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An alternative Ho: The pop has stronger conditioned emotional responses,
having laid down the conditioning when hormone levels were highest.
How much difference would there be if one looked at movie soundtracks, where
complex music/action interactions serve to generate and enhance emotional
reaction to film?
-- -- TJ Olney email@example.com Not all those who wander are lost. -- http://mp3.musicmatch.com/artists/artists.cgi?id=113&display=1
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