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Neural basis of melodic learning explains cross-cultural regularities in musical scales
Seeking exposure to unfamiliar experiences constitutes an essential aspect of the human condition, and the brain must adapt to the constantly changing environment by learning the evolving statistical patterns emerging from it. Cultures are shaped by norms and conventions and therefore novel exposure to an unfamiliar culture induces a type of learning that is often described as implicit: when exposed to a set of stimuli constrained by unspoken rules, cognitive systems must rapidly build a mentaldoi:10.1101/2022.11.01.512632 fatcat:qdhiewo3brbfndpblydoicd3c4