Think back on the last concert you went to, and you’ll likely only remember a few moments—probably something from the middle and the very end— in detail due to a cognitive bias called the peak-end rule. But the act of listening to music is such a profound in-the-moment sensory and emotional experience so does it matter how you remember it?

For more, go to: All’s Well that Ends Well


I'm Dr Kate Paine, an Australian musician, educator, and writer living in Meilen, Switzerland,


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