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Why do some songs send shivers down my spine and give me goosebumps? explore.
In the final episode of the awe-inspiring series, Dacher joins sonic alchemist Laura Inserra on how music can inspire awe and transport us to another space and time. Find out the mystery. Later, we’ll hear from a scientist who showed how an awe-inspiring song can change the way we think and feel.
This is the final episode of the special series The Science of Awe. Check out the past four releases in our feed to read The Science of Happiness Breaks and other profound ways that reverence can affect you that will help guide you to experience more reverence in your life. Check out the Happiness episode and more places to find it.
Our host Dacher Keltner has a new book about reverence. it is called Awe: The New Science of Everyday Wonders and How It Can Change Your Life. Click here for details: https://tinyurl.com/3uzk8m5r
Laura Inserra is an instrumentalist, composer, producer, and teacher who treats music in awe-inspiring ways.
Follow Laura on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laura_inserra/
Follow Laura on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/laurainserra
Check out Laura’s website: https://www.laurainserra.com
Qihao Ji is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at Marist College.
For more information about Ji and his work, please visit https://www.marist.edu/communication-arts/faculty/qihao-ji.
Greater Good Science Center Resources:
How Music Brings Us Together: https://tinyurl.com/5x5xxnmz
Where music and empathy converge in the brain https://tinyurl.com/84sep62v
How many emotions you can feel in music: https://tinyurl.com/8pxud5bt
Other resources on awe and music
Bluefield Daily Telegraph – Music: Awe and Admiration: https://tinyurl.com/5eyc4ehw
NYT – How A Little Awe Can Improve Your Health: https://tinyurl.com/4zdzcusk
Yamaha Music – The Science of Awe (and Why It Matters): https://tinyurl.com/4njv9mpb
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