Topic Year Publication Keywords

Which kind of procrastinator are you?
Los Angeles Times
September 22, 2015
The Sum of Human Knowledge
The Wall Street Journal
September 18, 2015
Why is it so hard to pay attention, explained by science
September, 2015
“Cathy's Clown”—The Everly Brothers (1960)
Library of Congress
June 01, 2015
Daniel Levitin Talks Too Much Information
The Independant
April 16, 2015
Daniel Levitin Talks Too Much Information
April 16, 2015
We don't need the sound of silence
The Telegraph
March 06, 2015
Feel like you’re drowning in emails and to-do lists? Relax – it’s all in the mind
The Guardian
March 06, 2015
Daniel Levitin on 'Thinking to Distraction'
The Big Issue
February 25, 2015
Multitasking does not work - and here's why
The Age
February 13, 2015
Multitasking is a powerful illusion
Business Day
February 06, 2015
Voices: Is multitasking really productive?
USA Today
January 23, 2015
Tutti i modi con cui il multitasking ci rovina (davvero) il cervello
January 21, 2015
Why the modern world is bad for your brain
The Guardian
January 18, 2015
Daniel J Levitin Q&A
The Guardian
January 18, 2015
‘The Organised Mind’, by Daniel J Levitin
Financial Times
January 16, 2015
Bluebirds' serenade: On singing out of tune
Ahram Online
January 03, 2015
The Organized Mind: How to better structure our time in the age of social media and constant distraction
The London School of Economics and Political Science
January 01, 2015
10 Steps To Conquering Information Overload
November 14, 2014
How to Be a Better Investor
November 11, 2014
Is it time for you to take a ‘digital detox’?
The Dallas Morning News
October 31, 2014
When Not to Multitask
Strategy Business
October 20, 2014
How Daydreaming Can Fix Your Brain
Mother Jones
October 15, 2014
Here's why your brain hurts — too much information and too many decisions
Ottawa Citizen
October 13, 2014
Here's why your brain hurts
Ottawa Citizen
October 13, 2014
Le Cerveau Organisé (The Organized Mind)
La Presse
October 10, 2014
The brain on overload: Myth of multitasking, significance of memory
Chicago Tribune
October 10, 2014
Learning how to organize information overload
Smoky Mountain News
October 08, 2014
The Band Goes Marching On
The Wall Street Journal
October 01, 2014
Neuroscientist Explains Why Multitasking is a Harmful Addiction
Paper Magazine
September 24, 2014
Chapin: Permission to daydream
Ottawa Citizen
September 19, 2014
McGillis on books: Daniel J. Levitin will help you think straight
The Montreal Gazette
September 17, 2014
How to take a break from email and stop check for new messages
O Globo
September 16, 2014
The Executive and the Daydreamer
Times Union
September 15, 2014
Neuroscience Provides Clues To Organization
The Washington Post
September 15, 2014
Can Our Brains Handle the Information Age?
September 14, 2014
Organized Self: Expert Neuroscience Tips For Using Your iPhone Most Effectively
September 12, 2014
What neuroscience tells us about getting organized
The Washington Post
September 08, 2014
Why we need to clear our cluttered minds
September 05, 2014
Glenn Gould In Rapture
Texas Public Radio
September 04, 2014
If You Want Better Business Solutions, Take More Vacations
Huffington Post
August 28, 2014
The Hub: The Organized Mind
Hub Magazine
August 25, 2014
Your brain has limited capacity: Here's how to maximize it
The Globe and Mail
August 24, 2014
Bringing order to our cluttered minds
Winnipeg Free Press
August 23, 2014
Daniel Levitin on Why Being Organized Is More Important Than Ever Before
Phoenix New Times
August 21, 2014
Take a vacation. Your brain will thank you.
August 18, 2014
The Organized Mind' by Daniel J. Levitin.
The Boston Globe
August 18, 2014
Ten Tips on Organizing Your Mind, from Dr. Daniel Levitin
The Wall Street Journal
August 18, 2014
Why leaders must learn to share.
The Globe and Mail
August 17, 2014
Feed your brain.
The American Lawyer
August 15, 2014
Why you need a vacation.
Chicago Tribune
August 15, 2014
Hit the reset button to relax your brain.
