Shared Knowledge of Songs Bonds Children

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Evidence suggests music plays a role in our early tendency to distinguish friend from foe.

It’s clear by now that our tendency to divide the world into decent, trustworthy people like ourselves and dangerous outsiders begins quite early in life. But how exactly do young children decide a potential playmate is a member in good standing of his or her social group? Full story.

Tom Jacobs (Pacific Standard) / January 21, 2016

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