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Music shapes your brain
14 Mar 2005
By: Harvard Medical School

http://www.musicianbrain.com/

Ever wonder how all that sound and music you've been making is altering your neural nets? The researchers at the Music and Neuroimaging Laboratory at Beth Israel Deaconess & Harvard Medical School write: The human brain has the remarkable ability to adapt in response to changes in the environment over the course of a lifetime. Yes, it's true, music really does make parts of your brain grow larger (though it is not clear whether this enlargement might be at the expense of other areas of the brain)!


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