Music and the Brain: How Does Music Play Us?

    Donald Robin, professor and chair of the communications sciences and disorders department, came to the University of New Hampshire from the University of Texas at San Antonio. His brain-music research involved scanning the brains of Grammy-Award-winning jazz musicians to determine what parts of the brain “light up” during improvisation, what regions of the brain communicate to each other and what regions are silent. Robin’s recent research focused on how music illuminates learning with kindergartners at the Seacoast Charter School in Dover.

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