Music, Melody and the Strange Pull They Exert Over Our Minds

Matthew Schulkind compares declarative and procedural memory with regard to music. Songs that people have a special relationship with need just the first few notes of a song transport the listener back to that particular time and place. Music can help dementia patients to bring back lost informations stored in longterm memory. In a clinical study, listening to music increased the likelihood of patients’ remembering faces or the names associated with those faces.


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