A few days back, I was listening to Can I Call You Tonight? by DayGlow. It’s a beautiful and entertaining song. The best thing about this song is the video. Too damn creative.
I liked it so much that I decided to share the song with someone I know, but I didn’t. It made me think - why I wanted to share it, and why I didn’t? There’s a chain of processes involved, so what’s the mental model behind this?
It isn’t a complete blog post as I’m still reading different kinds of blog/articles and research papers to understand the human psychology so that I can puzzle out the process behind why do we share songs, I’m also trying to perceive Human Psychology, in general.
I’ll put things here in chunks and pieces, so let’s see how it goes.
- Your Brain on Music
- Music And The Brain
- The Neuroscience of Music and Musical Appreciation
- How Does Music Affects Your Brain
- 8 Surprising Ways Music Affects and Benefits our Brains
- AshFord - How Does Music Affect Your Brain
- The Powerful Effect of Music on the Brain
- Implications of Music and Brain Research (Paper)
- Music Training and Child Development + Paper