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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…

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

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

Could Neurofeedback Obviate the Need for Drugs for Children Diagnosed with ADHD?
Are drugs the best possible treatment for children diagnosed with ADHD? A new study aims to find out if and how Neurofeedback could mitigate the role of…

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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

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…

Tags Brain, Google, GPS, research, University College London

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…

Tags Brain, research, science, sleep

Autism and Sensory Processing Disorders Suggest Differences in Brain Wiring
Are autism and what have come to be referred to as Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) two different disorders? It appears so. Recent research by scientists studying the…

Tags Autism, Brain Wiring, neurodevelopmental disorder, sensory

Ability to Move to a Beat Linked to Consistency of Neural Responses to Sound
The ability to synchronize movement to a steady beat relates to the brain’s response to sound. Musical training with an emphasis on movement synchronization to musical beats…

Tags movement, music training, reading, rhythm