By Abhilasha Shah, PR/Communications Intern, University of Michigan. This post originally appeared on Shutterstock Blog. Imagine you're listening to a new song and deciding whether you like it. That snap decision involves more than you might think. Because the likeability of music is so subjective, we all have our own personal preferences that go into our judgments. What you may not realize, though, is the depth of the physiological process that every individual's brain goes through in determining whether a song pleases them or repels them. Let's take a look inside. Dopamine, a neurotransmitter released in the brain, is triggered...

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