LearningRx reviews study on why some musicians are better at sight-reading...

Mar 5, 2017 by

New research indicates it may be possible to categorize professional musicians based on their type of prioritizing modality information: via visual processing or auditory processing....

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Hypertension in teens and kids linked to poorer brain skills

Dec 29, 2016 by

Research published in The Journal of Pediatrics indicates that children and adolescents with high blood pressure may be at risk of weaker cognitive skills....

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Music and dance alter the brain in opposite ways

Dec 13, 2016 by

According to research published in NeuroImage, the brains of dancers and musicians have changes in sensory and motor pathways—but the changes in white matter are at opposite ends of the spectrum....

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SSRIs during pregnancy linked to child’s language and speech disorders...

Dec 7, 2016 by

New findings published in JAMA Psychiatry indicate that children born to mothers who took selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors while pregnant may be at greater risk for speech and language disorders....

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What’s LearningRx? Watch the video!

Nov 23, 2016 by

What is LearningRx personal brain training and why does it work? LearningRx one-on-one brain training focuses on a set of seven cognitive skills that allow us to learn easier, think faster, and perform better: http://www.learningrx.com. This video explains what these skills are and how they affect our ability to perform even the simplest tasks. Hear first-hand what LearningRx graduates and their parents have to say about our program. “If you want to gain physical endurance, you exercise with intensity,” says Christina Ledbetter, PhD, neurologist and research fellow at LSU Health Sciences Center. “If you want to gain brain function, you exercise your brain with intensity. It’s that feature of the LearningRx program that most impresses me. We see these great results because we train intensely.” To read the research and results on thousands of LearningRx clients, visit http://www.learningrx.com/results. Watch the video here:...

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Researchers scan Sting’s brain to study it

Oct 26, 2016 by

While Sting was in Montreal for a concert, he also had his brain scanned to see how he relates and classifies music based on the regions that light up in his brain. The results were fascinating and only add to the idea of the 16-time Grammy Award-winner being a musical genius....

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Sentences show up as predictable patterns in your brain

Oct 20, 2016 by

Scientists can now correctly predict brain activity patterns about 70% of the time just by analyzing words in sentences. The study was published in the journal “Cerebral Cortex.”...

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