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  • Tinnitus is a fascinating and challenging condition to live with. Many scientists in the neuromusical field suffer from tinnitus, so they have a vested interest in studying it. The reason why it is so fascinating is that it seems to have no point of origin or malfunctioning area, it is a disease that stretches across […]

  • This is a brilliant article worth a full read, but here are some highlights for you from one of BBBs favourite researchers Professor Sarah Wilson from the University of Melbourne. “When we study singing, we don’t just learn about singing,” she says. “We learn about things that make us uniquely human and gain insights into […]

  • For quite some time, researchers have been trying to understand the brain mechanisms that result in the condition known as dyslexia. For scientists, it is a fascinating condition because it can present in a variety of ways, and the issues seem to arise from a number of different neural processes. It is a complex puzzle, […]

  • Streaming services are getting a great workout during this period of lockdown. We are watching TV and listening to music more than we ever have before, as we deal with the stress and uncertainty of the COVID-19 world. Become a member for access to more resources like this one This article gives us an excellent […]

  • We’re very excited to announce the very first compilation of professional readings from 2019. It is all of the benefits of a BBB membership in one place. It’s important to use our time at home effectively and not fall behind in our development as neuromusical educators. NeuroMusic offers you the opportunity to develop your understanding […]

  • Here is a great article to take along to your next staff meeting or use as a discussion point with other teachers in your school, particularly if it is a primary or elementary school. It is a good description of the current thinking and research into the way our ears are at the root of […]

  • What do you get when you put Orff, Jazz and a group of elderly non-musicians together? The answer is, happier people! This randomised study, which means the participants were not necessarily interested in learning music, saw 45 people aged 62 to 95 (healthy or with cognitive impairment) attend an intensive music training program composed of […]

  • Can second language ability be predicted through music? Well, maybe! This study tried to shed light on the following gap in our understanding. “While musicality and working memory are mostly treated as clear predictors of foreign language learning ability, the relationship between brain morphology and language aptitude is far from obvious.” Basically, we know that […]

  • Today we launch the “Get your Bigger Better Brain at home” series. This is in direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the move by countries around the world to shut down school and commence at home learning for an extended period of time. This shift to at home learning has been incredibly rapid. The […]

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