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A new study on music and cognition builds on work by the Dana Arts and Cognition Consortium.
When you listen to music or look at a painting, your brain is busy. At AAAS in Washington, DC, panelists and audience explored “What Does Your Brain See? What Does Your Brain Hear?”
Tune in to the live chat “Do Arts Make Us Smarter” on Thursday at 3pm EST.
Artist Chuck Close spoke at the Society for Neuroscience meeting, explaining how he creates magnificent portraits despite suffering from face blindness.