Effects of Music on Brain Development Jacob Sosebee

A Harvard Medical School student recently concluded that music training could be used to treat a range of disabilities

University of Southern California's Brain and Creativity Institute recent completed a 5 year study that concluded that music training helps the brain mature at a much faster rate than normal development

Music is one of the easiest ways to express yourself, because of the wide varieties of genres

Music Therapy is on the rise to help people cope with issues or disabilities; because of its ease of expression

Music makes the brain work like an engine, thus strengthening the minds motor skills and evaluation skills

References

Kullmann, D. M. (Ed.). (2006, September 25). Brain. Retrieved October 28, 2016, from http://brain.oxfordjournals.org/content/129/10/2528?rss=1

Buzsáki, G. (n.d.). Music and the Brain. Retrieved November 3, 2016, from http://tdlc.ucsd.edu/research/highlights/rh-music-and-brain-2011.html

Gersema, E. (2016, June 20). Children’s brains develop faster with music training. Retrieved November 6, 2016, from http://news.usc.edu/102681/childrens-brains-develop-faster-with-music-training/

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