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Music and Brain Today
International Journal of Social Science and Humanity
The most recent research in neuroscience shows that the human brain "deconstructs" music patterns and then takes the elements of that "deconstruction" in order to store them in the brain's multiple memory locations. The retrieval of memory from these multiple neural circuits is required in order to reconstruct in our mind the representation of those music patterns. The smoothness of this process is heavily dependent on repeated use of the same neural circuits for the similar, if not the samedoi:10.7763/ijssh.2013.v3.281 fatcat:ff2ineuhzbfpzj5rgw7wymyqju