to be clustered in one part ofthe music•Highly reproducible•Intrinsic (but not necessarily explicit)knowledge of the music is important •Grewe et al, Music Perception, 2007

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