Friday, August 31, 2012

Music is found to be beneficial for those with brain injuries

A recent study of those with brain injuries and a control group without brain injuries shows that the brain responds positively to familiar music. After listening to their favorite songs, chosen by family members, people with brain injuries were more likely to get their name right and had overall better cognitive function than when they listened to random music. A positive response was also seen in the cognitive abilities of the control group after listening to their favorite songs.

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