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Music can connect people

Research suggests that playing music or singing together may be particularly potent in bringing about social closeness through the release of endorphins. And both help us connect.

How Music Bonds Us Together

Music connects people

According to research, music helps synchronize our bodies and our brains

Why is singing such a powerful social glue? Most of us hear music from the moment we are born, often via lullabies, and through many of the most important occasions in our lives, from graduations to weddings to funerals. There is something about music that seems to bring us closer to each other and help us come together as a community.

Greater Good Magazine – Berkeley

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The researchers found that “musical reactivity is causally related to…basic social motivations” and that “reactivity to music is related to markers of successful group living.” In other words, music makes us affiliate with groups.
But how does music do this? Some researchers believe that it’s the rhythm in music that helps us to synch up our brains and coordinate our body movements with others, and that’s how the effects can be translated to a whole group.

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