The impact of music-related reward responses on verbal episodic memory

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  1. Antoni Rodriguez-Fornells
  2. Harry Nye
  3. Laura Ferreri

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Music is one of the most important sources of pleasure in life. Music-related reward responses are modulated by dopamine release. By strengthening the synaptic potentiation produced by learning, stimuli triggering dopamine release could lead to long-term memory improvements (neo-Hebbian framework for episodic memory) for the items encoded during and after dopamine release (penumbra hypothesis). He...

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