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This week’s Monday Daily Bow takes a look at the latest updates and very interesting innovations in science and the musical mind.
Numerous studies have appeared in recent years about the physical and mental aspects of practicing. Read on to update yourself with the latest discoveries!
A recent study by Finnish researcher Petri Toiviainen has highlighted the integrated nature of music in the brain, showing us that music is built for our whole brain, as our whole brain is built for music.
In a one-of-a-kind partnership, students from a performing arts high school in Pennsylvania and experts in science and research are launching a study of musical training’s effect on brain deterioration. It’s a unique case of the young using music to help their elders, and it’s a sentiment that is only fitting, given the older generation’s incredible support of the music world.
Ever wonder what’s going on in your brain if you listen music and see colors at the same time? Read on to learn about this fascinating neurological study!
Scientists, authors, musicians, and leaders in technology met in Toronto to discuss the very latest in educational thinking.
Want to increase your child’s verbal intelligence? Read on to find out how music can help!
Hans Jensen interviews Dr. Eckart Altenmüller, Director of the Institute of Music Physiology and Musicians’ Medicine in Hanover, Germany and one of the world’s leading experts on focal dystonia.
Research shows that music can keep our minds healthy and strong. Learn more about how!
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