Tampa Bay Times
August 15, 2014
Book review: 'The Organized Mind' by Daniel J. Levitin.
The Wall Street Journal
August 15, 2014
Your brain on: Music.
August 13, 2014
Neural nostalgia: Why do we love the music we heard as teenagers?
August 12, 2014
Books by the Bay
August 11, 2014
Vacation for Your Brain
August 11, 2014
Vacations Are Good for You and Good for Your Employer
August 11, 2014
“Hit The Reset Button In Your Brain” - Dan’s recent NYT Op-Ed
The New York Times
August 09, 2014
Digital-age dilemma: How to cope with information overload
August 06, 2014
The Organized Librarian: An Interview with Daniel J. Levitin
August 06, 2014
The Organized Mind book review
Library Journal
July 16, 2014
The Science Behind Your Taste in Music
July 14, 2014
Here's proof music can do more than just make you feel good.
Huffington Post
June 24, 2014
The organized mind: Thinking straight in the age of information overload.
Publishers Weekly
June 23, 2014
The organized mind: Thinking straight in the age of information overload.
June 11, 2014
The organized mind: Thinking straight in the age of information overload.
May 23, 2014
For those psychologists about to rock…
The Psychologist (UK)
May 01, 2014
Poll says contemporary music is terrible – but everyone always thinks that.
NY Times
April 09, 2014
Book Review: 'Mindwise' by Nicholas Epley
The Wall Street Journal
February 21, 2014
Listen and learn: Music for the brain
Sydney Morning Herald
February 08, 2014
The year ahead in books
Los Angeles Times
January 03, 2014
Retailers fine-tune music to reflect brand, make you want to shop.
The Wall Street Journal
December 11, 2013
Music as medicine
American Psychological Association
November 01, 2013
Het brein maakt de muziek (The brain makes the music) Book Review, The Netherlands
October 22, 2013
Has the internet really killed creative arts?
Complex Tech
October 15, 2013
Music as medicine
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
October 11, 2013
How technology captures music's soothing power
The Sydney Morning Herald
October 10, 2013
Striking the write chord
Deccan Chronicle (India)
October 09, 2013
Music & How It Impacts Your Brain, Emotions.
October 08, 2013
Invitatie la lectura
October 08, 2013
A Return To Participatory Oral Traditions In Music Education (American Music Teacher, The)
Hispanic Business
October 01, 2013
Music & how it impacts your brain, emotions
Psych Central
August 12, 2013
Harmony makes for happiness
Independent Online (South Africa)
August 02, 2013
Ode to joy
July 25, 2013
The doctor will sing to you now: Music therapy and the coming rise of minstrel medicine
National Post (Canada)
July 02, 2013
The power of music
The Daily Star (Bangladesh)
June 22, 2013
Pulitzer-winning poet, mystery addict: Sharon Olds.
The Boston Globe
April 26, 2013
This is your brain on music.
April 15, 2013
Study: There Seems to Be a Universal Brain Response to Music
The Atlantic
April 11, 2013
Music as medicine has huge potential, study suggests
Huffington Post
April 01, 2013
Music increases killer cell counts and lowers levels of stress hormone cortisol
Science World Report
April 01, 2013
Music as medicine has huge potential, study suggests: McGill University researchers sought patterns in 400 published researcher papers
CBC News
April 01, 2013
Classical music being used to keep loiterers moving.
Canton Repository (Ohio)
March 31, 2013
How to Handel loiterers? Give 'em a blast of the classics.
The Columbus Dispatch.
March 24, 2013
Jamais sans Vanessa, Hendrix, Bieber...
Le Devoir (Canada)
February 22, 2013
Estudiar música no mejora el coeficiente intelectual
La Nación
February 19, 2013
Muziekles om kind slimmer te maken is geldverspilling
Goed Gevoel (Belgium)
February 18, 2013
Learning instrument does not make children more intelligent, experts claim.
The Telegraph (UK)
February 18, 2013
Music lessons to boost your child's academic achievements 'are a waste of money,' scientists say.
The Mail (UK)
February 18, 2013
Experts say studying music will not make you better at other things.
