Think of your favourite piece of music, and think about how you might react to it. Did you feel chills, a lump in your throat, or perhaps a tingling sensation on the back of your neck? Then you might have a more unique brain than you think. A study , carried out by PHD student Matthew Sachs at the University of Southern California, has revealed that people who get chills from music might have structural differences in their brain. The research studied 20 students, who listened to three to five pieces of music. The researchers then took brain scans of all the participants.
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When your playlist strikes all the right chords, your body can go on a physiological joyride. Your heart rate increases. Your pupils dilate. Your body temperature rises.
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