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More evidence that trained musicians are superior thinkers

New findings suggest that even limited training and practice can provide significant cognitive benefits throughout life. Photo: Clark Young/Unsplash)

New findings suggest that even limited training and practice can provide significant cognitive benefits throughout life.
(Photo: Clark Young/Unsplash)

New research suggests that practicing Bach and Beethoven can build up the brain.

More than ever, a well-paying career requires sharp mental skills. People who can process information quickly, ignore distractions, and switch smoothly from one task to another are at an enormous advantage in the workplace.

New research identifies one subset of the population that disproportionately possesses those precise abilities: trained, experienced musicians. Full story.

Tom Jacobs (Pacific Standard) / November 19, 2018

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