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Brain pleasers: the neurons that respond to singing

Neuroscientists have identified a population of neurons in the brain that light up when we hear singing.

A transparent computer illustration of a human head, with the temporal lobe of the brain highlighted in red.
Human brain with highlighted temporal lobe, computer illustration. This lobe is involved in processing auditory information and encoding of memory. Credit: Kateryna Kon/Science Photo Library/Getty images
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