Brain and Education

What do musicians have in their heads?

What do musicians have in their heads?

Brain and Education, Descriptive, Emotional intelligence, Stories of music and the brain, The memory of music
What do musicians have in their heads?For years, we have known that music produces obvious effects on people. It is a stimulus that enriches the sensory, cognitive and motor processes; And it also encourages creativity. Therefore, in the last years, music began to be used with a therapeutic function to cure certain pathological conditions. It is also being introduced in the education of children, since it represents a great importance in the intellectual, auditory, sensory, speech and motor development of the little ones. These are small recent examples of the great importance that music exerts on us, since it is fundamental to develop the full potential of the brain. The musicians' brains Music, playing music or creating music, requires a great mental strength; So much so that practical...
Musicofilia

Musicofilia

Adequate Stimulation, Brain and Education, Stories of music and the brain
Musicofilia: Stories of music and the brain   Oliver Sacks examines the relationship with the music of patients, ordinary people or professional musicians to shed an unusual light on this phenomenon. Through anomalies such as "amusia" - or inability to feel the music -, the hypermusical Williams syndrome - a strange phenomenon of extreme sociability -, musical hallucinations or music as inspiring of real terror, Sacks elaborates a lucid analysis of How music is a key factor in creating human identity, either in a pathogenic way or as a positive agent when it comes to treating Parkinson's, dementia, Tourette's syndrome, encephalitis or temporal lobe attacks. Sacks reveals himself again as a splendid narrator, with the humor, the erudition and the vast scientific and humanisti...
Is music an acoustic drug?

Is music an acoustic drug?

Brain and Education, Emotional intelligence, Hearing and stimulation, Music and Brain
Is music an acoustic drug?Why does a melody excite us and another one deeply displeases us? What prompts us to dance in the presence of a certain type of music? What is the origin of the music? Simple questions, as I like, that I will try to respond with caution in two separate notes so as not to bore the staff. Benedick says in Much Noise and Few Nuts: Is it not strange that the intestines of the sheep snatch souls from the bodies of men? The relationship between music and emotions, although strange, has not begun to study until recently. It is known that the emotional aspect of music has to do with the activation of the limbic system and even with some regions of the cerebral cortex. It is also known that music increases the release of dopamine in the nucleus accumbens (which is a posit...
Play an instrument

Play an instrument

Adequate Stimulation, Brain and Education, Childhood
Play an instrument Playing an instrument, one of the best ways to train the brain You have always heard that music is a girl, but not only listening to music is good for the body, but also playing an instrument can have very good consequences on the health of the person who carries it out. So from Vitonica we are going to see some of the benefits that this activity brings us. When we play an instrument we set in motion a series of mechanisms in the body in which the brain is the neuralgic of activity, so it is closely related to the development of the brain, and is that playing an instrument is one of the best ways Which have to stimulate our intelligence, so it is highly recommended in times of growth and stimulation, as it may be the ideal medium to achieve a complete development of t...
The fundamental element of learning is emotion

The fundamental element of learning is emotion

Adequate Stimulation, Brain and Education, Effects of music on Children, Production
The fundamental element of learning is emotionNeuroscience researcher Francisco Mora asserts that the essential element in the learning process is emotion because you can only learn what you love, what tells something new to the person, which means something, that stands out from the environment in Neuro- Education, the book that just published in Alianza Editorial. Without emotion there is no curiosity, no attention, no learning, no memory. Joy as the basis of learning The scientist points out that "children today learn, from very early on, abstract concepts in rooms with large windows without much light or artificial light, with the rigor and seriousness of teachers that moves away from that primitive" game "that generated learning and memorizing of The direct sensory, "with joy," bas...
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