Music Is Power: How We Respond When People Turn Up the Volume
Second-hand sound can profoundly affect our social interactions and our interior lives.
No Need to Speak Slowly: I Took Music Lessons as a Kid
New research suggests music training as a youngster can lead to faster processing of sounds in senior citizens.
The Sound of History: Mescaline, Music, and Terror
How the ancient priests of Peru’s Chavín de Huántar may have manipulated sound—and drugs—to manipulate their followers — and how we found out about it through the new field of "archaeoacoustics."