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Gabriel and Crickmore started doing this type of work in the 70's so it's not actually totally novel. That said, it seems to make sense that the outside world affects us on a cognitive level. What we are trying to get at in science at this point is how cognition and consciousness actually work.

One of my personal favorites, being a neuro guy and a computer guy is Don Hoffman's Conscious Realism theory. In gross oversimplification/summary, he proposed, and mathematically demonstrated that consciousness is nothing more than a UI for interfacing with the world. As such, to apply it in this case, to "play music" to our conscious perception, we need to send it through our temporal lobes/medial superior olives/medial geniculate nuclei, etc (= sound input interface) to the amygdalae (= sound processor) to the thalami (PCI bus) to the frontal lobe (CPU). In this way, it makes sense that we have to effect the neurotransmitters (electrical impulses sent across the motherboard) in order to change the individual parts of music we hear. Part of the relay is the amygdalae, bilateral structures that house the interface between emotion and the rest of cognition (this does not mean this is the part of the brain that "does" emotion -- it's only the part that puts emotion and memory together). If anyone wants a copy of the paper and can't find it on google let me know.

Hope that made some sense...
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Gabriel and Crickmore started doing this type of work in the 70's so it's not actually totally novel. That said, it seems to make sense that the outside world affects us on a cognitive level. What we are trying to get at in science at this point is how cognition and consciousness actually work.

One of my personal favorites, being a neuro guy and a computer guy is Don Hoffman's Conscious Realism theory. In gross oversimplification/summary, he proposed, and mathematically demonstrated that consciousness is nothing more than a UI for interfacing with the world. As such, to apply it in this case, to "play music" to our conscious perception, we need to send it through our temporal lobes/medial superior olives/medial geniculate nuclei, etc (= sound input interface) to the amygdalae (= sound processor) to the thalami (PCI bus) to the frontal lobe (CPU). In this way, it makes sense that we have to effect the neurotransmitters (electrical impulses sent across the motherboard) in order to change the individual parts of music we hear. Part of the relay is the amygdalae, bilateral structures that house the interface between emotion and the rest of cognition (this does not mean this is the part of the brain that "does" emotion -- it's only the part that puts emotion and memory together). If anyone wants a copy of the paper and can't find it on google let me know.

Hope that made some sense...
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They're writing this article like it's some kind of breakthrough that good feelings are caused by dopamine most of the time.

If asked what about music caused us to feel good, I would 100% have said dopamine, and I'm in no way an expert in brain chemistry. Just seems like common knowledge.
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Gabriel and Crickmore started doing this type of work in the 70's so it's not actually totally novel. That said, it seems to make sense that the outside world affects us on a cognitive level. What we are trying to get at in science at this point is how cognition and consciousness actually work.

One of my personal favorites, being a neuro guy and a computer guy is Don Hoffman's Conscious Realism theory. In gross oversimplification/summary, he proposed, and mathematically demonstrated that consciousness is nothing more than a UI for interfacing with the world. As such, to apply it in this case, to "play music" to our conscious perception, we need to send it through our temporal lobes/medial superior olives/medial geniculate nuclei, etc (= sound input interface) to the amygdalae (= sound processor) to the thalami (PCI bus) to the frontal lobe (CPU). In this way, it makes sense that we have to effect the neurotransmitters (electrical impulses sent across the motherboard) in order to change the individual parts of music we hear. Part of the relay is the amygdalae, bilateral structures that house the interface between emotion and the rest of cognition (this does not mean this is the part of the brain that "does" emotion -- it's only the part that puts emotion and memory together). If anyone wants a copy of the paper and can't find it on google let me know.

Hope that made some sense...
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"Music soothes the savage Beast"

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Gabriel and Crickmore started doing this type of work in the 70's so it's not actually totally novel. That said, it seems to make sense that the outside world affects us on a cognitive level. What we are trying to get at in science at this point is how cognition and consciousness actually work.

One of my personal favorites, being a neuro guy and a computer guy is Don Hoffman's Conscious Realism theory. In gross oversimplification/summary, he proposed, and mathematically demonstrated that consciousness is nothing more than a UI for interfacing with the world. As such, to apply it in this case, to "play music" to our conscious perception, we need to send it through our temporal lobes/medial superior olives/medial geniculate nuclei, etc (= sound input interface) to the amygdalae (= sound processor) to the thalami (PCI bus) to the frontal lobe (CPU). In this way, it makes sense that we have to effect the neurotransmitters (electrical impulses sent across the motherboard) in order to change the individual parts of music we hear. Part of the relay is the amygdalae, bilateral structures that house the interface between emotion and the rest of cognition (this does not mean this is the part of the brain that "does" emotion -- it's only the part that puts emotion and memory together). If anyone wants a copy of the paper and can't find it on google let me know.

Hope that made some sense...
Thats interesting, sorry for the lack of coherent reply from other users. I think you might be interested in this talk by Noam Chomsky talking about (for once) his area of expertise - language and the mind.
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I can't find the exact song I'm looking for via Youtube, nor anywhere else, but it's by Swamp Dogg, and is fantastic. The song is, "Synthetic World". The version I really like is on the "Generations - Volume 1. A Punk Look at Human Rights".

It makes me feel squishy... I absolutely LOVE this song, at least the version on that CD.

You can see some live performances of the song "Synthetic World" on Youtube, but they're not nearly as good as the track on the CD I mentioned. That CD has a ton of excellent music on it..
    
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Thats interesting, sorry for the lack of coherent reply from other users.
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