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What are the connections between music and memory?

Updated Wednesday, 16th January 2019

Hearing a particular song can take us back to a certain moment in our lives. In this interactive we're going to take a trip down memory lane, looking at songs from the past and exploring what music means to you.

We've looked into the connections between music and memory, and put together an interactive to help explain the links behind this area of mental health. Find out how much you know!

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Interactive introduction page: Image CC0 Creative Commons by amigos3d on pixabay.com.
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Q2: Image copyright-free from Wikipedia.
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Q4: Image CC0 Creative Commons by tiburi on pixabay.com.
Q5: Image copyright of Leeds Museums and Galleries on mylearning.com.
Q6: Video copyright of Nordoff Robins on youtube.com.
Q7: Image CC0 Creative Commons by Isabella Mendes on pexels.com.

 

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