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External links Category:3D imaging Category:Film and video technology Category:Geographic information systemsChronicle Online Register Now Authorize your access to the full content First Name: Last Name: Email: Password: The Science behind 'Rock-on' A study published today, by The Royal Society, shows that a video game could be used to stimulate the "bounce" that is fundamental to musical rhythm and beat. The study, "Rhythmic skill, dopamine and reward", is by Rosalia Garcia de Lacy, Eunice Y. Wong, Jennifer Black and Timothy J. Seamans, all of the Centre for Neuroscience at the University of Exeter, who were co-funded by the UK Government and the Wellcome Trust. The researchers created a game that required people to tap a drum with a "stick" every time the drum was struck. The drum was set at two beats per second. To win the game, the participant had to successfully match the timing of the drum. After playing the game, participants showed higher levels of dopamine - a chemical that is known to signal reward and pleasure. The team then measured the extent to which this dopamine release was related to the speed with which participants had successfully beaten the drum. The team found that the faster people were able to beat the drum, the more dopamine they released. Importantly, the stronger the dopamine release, the faster the drumbeat. They also measured the speed of the participants' motor responses, and found that the more dopamine the participants released, the faster the motor response. The results suggest that when people play a musical rhythm, the dopamine system in the brain responds in much the same way as it does when they perform a physical skill.It’s pretty easy to take the Guardian’s reporting on Donald Trump’s use of social media and extrapolate this into a semi-autonomous digital White House. That’s not to say that Trump won’t resort to traditional power-broking tactics when he needs to. But it’s the sheer pervasiveness of social media that gives his administration such an open, and at times unsettling, record of how it really feels. It’s the current political pulse of the U.S., distilled into a single word: Twitter. It’s a bad feeling.
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