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Jacques Launay


Visiting Researcher in the Social & Evolutionary Neuroscience Research Group

  • Lecturer at Brunel University London

Research Summary

My primary interest is in the social bonding effects of music. How can making music in a group make us feel more connected to that group, and how does that influence our health and well-being? I work with the Social and Evolutionary Neuroscience Research Group to investigate this and other questions relating to the evolution of social behaviour. I'm also a lecturer at Brunel University London, teaching music psychology, biological psychology and some evolutionary psychology. 

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