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How music affects children’s brain

How music affects children’s brain

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How music affects children's brain Children who grow up listening to music, singing songs, and moving to the beat of music enjoy a better sensory system, creating more links in the neural connections of the brain. These are some of the effects that music causes in children: -Stimulates creativity and imagination. -Improves the ability to solve mathematical problems and complex reasoning. -Make them inter-act with each other. -Increases memory capacity, attention and concentration. -Increases self-esteem. -In combination with dance, stimulates the senses, balance and muscle development. In what ways does music influence children? Intelligence. Listening to music in childhood helps to create certain patterns in the brain. Children are born with billions of neurons in the brain. I...
Synesthesia, the art of seeing music

Synesthesia, the art of seeing music

Adequate Stimulation, Instrumentals
Synesthesia, the art of seeing music, touching sadness and smelling the colors Can a sound be yellow? Can it be depressing to touch jeans? Can an odor make us cold? Can anything have a pointy flavor? Yes, if we are synesthetes. Because of this psychophysiological phenomenon called synesthesia, some people may experience sensations in a particular sense (eg the ear) when another is stimulated (say, touch). That is, they can see geometric shapes of colors when they hear a song, for example. And no, it is not the result of his imagination, or a drug pack. Synesthesia is described by neurologists as anomalous communication between brain areas, a "crossover", it could be said commonly. The most common (in a percentage of 49%) is that the wires of the lexical stimuli (letters, numbers or...
Music and brain

Music and brain

Adequate Stimulation, Instrumentals
Music helps recovery from brain damage In a pilot study it has been shown that the use of music therapy can aid recovery in the treatment of brain lesions. Not only that, but it can also help create new brain structures for overcoming disabilities. This is confirmed by a study of the Research Unit in Neurodevelopment of the Institute of Neurobiology, Campus Juriquilla. In the first study of a premature child with perinatal asphyxia, cerebral enema, and pneumonia, he presented with a magnetic resonance a volume in the right cerebral ventricle of 1'6 ml and the left of 1'49 ml, and the corpus callosum 0'31 Ml. In the last analysis had a volume of 2'95ml in the right ventricle and 2'93 in the right, and the corpus callosum reached 3'77 ml, a size that corresponds to the natural taking ...
The condor happens

The condor happens

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The condor happens Compared to those without musical training, participants who had studied one to five years of music had better brain responses to complex sounds. These people were more effective for extracting the fundamental frequency of the sound signal, ie, the lowest frequency in the sound that is key in music perception and speech. "This ability allows them to recognize complex sounds in a noisy environment, it is also important for memory and spoken expression," explains ELMUNDO.es Nina Kraus, professor of Neurobiology, Physiology and Communication Sciences at Northwestern University and lead author of the study. effects maintained For this research, it is clear that "the way in which you hear today is dictated by the experiences with so...
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