Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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David M. Greenberg Ph.D.
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A search into unexpected texts reveals an early account of music therapy dating back several thousand years.
How can we define music and why does it move us to powerfully?
David M. Greenberg is a music psychologist at the University of Cambridge and City University of New York.