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How music motivates the brain to learn

Music benefits us

One study showed that people with Alzheimer's disease handle their stressful emotions better when they listen to music.

Other studies revealed that certain types of music may change our perception, and cheerful music can foster creativity.

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How music motivates the brain to learn

How music motivates the brain to learn

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Music benefits us

One study showed that people with Alzheimer's disease handle their stressful emotions better when they listen to music.

Other studies revealed that certain types of music may change our perception, and cheerful music can foster creativity.

Music rewards us

In a musical reward experiment, researchers found that music is, in itself, a viable reward to motivate the brain to learn new information. 

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Listening to music engages a huge network throughout the brain because music has so many components to it. It keeps your brain fit and healthy.

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