Adobe Stock 164074252

This is How Music Can Change Your Brain

Many would agree that learning to play a musical instrument is great for brain development. To further understand this connection, Northwestern University conducted a study on the cognitive benefits of music classes. The study found a correlation between those who regularly engaged in music classes and neural processing.

View the full article

To learn more about the value of play in communities, click here and request a copy of Words on Play, a treatise on the value of play featuring articles written by respected play scholars and research - PlayCore's friends, mentors, and partners.

More in Research

Related News

Adults With Children On Bridge At Outdoor Activity Centre
Research

Apr. 20, 2018

10 Things to Do This Earth Day

The Earth Day Network is the world’s largest environmental movement.

Newsletter Header V2
Newsletter

Apr. 20, 2018

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Check out what's new at PlayCore for Spring 2018.

Fixit Stainless
Blog

Apr. 19, 2018

Adding Bicycling Amenities to Increase Usage

Cities with the highest share of cyclists have made significant and thoughtful investments in bicycle infrastructure and amenities.