“We all love music, and there are some musical theories that make the argument that the way we relate to music is like the way we relate to another social being,” said Iacoboni, explaining the motivation for such a study. The team actually did several studies related to music, but the one on empathy began with Wallmark asking 20 participants about the music they did and didn’t like. Full story.
James Bennett, II (WQXR) / July 19, 2018
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