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Neues Artist-in-Residence Programm startet. Bewerbung bis 3.11.2019 möglich.

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Study on cross-cultural music perception published in Current Biology

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New Study Points to Universal Code in Our Brains for What We Find Beautiful

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A new study analyses varieties of beauty

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A recent study puts the influence of the composer’s prestige on the evaluation of classical music into perspective and shows: The enjoyment of music is promoted by lively texts.

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Neuroscientific study by an international research team sheds light on the role of the default mode network in the brain.

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Neue, groß angelegte Studie in Frankfurt erforscht, was Kinder beim Hören von Geschichten fühlen

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Previous theories on temporal processes in the human brain need to be revised

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Comparative cultural study contradicts previous assumptions about universal perception of music

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Fundamental differences found in taste for naturally occurring aesthetic domains and for artifacts of human culture

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Wissenschaftler des MPIEA leiten MEG-Demonstrations-Messung mit Fußball-Legende Charly Körbel für „Begehbares Gehirn“ im neuen Senckenberg Naturmuseum Frankfurt.

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Internationales Forschungsprojekt „Experimental Concert Research“ untersucht, was ein klassisches Konzert ausmacht 

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