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The study, which was presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, included 48 Han Chinese adults between
"Being a millisecond faster may not seem like much, but the brain is very sensitive to timing and a millisecond compounded
But don’t expect your kid to become the next Einstein just because you start him on the clarinet before he can walk. Penhune
The answer from a study just published in the Journal of Neuroscience is a resounding yes. The team of researchers from Northwestern
When Dan had his stroke, his occupational therapist suggested that piano lessons would be beneficial for his brain and his motor skills.
The study included 87 adults who were asked to watch a captioned video. Their neural responses to the sounds of speech were