The Irish Times
February 18, 2013
The Day I Met Charles Schulz
The Daily Beast
February 12, 2013
Essay: Memory and the self
The Atlantic
December 31, 2012
Vom nachttisch geräumt
Berliner Zeitung
July 16, 2012
Musical rhythms: The science of being slightly off
July, 2012
Far-reaching math equation used to ID classical composers
The Vancouver Sun
February 21, 2012
Fractal Musical Rhythms
February 20, 2012
A Sound Check For the Ages [Review of Harnessed by Mark Changizi]
The Wall Street Journal
October 12, 2011
Heal Thyself [Review of Your Medical Mind by Jerome Groopman & Pamela Hartzband]
New York Times
October 09, 2011
To Tug Hearts, Music First Must Tickle the Neurons
New York Times
April 18, 2011
Culture Lab
Why your brain craves Beethoven
New Scientist
October 29, 2010
Vacation reading
Composed: A Memoir by Rosanne Cash. Viking: 2010
Nature, 466, 563-566
July 28, 2010
This is Your Brain Creating and Recording Music
Tape Op Magazine
November, 2009
Rebels with a Cause: Music in the 60's
SuperConsciousness Magazine
September, 2009
The World in Six Songs by Daniel Levitin
The Sunday Times review by Bee Wilson
The Sunday Times
March 29, 2009
Brain Trust
Music, memory and mistakes: Top neuroscientists explain how the mind copes in a chaotic world.
Discover Magazine
March 01, 2009
Do You Hear What I Hear? [Op-Ed]
The Wall Street Journal
December 13, 2008
We have music on our minds.
Montreal Gazette
December 13, 2008
Foundations of Cognitive Psychology: Core Readings - Book Review
Essays in Philosophy
December, 2008
Sing, brain, sing
September, 2008
Brain Candy [Review of the book Human: The science behind what makes us unique, by Michael Gazzaniga]
The New York Times Sunday Book Review, 5
August 22, 2008
Daniel Levitin, meet your dream reader
Blog on Library Journal
July 30, 2008
Notes from the underground: A newspaper columnist recounts his unlikely friendship with a homeless musician [A review of The soloist: a lost dream, an unlikely friendship, and the redemptive power of music, by Steve Lopez]
The Washington Post Sunday Book Review
July 20, 2008
Another musical mystery tour
Brain, 131, 890-894
March, 2008
The music illusion
New Scientist
February 23, 2008
Scholars speak on influence of Beatles
The Stanford Daily
February 22, 2008
Musique en tête
February, 2008
This is Your Brain on Music: Understanding a human obsession
Times Higher Education
January 17, 2008
The future of science is ... art?
Seed Magazine
January 16, 2008
A head for music
Reverb Magazine
January, 2008
Where do the goosebumps come from?
Advance Newsmagazine
December, 2007
Singing in the brain
The Union-Tribune
November 15, 2007
A rock n' roll state of mind
Innovation Canada
November 2007
Dancing in the seats
The New York Times
October 26, 2007
Harmony of the hemispheres
October 20, 2007
Mozart, Madonna and the mind
The Herald
October 16, 2007
This is what happens when pop meets policy
The McGill Tribune
October 10, 2007
De rockeur à chercheur (French)
Dernière Heure
September 14, 2007
How Music Works
NOW Magazine
September 06, 2007
Born to play?
The Sunday Times
September 02, 2007
If there was a tuba soloist, there would be tuba groupies.
Washington Post
September 02, 2007
The science of music
The Sunday Times
September 02, 2007
It was 40 years ago today [Op Ed].
The Washington Post
June 01, 2007
Science and song
Oregon Quarterly
June, 2007
Your Local Bookstore #2
Stereophile Magazine
June, 2007
With a song in his head
Stanford Magazine
May, 2007
The Seed Salon: The singer/songwriter and the neuroscientist meet up to discuss music.
April 30, 2007
The beat goes on - in the brain
The Syndey Morning Herald
April 19, 2007
Music under the microscope
Rolling Stone Magazine
March 22, 2007
Rockin' Boffin
The Sunday Telegraph
March 18, 2007
Culture dish
Litmus Magazine
March 05, 2007
Review of This Is Your Brain on Music: The Science of a Human Obsession
Essays in Philosophy
January, 2007
Telescopes of the mind
The Agonist
December 31, 2006
Music of the hemispheres
The New York Times
December 31, 2006
More than auditory cheesecake
November 22, 2006
Counting the beat
New Zealand Listener Magazine
November 11, 2006
Time after time
October 11, 2006
Susan Rogers: The grad student formerly known as...
