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The instrument is good for your reaction time


People who can play a musical instrument seem to be more alert as they grow older, according to a new study at the University of Montreal's School of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology.

The instrument is good for your reaction time

"The more information we have about the influence of music on sensory processes, the broader we can apply music education to individuals who have reduced reaction time," he says. Simon Landry, head of research. "As people get older, they slow down their reaction time. It can be useful to prove that instrumental musical skill can improve your reaction time. "Musicians were enrolled in the study who began to study music between the ages of 3 and 10 and continued for at least 7 years. The control group was made up of students. and a little box-shaped vibration rested, which vibrated occasionally.You had to click with the mouse to hear a certain beep, or if the other hand was vibrating, or both Significantly to tactile and audio-tactile stimuli they responded faster musicians are not as good at learning music as they are in the Brain and Cognition U.S. published in a journal.
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