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Jazz Up Your Brain Rhythm With Music: In Your Head with Leigh Richardson Radio Program with Guest Alex Doman

We have a treat for you this month! Alex Doman, founder of Advanced Brain Technologies (ABT) and Vital Neuro, was recently a guest of Leigh Richardson on…

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Mason’s Case Report: The boy who knew he needed to listen

The Listening Program® (TLP) often brings exciting and unexpected results in addition to the improvements hoped for. Mason first used TLP in first grade. In just ten…

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inTime rhythm-based music listening therapy and Alzheimer’s

Rhythm-based music listening therapy can have profound effects on the brain, helping to activate and create new neural pathways. For patients with brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s,…

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New Study Shows Quantitative Benefits in Children With Autism, ADHD and Other Needs When Using The Listening Program

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…

Tags ADHD, auditory processing, Autism, Brain, jay lucker, learning disability, music listening therapy, neuroscience, occupational therapy, occupational therapy international, research, sadako vargus, The Listening Program, tlp

inTime and OPERA??- Setting the Stage for Change (Part 2)

Brain change through music listening!  It can happen.  But how?  The research and ideas of neuroscientist Ani Patel, PhD help us understand.  According to Dr. Patel, who…

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inTime and OPERA?? – Yes!..Believe It or Not! (Part 1 of 2)

inTime, Advanced Brain Technologies’ rhythm and sound frequency-based music listening method, was launched on February 7, 2014. It is a program of firsts for music listening therapy…

Tags Ani Patel, auditory, Brain, OPERA, rhythm, speech

Pain Begins in the Brain: New Research Shows We Can Control It More than We Thought

Many people have had the experience of hurting themselves, but not feeling any pain until they looked down and saw blood. Have you ever wondered why that…

Tags Brain, Johns Hopkins, National Public Radio, NPR, Pain, science

Can Smokers Cut Nicotine in the Nick of Time? Study Hints Restoration of Brain Cortex Possible

There’s isn’t anyone left on the planet who could convincingly argue that smoking cigarettes is good for a person. But now new research adds more evidence to…

Tags Brain, Cigarette, Cortex, Molecular Psychiatry, smoking

Training the Brain to Smile Could Lead to Better Health, Better Moods, Even Better Career Success

We’ve all seen our share of the ever-present smiley faces, but could there be something behind the smile that points straight up to the brain? While research…

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The Big Future: Can We Build a Better Brain?

There is no constant except change, said the Greek philosopher Heraclitus. Now, researchers believe the future could very well change the human brain. A recent post at…

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Neuroscientists Make the Call: Smartphones Require Fingers, But Ultimately Change the Brain

Using smartphones affects more than people’s behavior, it appears. While some research has shown that access to a smartphone can change social interactions, a new scientific study…

Tags Brain, cell phones, mobile devices, research, University of Zurich

There’s Such a Thing as a Poker Face; Now Research Suggests There Are Poker Brains, Too

We’ve all heard the expression, “He’s got a poker face.” That means that a person’s thoughts and emotions are well hidden behind a mask of inscrutability. Interestingly,…

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Forget Google — The Brain May Have Its Own GPS System

While Google is intent on mapping everything in your universe, it just so happens that your brain may have its own internal GPS system. Neuroscientists studying this…

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The Incredible Shrinking Brain: Could Media Multitasking Be the Culprit?

You are on your laptop, perusing the news. Your iPhone prompts you to check out a new Facebook post. Then your iPad alerts you that you have…

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Researchers Discover Brain Remains Active While We Snooze

Does the brain ever really rest? The answer is probably Yes. And also No. A team of researchers from Cambridge and Paris conducted a study that showed…

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The Depressed Brain: Study Suggests Thinking About It Makes It Worse

While French philosopher René Descartes recognized the cognitive capabilities of humankind in his famous proclamation “I think, therefore I am,” a new study suggests that perhaps depressed…

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What Do Mice Hear and How Does It Work? Researchers Study Process with New Imaging Technique

What do mice hear? And how? Getting to the crux of that could help scientists not only learn more about the auditory world of a mouse, but…

Tags Brain, hearing, Johns Hopkins, mice, research

Texas Researchers Studying How Loud Noise Affects the Brain

It’s appropriate, perhaps, that the effect of loud noises is being studied by a group of researchers in Texas — where big things abound. Now scientists working…

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