McGill Reporter
September 07, 2006
This is your brain on music: The science of music, the purpose of music
Seattle Times
September 01, 2006
The music of my mind: A neuroscientist examines the recipe for listening ecstasy
Paste Magazine
September, 2006
Between the covers
Hamptons Independent
August 23, 2006
Music makes your brain happy
August 23, 2006
He's rocking the world of neuroscience. Author explores how the brain processes music.
The Boston Globe
August 20, 2006
5 Fun Facts
People Magazine
August 14, 2006
Music on Your Mind
The Globe and Mail
July 29, 2006
It's only rock n' roll (jazz, funk, opera, etc.), but I like it
Berklee Times
June, 2006
Beat Science
Washington City Paper
May 12, 2006
Interview with Susan Rogers
May 09, 2006
From physical rehab rooms to symphony, delsus biosensor gives insight into human emotions
Genetic Engineering News
April 24, 2006
Wired for emotion
the Toronto Star
April 23, 2006
A new kind of experimental music
The Boston Globe
April 16, 2006
Under the influence of music: Music on the brain
April 13, 2006
Plugged into Mozart: CIRMMT research looks to unlock the mysteries of music
McGill Reporter
April 13, 2006
Verkabelte Zuhörer und Orchestermusiker (German)
Codex flores
April 11, 2006
Culture vulture: Lockhart's electrifying performance
Salt Lake Tribune
April 11, 2006
Name the tone: people with perfect pitch identify musical notes as easily as they tell black from white
The Hartford Courant
April 11, 2006
Des chercheurs mesurent les réactions émotionelles ressenties en concert (French)
La Presse
April 10, 2006
Conductor, orchestra wired for brain study
USA Today
April 09, 2006
Dirigentens påverkan undersöks (Swedish)
Östgöta Correspondenten
April 09, 2006
Kids feel the magic of music at BSO concert
Boston Herald
April 09, 2006
Looking for the soul of music
Stereophile Magazine
April 09, 2006
Audience plugged in at Boston symphony
The Globe and Mail
April 08, 2006
Conductor, orchestra wired for brain study
Associated Press
April 08, 2006
Using tech to measure musical emotion
NewsFactor Magazine
April 06, 2006
Känslan av musik ska mätas (Swedish)
Svenska Dagbladet
April 05, 2006
Measuring emotion at the symphony
The Boston Globe
April 05, 2006
Scientists attempt to measure emotional responses to Boston symphony
April 05, 2006
Striking a chord for science at Boston matinee
Montreal Gazette
April 04, 2006
Dutton absorbs Pi Press
Publishers Weekly
February 02, 2006
Astral launches '' -- Musical web service
January 06, 2006
Forum - Vous détestez la musique? C'est génétique
Le Devoir
November 16, 2005
Waging a war for talent
Maclean's Magazine
November 06, 2005
Proposing a score for the music business
Montreal Gazette
October 24, 2005
Sight and hearing meet in music study: Do musicians' visual antics affect our music appreciation?
Edmonton Journal
June 10, 2005
Why is it better to face the music?
Montreal Gazette
June 04, 2005
New horizons in music cognition
Yale Scientific
June, 2005
Canadian entertainment at a glance
Resource News International
March 10, 2005
McGill academic offers plan to end file swapping
Guelph Mercury
March 10, 2005
Would you pay 5 cents for a song?
