The Resonant Human: The Science of How Tempo Affects Us

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  • DPrty

    Bravo. Good read. Thanks.

  • pauncy

    Fascinating article, thanks!

  • Danwriter

    Excellent read.

  • Warren Bloom

    great read. I will use this. I am creating a http://personaltrainingandwellness.com fitness music project

  • Sam Miller

    Saying that slower music elicits sadness is an over simplification–a lot depends upon tonality–e.g., minor vs major–and type of rhythm/degree of syncopation. Slower music such as reggae, with its upbeat/offbeat rhythm, can imply a sense of relaxed joy and easy-goingness–what’s the rush?

  • Diana Elena Hughineata

    So nice 🙂