Music is closely tied to movement, not only in our experience but also in the brain. Only, what actually happens when we move to music? A new study sheds some light on this by showing changes in the brain after learning a new movement to music.
Musical training is becoming increasingly popular as a topic for scientific research. Is musical training a promising cognitive enhancer?
The ability to respond and to enjoy music seems to be innate. Could music have an impact on the cognitive development and consequently on the cognitive functions in developing infants?