Guest Host: Susan Page

Music is part of every known human society, and scientists want to know why. A musician and neuroscientist describes new research on the brain and why he believes music might be at the heart of human nature itself.

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  • Daniel Levitin Head of the Laboratory for Musical Perception, Cognition, and Expertise at McGill University, where he holds the Bell Chair in the psychology of electronic communication.

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