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Playing a musical instrument improves audio-motor connectivity in the brain, according to a neuroimaging study

06:52 EDT 27 Jul 2017 | Science Daily

Playing a musical instrument throughout life improves the connection between the hearing area and the motor zone, as revealed by a new study. The research, performed through the analysis of the brain of musicians and non-musicians in resting state using functional magnetic resonance, has also revealed that musicians who play an instrument that requires both hands have greater autonomy between them.

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