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We know that music has a profound affect on people, but what exactly does it do to their braid - the their ability to think, make decisions or learn.
This infographic from the University of Florida also includes some interesting correlations between brainwaves and emotions.
Bruce Houghton on 11/12/2013 in D.I.Y., Music Tech | Permalink
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"what exactly does it do to their braid?"
Oh, you must be talking about longhair music. :)
11/12/2013 at 02:49 PM
That's a good one, Goldilocks.
You're always thinking about hair!
Research does show that loud music leads to split ends!
James Catterall |
11/14/2013 at 04:50 PM
As a music and neuroscience researcher, I'm glad to see Hypebot sharing things like this!
Diana Christine Hereld |
11/20/2013 at 01:09 AM
i have just found this new music shop on the web
They have a shop and look to be reputable, does anyone have any information on them? They sell all the major brands and have a decent web page. I am looking to make a X-mas purchase from them
11/20/2013 at 09:42 AM
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