1. Do you feel 'chills' when you hear songs you love? Scientists now understand why  Yahoo News Australia
  2. Music Sends a Pleasurable Chill Through The Brain, And Scientists Can See It  ScienceAlert
  3. Brain study pinpoints why music can literally give you the chills  Inverse
  4. Your favorite music can send your brain into a pleasure overload  Medical Xpress
  5. Scientists find the amazing reason your favourite music gives you ‘chills’  Classic FM
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The researchers now believe that enjoyment of music may have served an important evolutionary purpose.The researchers now believe that enjoyment of music may have served an important evolutionary purpose.

Do you feel “chills” when you hear songs you love? Scientists now understand why

Whether it's Mozart or metal, listening to music can be an intense, even euphoric experience. Hearing your favourite tune might bring up joyful memories soaked in nostalgia, while a soaring melody might send a chill down your spine.Whether it's Mozart or metal, listening to music can be an intense, even euphoric experience. Hearing your favourite tune might bring up joyful memories soaked in nostalgia, while a soaring melody might send a chill down your spine.

Music Sends a Pleasurable Chill Through The Brain, And Scientists Can See It

Scientists uncovered why good music gives us the chills. The effect of music on the brain also suggests that music has an ancient "ancestral function."Scientists uncovered why good music gives us the chills. The effect of music on the brain also suggests that music has an ancient "ancestral function."

Brain study pinpoints why music can literally give you the chills

We all know that moment when we're in the car, at a concert or even sitting on our sofa and one of our favorite songs is played. It's the one that has that really good chord in it, flooding your system ...

Your favorite music can send your brain into a pleasure overload

Now we know why our favourite music sends shivers down our spine.Now we know why our favourite music sends shivers down our spine.

Scientists find the amazing reason your favourite music gives you ‘chills’ - Classic FM

Neuroscientists based in France have now used electroencephalogram (EEG) to link chills to multiple brain regions involved in activating reward and pleasure systems.Neuroscientists based in France have now used electroencephalogram (EEG) to link chills to multiple brain regions involved in activating reward and pleasure systems.

Your favourite music can send your brain into pleasure overload: Study - art and culture - Hindustan Times

French researchers have been studying the area of the brain responsible for processing musicFrench researchers have been studying the area of the brain responsible for processing music

Scientists discover why you get chills from your favourite music | Metro News