Think Science: The Science of Music
When you hear music, what does it do in your brain? How do we respond to music? Why was it even created in the first place? At our next Think Science event, we’ll get into the science—and maybe a little of the philosophy—of music, and try to understand just why humans respond so enthusiastically to twinkly sounds arranged in patterns. We’ll hear from a neuroscience professor who specializes in how the brain responds to music, speak to professor whose research gets into the “why” of music and even ethical issues that come with listening to certain music, and we’ll also hear a musical demonstration performed live.
Tune in live on Facebook here.
- Tracy Cowden, D.M.A., UTSA
- Andrew Kania, Ph.D., Trinity University
- Kiminobu Sugaya, Ph.D., University of Central Florida
- Nathan Cone, TPR