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The neurobiology of musicality related to the intrinsic attachment behavior?
Date:5/26/2009

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Music is social communication between individuals. Darwin proposed that singing is used to attract the opposite sex. Furthermore, lullabies are implied to attach infant to a parent and singing or playing music together may add group cohesion. Thus, it is justified to hypothesize that music perception and creativity in music are linked to the same phenotypic spectrum of human cognitive social skills, like human bonding and altruism both associated with AVPR1A. We have shown for the first time in the molecular level that music perception has an attachment creating impact, says Liisa Ukkola.


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Contact: Dr. Irma Jrvel
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University of Helsinki
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