A new scientific study to explore how the brain changes in the first five years of playing an instrument hits the compelling intersection of science and art in San Diego.
When you’re learning music in a neuroscience town, somebody’s bound to try to figure out exactly what happens to your brain over time.
Footage from a recent conversation among three widely respected
local scholars in neuroscience and percussion.
More from the scientists thinking about how our brains process
A packed house at the Neurosciences Institute last night engaged
their brains in the questions: What is the beat? And how does the
brain perceive it?
Two neuroscience researchers using music to study how the brain works turn to our reporter for help, hoping she has an elusive and unusual trait: An innate lack of rhythm.