WASHINGTON, April 25 (Xinhua) — Early music training may not only support the development of music perception in infants, but also benefit their speech learning, a U.S. study said Monday. The study, published in the U.S. journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, showed that a series of music lessons improved nine-month-old babies’ brain […]Read more "Early music training benefits infants’ speech learning: study"
Advanced Brain Technologies, creators of The Listening Program®, a provider of evidence-based music programs and products for improving brain function, today announced the publication of a new study titled “A Quantitative Summary of The Listening Program (TLP) Efficacy Studies: What Areas Were Found to Improve by TLP Intervention?” that shows quantitative benefits in children with […]Read more "New Study Shows Benefits of The Listening Program for Children with Autism ADHD and More"
Music is a universal language. It can make you laugh or cry. It can soothe you after a stressful day, or get your blood pumping for a competition. Even more remarkably, music can help you heal. Why do you feel so many emotions when listening to music? How does it affect your health? The answer […]Read more "Music benefits the mind and health"
“This is the first preliminary evidence that attending a cultural event can have an impact on endocrine activity and down-regulate stress,” researchers Daisy Fancourt and Aaron Williamon from Imperial College London write in the journal Public Health. “These results are in line with 22 previous studies showing that listening to music in the controlled setting […]Read more "Seeing live music could reduce your stress hormone levels, study finds"