- Written by Christian Wissmuller
- Published: 01 December 2013
Studies released last month at the Society for Neuroscience meeting foundthat music training may increase the neural connections in regions of the brain associated with creativity, decisionmaking, and complex memory, and they may improve a student’s ability to process conflicting information from many senses at once.
It's been proven time and time again that music scholars develop more advanced learning patterns than non musicians and that the study of music even physically enhances brain function, but it never hurts to have even more proof. To read more, click here: http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2013/11/25/13music.h33.html?tkn=XZWFsqjI3ccaX6UbLV5Q%2BAOypmSEcG6sDEMS&cmp=clp-edweek
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