The reason we remember things is to allow us to make better decisions in the future. This suggests that there is an important close relationship between memory and decision-making. Recent studies suggest that similar parts of the brain are responsible both for our ability to look into the past (memory) and for our ability to imagine the future (planning).
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Do you like music? One would be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t enjoy any type of music. Musicality is a trait that we share with birds and some other mammals such as whales and elephants. Perhaps looking at other traits we share with these species can allow us to understand why it is that humans are musical.
You’ll need no convincing that Music has an almost uniquely powerful capacity to provoke emotions. We’ve all been moved to joy or sadness by an orchestral piece, a film score, our favourite band or a children’s lullaby. Despite a striking diversity across time, culture and geography, its appeal is ubiquitous among human societies.
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