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Music of the Brain

Author: Films on Demand.; Films Media Group.
Publisher: Lawrenceville, NJ : Films Media Group ; Orangeville, ON : McIntyre Media [distributor] 2009
Edition/Format:   eVideo : Clipart/images/graphics : EnglishView all editions and formats
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As many non-Western cultures have always known, music affects human development from the womb to the grave-in fact, it may even have specific health benefits. This documentary examines the role music plays in shaping our brains and improving our well-being. Starting with the effect of musical vibrations on premature infants in neonatal intensive care, the film moves on to study the role of music in enhancing  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Videorecording
Educational films
Internet videos
Additional Physical Format: Originally produced:
TVF International (Firm), 2010
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Films on Demand.; Films Media Group.
OCLC Number: 695008269
Notes: Title from resource description page (viewed Dec. 08, 2010).
"As many non-Western cultures have always known, music affects human development from the womb to the grave?in fact, it may even have specific health benefits. This documentary examines the role music plays in shaping our brains and improving our well-being. Starting with the effect of musical vibrations on premature infants in neonatal intensive care, the film moves on to study the role of music in enhancing childhood learning, the rewards of music therapy in hospitals, and the ways in which music can help the elderly. Expert commentators include Dr. Isabelle Peretz, a specialist in music cognition, and Dr. John Sloboda, a pioneer in the field of music psychology. (56 minutes)."
Description: 1 streaming video (56 minutes.)
Details: Mode of access: Internet.
Contents: Interrelationship Between Humans and Music (1:12) --
Humans as Musical Species (1:16) --
Music: Human Experience (1:25) --
Talent vs. No Talent (1:18) --
Innate Knowledge of Music (1:27) --
Music and Socialization (1:15) --
Music and Parent-Infant Bond (0:59) --
Importance of Lullabies (0:46) --
Auditory and Motor Systems of the Brain (1:11) --
Music Throughout the Brain (1:43) --
Music and Brain Activity (1:22) --
Interrelationship of Music and Language (1:48) --
Music: Left Brain-Right Brain Theory (1:04) --
Brain Processing of Musical Experiences (1:21) --
Musical Networks in the Brain (0:47) --
Aphasia and the Brain (1:32) --
Music Therapy (1:36) --
Vissarion Shebalin: 1902-1963 (0:50) --
Language Patterns and Music (1:44) --
Sound Patterns and Musical Composition (0:56) --
Musical Preferences: Mothers and Babies (0:56) --
Auditory Streaming (1:14) --
Auditory Environment (1:03) --
Linguistic Environment (0:55) --
Premature Babies and Maternal Voices (1:01) --
Musical Inclination in Children (1:14) --
Mozart Effect (0:50) --
Learning and Brain Changes (1:10) --
Musical Performance (1:16) --
Musical Training and Brain Development (1:30) --
Comprehensive Music Education (1:47) --
Computer-Generated Music (1:32) --
Tone Deafness (1:13) --
Reason for Tone Deafness (1:00) --
Non-Musical People (1:27) --
What Is Tone Deafness? (1:27) --
Music and Mood Elevation (0:59) --
Canned Music (1:37) --
Music and Body Chemistry (1:05) --
Musical Context (1:11) --
Music and Motor Skills (1:32) --
Music and Geriatric Patients (1:12) --
Music and Play (1:16).

Abstract:

As many non-Western cultures have always known, music affects human development from the womb to the grave-in fact, it may even have specific health benefits. This documentary examines the role music plays in shaping our brains and improving our well-being. Starting with the effect of musical vibrations on premature infants in neonatal intensive care, the film moves on to study the role of music in enhancing childhood learning, the rewards of music therapy in hospitals, and the ways in which music can help the elderly. Expert commentators include Dr. Isabelle Peretz, a specialist in music cognition, and Dr. John Sloboda, a pioneer in the field of music psychology.

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