David Huron on the science of sad sounds

In this video, David Huron discusses the possible therapeutic value of sad music.

These are the three articles I’ve posted to my CiteULike page which were written by Dr. Huron.

Huron, D. (2008). Science & music: lost in music. Nature, 453(7194):456-457.

Huron, D. and Margulis, E. H. (2010). Music, Expectancy, and Thrills., pages 575-604. Oxford University Press.

Huron, D. (2001). Is music an evolutionary adaptation? Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 930(1):43-61.

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