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Timothy D. Wilson
This is your brain on music — Dr. Daniel J. Levitin Think of a song that resonates deep down in your being. Now imagine sitting down with someone who was there when the song was recorded and can tell you how that series of sounds was committed to tape, and who can also explain why that particular combination of rhythms, timbres and pitches has lodged in your memory, making your pulse race and your heart swell every time you hear it. Remarkably, Levitin does all this and more, interrogating the basic nature of hearing and of music making (this is likely the only book whose jacket sports blurbs from both Oliver Sacks and Stevie Wonder), without losing an affectionate appreciation for the songs he's reducing to neural impulses. This is your brain on music — Dr. Daniel J. Levitin
The Happiness Hypothesis - Jonathan Haidt
Teaching Interests and Areas of Expertise Creativity and Innovation, Managing Flow Current Research Interests Professor Csikszentmihalyi is the founder and co-director of the Quality of Life Research Center (QLRC). Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi on flow