Elizabeth Margulis

University of Arkansas

Guest

Director of the Music Cognition Lab at the University of Arkansas

Elizabeth Margulis on KCRW

Just what’s going on in our heads when a song gets stuck there? And why do we keep returning to our favorite songs over and over and over again?

Your Brain on Music

Just what’s going on in our heads when a song gets stuck there? And why do we keep returning to our favorite songs over and over and over again?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Just what’s going on in our heads when a song gets stuck there? And why do we keep returning to our favorite songs over and over and over again?

Your Brain On Music

Just what’s going on in our heads when a song gets stuck there? And why do we keep returning to our favorite songs over and over and over again?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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