Earworms, those songs that get stuck in your head, may help strengthen memories of music and life events, a new study reports.
Researchers say people continue to process music, even when no songs are playing. This can lead to earworms, or tunes that get stuck in your head, which can crop up during sleep. People who experience earworms regularly at night are six times more likely to report poorer quality sleep.
On January 12th, the first full length, main stream album co-written by artificial intelligence was released. Researchers belie the collaboration could lead to a brand new style of music composition.
Do you get annoyed by that one tune going round and round in your head? Blame it on your cortical thickness.