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Related Information for Jack Ingram Around the time Jack Ingram started writing songs and performing, he was studying psychology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. "Music and psychology come from the same place," he says. "It's about studying why people tick. I write songs to figure out my world, why people act the way they do, why they make the decisions they do." Lucky for us, Ingram chose a career in music-and discovered an altogether different kind of therapy. He weaved his ques.. read more