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.

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