London Independent 
November 23, 2017
Stimulating someone’s brain with magnetic pulses is enough to change their taste in music, according to new research.
Using a non-invasive technique called transcranial magnetic stimulation, Scientists managed to change the enjoyment of music felt by their subjects.
Not only did the treatment alter the way participants rated music, it even affected the amount of money they were willing to spend on it.
Showing that the way people value music can be changed using this technique is “an important – and remarkable – demonstration that the circuitry behind these complex responses is now becoming better understood,” said Professor Robert Zatorre, a neurologist at Canada’s McGill University and senior author of the Nature Human Behaviour study .
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