According to a new study, singing in a choir can improve feelings of social isolation and low mood in stoke survivors.
High-tempo music may increase the benefits of exercise and reduce perceived effort, particularly if listened to during endurance training.
A new study reports singing is beneficial for working memory, mood and executive function in people with mild or early stage dementia.
Listening to classical music during a lecture and again as you sleep can help improve test performance.
A new study suggests the ability to compose and arrange music might, in part, have a genetic component.
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Researchers report people with higher empathy process music with greater involvement in the brain's reward system and areas of the brain associated with social information processing.
A new study reports cross species research could help unlock which features of human music are rooted in our biology, and which are a cultural phenomena.
Different processes occur in the brains of jazz and classical pianists while playing the same piece of music, researchers report.