|Book Chapter||Book Pages|
|1||What is Music?|
From Pitch to Timbre
Discerning Rythm, Loudness, and Harmony
|3||Behind the Curtain|
Music and the Mind Machine
What We Expect from Liszt (and Ludacris)
|5||You Know My Name, Look Up the Number|
How We Categorize Music
|6||After Dessert, Crick Was Still Four Seats Away from Me|
Music, Emotion, and the Reptilian Brain
|7||What Makes a Musician?|
|8||My Favorite Things|
Why Do We Like the Music We Like?
|9||The Music Instinct|
Evolution's #1 Hit
|App. A||This Is Your Brain on Music||[269-271]|
|App. B||Chords and Harmony||[274-276]|
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