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Dendistry best music to end


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Dendistry best music to end

  1. 1. Music and Brain Research “Exploring the neurobiology of music, researchers discovered direct evidence that music stimulates specific regions of the brain responsible for memory, motor control, timing and language.” Seattle Times Nov.. 9, 1998 writing about research conducted by neuroscientist, Anne Blood, McGill University, Montreal “We find that harmony, melody and rhythm had distinct patterns of brain activity. They involved both the right and left sides of the brain.” Lawrence Parsons, University of Texas
  2. 2. Movement “Repetitive movement also enhances myelination of the axons, long neural fibers that transmit messages from the neural cell body to the synaptic gap at the end of the dendrites. Myelin insulates the axon fiber, much as the copper wire in an electrical cord is insulated. The insulation protects/enhances the brain’s ability to more efficiently transmit messages.” “Why is Attention Deficit Disorder so prevalent in the U.S.?” Jeanette Farmer, C.G. & Myelination& Myelination
  3. 3. Movement “More importantly, sufficiently developed myelinated neural networks are protected from a chemical housecleaning which nature releases around the age of eleven. This action dissolves all undeveloped neural fields leaving the brain with the weight it had at 18 months. Only sufficiently developed neural networks become permanent ‘structures of knowledge.” Jeanette Farmer, C.G. “Why is Attention Deficit Disorder So prevalent in the US?” pg. 4
  4. 4. Depth — It is the repetitive movement of the limbs and organs of the body that provide the exercise needed to assist the myelination of the axons in the brain. Extensive use of technological tools at an early age, no matter how alluring, may actually limit the development of these organs, thereby, diminishing future intellectual potential. ““Learning is experience. EverythingLearning is experience. Everything else is just information.”else is just information.” — Albert Einstein— Albert Einstein
  5. 5. Children with limited exposure to the tools of technology inChildren with limited exposure to the tools of technology in their youth, will remain extremely capable of using thesetheir youth, will remain extremely capable of using these same tools during adolescence and adulthood.same tools during adolescence and adulthood.
  6. 6. We hope you have enjoyedWe hope you have enjoyed ““Building Better MindsBuilding Better Minds ThroughThrough ““Dendistry”Dendistry” Roger BarnhartRoger Barnhart Chelsea CourtneyChelsea Courtney Reed CourtneyReed Courtney Jesse SandersJesse Sanders Jud SandersJud Sanders Ron ScuttRon Scutt Thanks to everyone who assisted with this project.Thanks to everyone who assisted with this project.
  7. 7. byby Stehekin School StudentsStehekin School Students and Teacherand Teacher copyright 1999 Building BetterBuilding Better Minds ThroughMinds Through ““DendristryDendristry””