Singing and imagined musical improvisation were associated with weaker connectivity to the executive function network in the brain and to the feeling of flow, which allows for unhindered musical creativity.
Autistic children and adults are better at holding and imitating relative pitch than they are with absolute pitch across both speech and song.
According to a new study, vocal songs that accompany dance, sooth a child or express love tend to sound similar across different cultures. The findings, researchers note, show consistency with the existence of a universal link between the form and function of vocal music.
Researchers embark on new research in order to better understand the relationship between sensorimotor action and perception.
Researchers have published evidence that singing can have beneficial effects for people with Parkinson's disease.
A new study reports the vocal muscles of Bengalese finches change function to help produce different parameters of sounds, much like an opera singer.
A new study reports singing is beneficial for working memory, mood and executive function in people with mild or early stage dementia.