The Globe and Mail
March 09, 2005
A mind for music: Daniel Levitin's journey from rock to research
McGill Alumni News
August, 2004
Psychology professor moonlights as cartoonist
McGill Alumnilife
March 25, 2004
Reading revolution: understanding dyslexia with science
May, 2003
The singing syndrome
The Globe and Mail
January 11, 2003
Saying it with music
University Affairs
January, 2003
Daniel Levitin - La musique pour maître à penser (French)
November 02, 2002
Looking for genetic perfection
BBC News
January 29, 2002
Researchers seeking secret of perfect pitch; Scientists hope to identify gene for rare musical skill
Chicago Sun-Times
January 20, 2002
Study hunts for clues to perfect pitch
The San Diego Union-Tribune
January 15, 2002
Noting the perfect pitch
San Francisco Chronicle
January 14, 2002
The healing power of music
Montreal Gazette
December 08, 2001
The Biology of ... Perfect Pitch: Name That Tone
Discover Magazine
December, 2001
Music, the Brain, and Williams Syndrome
The Scientist
November 26, 2001
Rhythm of life
New Scientist
August 04, 2001
Our gang
The Globe and Mail
June 15, 2001
Social studies: A daily miscellany of information by Michael Kesterton
The Globe and Mail
June 15, 2001
Perfect pitch
Classic FM Magazine
May, 2001
Two paths to genius: Without hard work, musical talent is nothing
New Brunswick Telegraph Journal
April 07, 2001
Dr. rock n' roll
The Globe and Mail
March 12, 2001
Un musicien dans la labo (French)
Le Devoir
February 05, 2001
Mind over muse? Is music more perspiration or inspiration?
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) News Release
January 18, 2001
La musique: fruit d'un dur labeur ou d'élan d'inspiration? Triomphe de l'intellect sur le genie créateur? (French)
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) News Release
January 18, 2001
Exploring the musical brain
Scientific American
January, 2001
The Grammy interview: Paul Simon
Grammy magazine
Music on the brain
Time Magazine
June 05, 2000
Popping into the mind
Montreal Gazette
April 10, 2000
Psychologist of music, rock band record producer Daniel Levitin joins McGil University psychology department
Ascribe News
April 07, 2000
UCSD prof makes a hard pitch for perfect pitch
San Diego Union-Tribune
December 12, 1999
Striking the right note
New Scientist
December 04, 1999
Many born with perfect pitch but lose it, study suggests
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
November 14, 1999
Study: Many born with perfect pitch but lose it
Austin American-Statesman
November 07, 1999
San Jose Mercury News
November 06, 1999
Study links perfect pitch to tonal language
New York Times
November 05, 1999
Musical prodigy highlights convention convened to explore rare syndrome
Associated Press newswires
July 08, 1998
Rare disorder may be the key to rare musical gift
Star-Tribune Newspaper of the Twin Cities Mpls.-St. Paul
July 08, 1998
Blue Moon Rising: The John Fogerty Interview
Audio Magazine
January, 1998
Carpenters music bio is built on music
The Dallas Morning News
December 03, 1997
Still Creative After All These Years: A Conversation with Paul Simon
Grammy Magazine, 15(4)
Richard Carpenter: Still On Top of The World
Grammy Magazine, 15(3)
Conversation in the key of life: Stevie Wonder
Grammy Magazine, 14(3), 14-25
A conversation with Joni Mitchell
Grammy Magazine, 14(2), 26-32
Pop Charts: How Richard Carpenter's lush arrangements turned hit songs into pop classics
Electronic Musician, 11(5), 26-32
May, 1995
Pop star talks about her creative process: Tori Amos
Eugene Register-Guard, p. 7D
September 09, 1994
K.D. Lang: Constant Creating
Grammy Magazine, 10(3), 22-25
December, 1992
George Massenburg's Feel for Sculpting Sound
Billboard, p. 40
October 03, 1992
The REP Interview: George Massenburg
Recording - Engineering - Production, 23(9), 18-22
September, 1992
Lindsey Buckingham
Recording - Engineering - Production, 22(8), 16-21
August, 1992
Engineer George Massenburg (Lyle Lovett)
Recording - Engineering - Production, 23(7)
July, 1992
Phil Ramone: A legend continues to grow
Mix , 15(7), 87-91
July, 1992
Engineer/Producer Bruce Swedien (Michael Jackson)
Recording - Engineering - Production, 23(2)
February, 1992
Guy Clark: The Songwriter's Songwriter
Grammy Magazine
November, 1991
The REP Interview: Jack Renner
Recording - Engineering - Production, 22(1), 28-32
January, 1991
The REP Interview: Orrin Keepnews
Recording - Engineering - Production, 21(11), 34-38
November, 1990
Bruce Swedien: Master of the Microphone.
Recording - Engineering - Production, 21(11), 52-56
November, 1990
Basic Repertoire: Top Producers and Engineers Talk About Important Albums.
Mix, 14(10)
October, 1990

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