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Can Understanding Dance Music Fans Brains Control Eating Disorders?

Not happening yet, but a researcher at Melbourne University is claiming that understanding the brains of electronc music fans holds the key to curbing eating disorders. The researcher, Neuroscience candidate Kiralee Musgrove, aims to see how listeners transform from simply hearing music to actually “feeling” it, with a special focus on the relationship between craving and pleasure. “We know that people often use music as a tool to regulate their emotions,” Musgrove describes of her intentions. Musgrove would go on to describe how she aims to create “personalized music therapy” for people suffering from a wide range of disorders, including ... Read more