Listening to Music: A Remedy for Memory

Music has a prominent role in the everyday life of many people. Whether it be for recreation, distraction, or enhancing one’s mood, a lot of people listen to music from early in the morning until late at night, every day without fail. Moreover, due to its ubiquity, music has been identified as an important factor in the construction and reconstruction of personal memories. When discussing how music conveys certain emotions, it must be taken into account that there are explicit and implicit memories. Explicit memories are simple memories such as what you did 5 minutes ago, or essentially…

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Ben Broyd

Ben Broyd

I write about music, amongst other things. Hope you enjoy.

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