4 Random Things Our Brains Love

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Most of us naturally love songs with a good bass line and many struggle to turn down junk food or a nice, cold beer. Even certain buildings are more attractive to our brains than others. So what exactly is going on up there-why do our brains inherently love such things?

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Key Facts In This Video

  1. Bass is the lowest part of a harmony in a musical composition. 00:02

  2. Once the hearing part of the brain starts to function a fetus hears mostly low frequency sounds. 00:30

  3. A study found that the human brain is much more sensitive to timing deviations in lower frequency tones. 02:00

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