Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Music Perspectives Through The Ages
A new study from psychologists at the University of Cambridge has tracked musical tastes across the generations and found that while music stays important to us throughout our life – our tastes adapt to the particular challenges being faced at different stages of our personal evolution.
The UK researchers said people initially come to music during adolescence to look for an identity and later use it to establish a social group and find a mate. The oldest among us tend to see music as a solitary expression of personal intellect, status and a greater emotional understanding. MORE HERE