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Music Appreciation 'Hard Wired' in Brain, Research Shows

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Music Appreciation 'Hard Wired' in Brain, Research Shows

Music Appreciation 'Hard Wired' in Brain, Research Shows

Music Appreciation 'Hard Wired' in Brain, Research Shows

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It takes no musical training to recognize a wrong note... but why is that so? New research shows that sensitivity to music is a natural function of the human brain. NPR's Richard Knox reports.

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