Given the universality of music across cultures, scientists have long suspected that the brain had a special “music room”—an area devoted to detecting and understanding music. But until recently, this music room had proved elusive. Now, using a novel brain imaging approach, researchers at MIT have discovered neural pathways that respond to music of any kind, but not to other sounds.


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