If when listening to music you have on the skin can run down my spine, your brain experiences a special feeling - most people don't experience such a feeling.
Tests conducted by a team of British scientists show that in this case you belong to a chosen group of people whose brain works differently than other people.
You ever find yourself in the subway or on the bus with your favourite track playing in your headphones, and a lump in the throat?
If so, then our statement is really true - you are a very special person.
Student at Harvard University published an article in the Oxford academic journal, proving how rare it is to meet people who have similar physical reaction to the music.
Matthew Sachs have found that people who are experiencing physical reactions to the music, actually have differently structured brains than those who do not feel physical reactions.
Apparently the first usually has a better connection between the auditory branch of the temporal lobe of the brain and the slices of gray matter that keep all these emotions under control.
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