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Here you'll find a selection of the best current scientific and music education research to provoke and inspire you and keep you one step ahead. Carefully selected for interest and relevance and available as downloads or links. There are suggestions for further reading as well as short video presentations and journal articles.
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Resisting Pressure to Create Brainier Babies Babies' Brains Need Music How I can help my baby relieve their colic distress? Building Baby's Brain: The Role of Music Functional specializations for music processing in the newborn

Resisting Pressure to Create Brainier Babies

Babies' Brains Need Music

How I can help my baby relieve their colic distress?

Building Baby's Brain: The Role of Music

Functional specializations for music processing in the

"The biggest problem with using videos, CDs and preprogrammed electronic toys to stimulate your baby is that it keeps her away from essential learn
According to researchers at McMaster University in Canada - very early music training can benefit children - before they even learn to walk or talk
Colic (crying for 3 or more hours per day) usually starts to improve at about six weeks of age, and is generally gone by the time your baby is 12 w
"Researchers believe that musical training actually creates new pathways in the brain." Music has a powerful effect on our emotions. Parent
Newborns show neural emotional responses to musical stimuli because a neuronal architecture serving the processing of music is already present at b
The Importance of Prenatal Sound and Music Newborn babies start learning language in the womb Sing and observe... sing and cuddle... sing and sing Listening to nursery rhymes Communicative Musicality: Exploring the basis of companionship

The Importance of Prenatal Sound and Music

Newborn babies start learning language in the womb

Sing and observe... sing and cuddle... sing and sing

Listening to nursery rhymes

Communicative Musicality: Exploring the basis of compan

“The foetus is having its first language lessons in the womb. The inflections of the mother tongue are conveyed not only through speech but m
The melodies of the newborn babies' cries followed the same intonations of the languages the babies had heard in the womb.
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Listening to nursery rhymes helps children to build expectations and manage when they fail in terms of what, in terms of where, in terms of when an
Communicative Musicality explores the intrinsic musical nature of human interaction. The theory of communicative musicality was developed from grou
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