Regular Posts Tagged ‘music’
Counter-Productive Effects of Multitasking: Running vs. Learning 2
4th Dec 2012Posted in: Blog 2

Following my initial post about the ”counter productive effects of multitasking: Running vs. Learning” which you can read about here:    a number of new observations have been made in the area of an experienced relationship between cardiovascular exercise (jogging) and audio stimulation. After 5 consecutive trials, I have observed support for my initial […]

On the Experience of Time While in Movement: An Intra-Subjective n=1 Study
29th Sep 2011Posted in: Blog 0

This post summarizes my personal experience of the passing of time while jogging,  roller-blading or bicycling and listening to music of either fast or slow tempo. The idea for this post emerged because i began to notice that my experience of time passing varied consistently depending on whether i was jogging, rollerblading or bicycling and […]

Music and Motivation
17th May 2011Posted in: Blog 0

A while back, it was pouring rain. I got rained on going to work and started my day with damp shoes and a wet head. The rain had been falling for a couple of days straight and i was starting to think god had given up on us as i usually do when it rains […]

Music and the brain
5th Feb 2011Posted in: Blog 0

A lot of the interest in the neurology of music seems to focus on a special kind of physical experience which people have in relation to music. That experience consists of what some call: “chills” which arrive as the consequence of listening to music which one finds very moving. I have personally experienced those “chills” […]