Can a Jam Session Help Healthcare Workers Battle Burnout? The COVID-19 pandemic has strained the entire healthcare system and the first responders treating those who fall ill. Even before the outbreak, half of all doctors and a third of […] Read More Let’s Get Physical: Dancing to Support Family Fitness at Home Millions of families are adjusting to a new normal of stay-at-home life. COVID-19 has changed how we learn and work and interrupted our routines for recreation and leisure time, too. […] Read More A Global Call to Art: The COVID-19 Archives The latest ideas from around the world on how to stay home, stay healthy and make the most of the arts for wellbeing. Last updated: August 9, 2020. MUSEUMS Visit […] Read More Group Singing Provides a Good Refrain for the Brain As the holiday season kicks into high gear, the sounds of choral singing are everywhere. But group singing has been growing in popularity in all seasons. According to the Chorus […] Read More How Music Can Help People with Alzheimer’s and Dementia In 2014, the documentary “Alive Inside” popularized the notion that music can be used in some patients with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) or dementia to elicit responsiveness and memories. In a […] Read More Nigel Osborne: World-Class Composer Uses Music to Heal Children Traumatized by War Fear courses through your blood as the sounds of sniper shots surround you; the buildings you once recognized as your neighborhood are reduced to rubble on the ground. The destruction […] Read More Bringing Harmony to the Brain: The Neuroscience of Music and Parkinson’s Disease As anyone who has heard “their song” can attest, the right music has the power to make you move. Now healthcare providers are trying to harness this power to help […] Read More Dialog Series: Why The Arts are Essential to Public Health Research The International Arts + Mind Lab (IAM Lab) hosted its inaugural Dialog Series this spring, featuring singer/songwriter turned public health researcher Tasha Golden PhD. Dr. Golden’s workshop, Advancing Health Equity: […] Read More The Sound Resonance Project: Can We Measure the Emotions of Music? To witness the healing power of music, you don’t have to look any further than the spontaneous outbursts of singing by thousands of people as they watched in horror and […] Read More Charles Limb, MD: Mapping the Creative Minds of Musicians Jazz pianist Keith Jarrett performed some musical magic in 1975 at the Cologne Opera House in Germany. For more than an hour, he played enthralling solo—and his entire performance was […] Read More ← Back More → Join the neuroaesthetics conversation. Subscribe here.