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by M.D.,Eliasar A. Simon

  • ISBN: 097694801X
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Author: M.D.,Eliasar A. Simon
  • Other formats: doc lit azw docx
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Salidona Publishing; 1st edition (June 8, 2006)
  • Pages: 228 pages
  • FB2 size: 1620 kb
  • EPUB size: 1629 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 934
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This Is Your Brain on Music: The Science of a Human Obsession is a popular science book written by the McGill University neuroscientist Daniel J. Levitin, and first published by Dutton Penguin in the . and Canada in 2006, and updated and released. and Canada in 2006, and updated and released in paperback by Plume/Penguin in 2007.

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In this groundbreaking union of art and science, cientist Daniel J. Levitin explores the connection between music-its performance, its composition, how we listen to it, why we enjoy it-and the human brain.

Whenever 4 humans come together for any reason, music is there: weddings, funer . 20 This book drives at a neuropsychological perspective on how music 21 affects our brains, our minds, our thoughts, and our spirit.

Whenever 4 humans come together for any reason, music is there: weddings, funer- 5 als, graduation from college, men marching off to war, stadium sporting 6 events, a night on the town, prayer, a romantic dinner, mothers rocking 7 their infants to sleep, and college students studying with music as a 8 background. Your brain on music is a way to S 33 R 34 4th Pass Pages 18828 01 1-270 r9kp. qxd 5/23/06 3:17 PM Page 12 12 Introduction 1 understand the deepest mysteries of human nature. That is why I wrote 2 this book.

Eliasar A. Simon has written: 'Music and the human brain' - subject(s): Music, Physiological aspects, Physiological aspects of Music, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Music. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. What has the author Simon Edmondson written? Simon Edmondson has written: 'Simon Edmondson'.

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This book, "Music and the Human Brain" is the most compelling omitted argument in the origin of music.
Reviews about Music and the Human Brain (5):
Meztisho
COOL BEANS!!!
Conjulhala
The book suffers from the common pitfalls of many self-published books. The cover looks to be done on Powerpoint - yellow on orange does not work. The diagrams look to be self-drawn or scanned from text books, such that there is background fuzz. The formatting is very amateur. For example, the page header, the text and the footer all run into each other. Other layout choices make it difficult to scan as a reader. It desperately needs the work of an editor to direct the author. One chapter is one and half pages; another might be 30 pages. Half the book is anatomy and physiology. I'm certain the author has many good things to say, but sadly I wasn't unable to follow the discourse. I still don't know what the "lost hyypotheses" are and I made myself read the entire book, hoping for some useful nuggets. An editor would have made a wonderful improvement to a good idea from a well-credentialled and intelligent author.
krot
This book is almost impossible to read due to its poorly constructed sentences. My guess is the person who wrote it does not speak English as a first language, and instead of writing in his own first language and then paying someone to traslate, the author has tried to write his thoughts into English.(I'm hoping he actually is an MD and this is the reason he writes so badly.) The attempt is unsucessful. An Example:
"In order for us to perceive the music of the universe depends on three things."(p41) It is difficult to know if the author actually has something to say and just needs assistance with English, or if the entire thought process of the book is just so much doublespeak. Almost every title sentence of every paragraph leaves the reader shaking his head in confusion.
Cordalas
It is a while since I read this book. I was wanting to gain a greater insight into the topic of music an brain function. Firstly, the very high number of purely grammatical errors makes it hard to read. I finished reading the text still wondering what the so called "Lost Hypothesis" actually was. Throughout I couldn't work out where the author was going (if indeed there was a deliberate direction in the text). I found it quite disappointing.
Umge
The book explains why music is important and how the brain processes it. It tells us that music is everywhere and that it must be understood how it came to be. Read the book, it will change how one looks at understanding music and how it affects the human brain. So far a very good theory book as well as self-help.

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