These studies are conducted with people who have suffered a serious stroke in the left hemisphere and therapy can be time consuming.
Nina Kraus, director of the Laboratory of Hearing Neurology at Northwestern University, said that musical training enhances the brain’s ability in other areas, according to recent studies.
For example, she said, a musician used to detect patterns of sound is more capable than others to recognize the voice of a friend in a noisy environment.
“Musical experience improves skills that are important in everyday life,” Kraus said.
“Playing an instrument can help children to process the speech better in noisy classrooms and more accurately interpret the nuances conveyed by subtle changes in the human voice language,” she added.
She stressed that one often use musical patterns when learning to speak and when talking to babies.
“The human auditory system is adjusted through the experiences with sound throughout life.
The musical training not only benefits the processing of musical stimuli.
We’ve found that years of music training also improve sound processing for language and emotion, “Kraus said.
“The same reactions that are pronounced in musicians are deficient in clinical populations such as dyslexic children” she added.
It is with the language or with instrumental music, that you can record brain waves and then issue them to hear the sound, fact that showed with a series of recordings.
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