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Researchers: We Learn Pleasure In Music
Researchers at the University of Melbourne attribute to the amount of pleasure we take in music to how much dissonance we hear -- the degree of "perceived roughness, harshness, unpleasantness, or difficulty in listening to the sound." The Atlantic 02/18/13
Posted February 20, 2013 02:42 AM




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