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Sir Knowitall fell_joinedby_in at one.net.au
Sat Jan 15 01:24:21 EST 2000

Music actentions (activity+attention) -- which are loosely modular similar to the Leslie A Hart's simple but efficient "proster" (program structure) concept -- work ("reduce deppression and pain") because their function provides a soothing or eustressful expressions of, or outlet for chronically self-charging or ditto "sensitized" ["conditioned-in" as a result of need-negating ("C.U.R.S.E.S." causing) conditioning by "S.H.I.T.C." type life-situations in infancy and childhood]pre-emotional brain-states of a potentially intensely distressful character would they be allowed to rise to become a "dominant focus of actention" within an individual's "Actention Selection System".

However, given needfulfilling formative years, this ambi-advantageously evolved (ditto naturally "selected-in") most typically human characteristics, enjoyment of music would of course still be possible. (But perhaps the music composed by such individuals would be more in style with Rossini than any other composer. 


(a far from perfect, but at least never "inEPT", zoomable umbrella explanatory platform-terminology) 
"Ron Blue" <rcb5 at msn.com> wrote in message news:00c901bf5d2f$b816a0c0$271d183f at pavilion...
> Some of Mozart's music modulates around two opposite harmonics.  In
> principle this may reduce depression and pain.  Has any research been
> reported in this direction?
> Ron Blue
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: L.de los Santos <diode23 at mailcity.com>
> To: <neur-sci at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk>
> Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2000 12:00 PM
> Subject: advanced therapy clinics
> > Hi! Could you please let me know if you are
> > aware of clinics in Canada (any province)
> > that use high power  transcranial magnetic
> > stimulation therapy
> > as an alternative for depression and pain.
> >
> >
> > Thanks a lot for your time.
> >
> >
> > Regards
> >
> > Lewis.
> >
> >
> >
> ---
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