People living in areas with high levels of daytime noise had a 36% higher risk of being diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment, and a 30% increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease than those living in quieter neighborhoods.
Our perception of musical timing is closely linked to the quality of the sound.
Children who learn to play musical instruments have an edge over their non-musical peers when it comes to learning, memory, and attention. Those who learn musical instruments showed greater activity in the inferior frontal gyrus and the supramarginal g…
A new bimodal neuromodulation device that stimulates both the ear and tongue reduces the severity of tinnitus in patients for up to a year.
Relaxing music can help enhance enjoyment while dining, a new study reports. However, normal background noise in restaurants can have a negative impact on the dining experience.
Study identified the neural markers of beat synchronization in the brain and sheds light on how auditory perception and motor processes work together.
Researchers propose an alternative mechanism to explain the link between hearing loss and dementia. The study sheds light on the role of the medial temporal lobe in auditory cognition.
When people were warned about the inaccuracy of retelling events, they were less susceptible to misinformation. Providing warnings increased reinstatement of visual activity associated with witnessing an event and decreased the reinstatement of auditor…
Believing in neuromyths, especially concerning learning styles, may be dangerous to personal development. Researchers debunk the concepts surrounding neuromyths.
A new study links high-dose opioid use to an increased risk of hearing loss and auditory problems. Researchers believe hearing problems may be a result of toxicity to the ear related to opioid exposure.