Humans can get goosebumps for a lot of reasons, primarily because of cold but also from reactions to music, movies, sounds or fear. The cold reaction makes the most sense; your hair follicles stand on end, which (if you had more hair than modern humans do) increases the distance between your skin and the cold air. But what about the other reasons? Is it like ASMR? BrainCraft's Vanessa Hill examines some movie clips and songs that have been used in scientific studies for their proven ability to stimulate vicarious goosepimples in humans. If her samples don't give you goosebumps, you can check out full-length versions of the shivery clips below.
Here are all the film and music clips from the video that scientists believe are extra-good at causing goosebumps.