Category Archives: Arts and Creativity
Dean Blevins gave his conference address Friday Nov 4th. Attached is a copy of his conference address. Brain Matters Creativity Dr. Blevins address will be available through the association journal Religious Education
On March 24, 2011, a group of scientists gathered to discuss music, the brain, and education at Rutgers University as a part of the NSF-supported Temporal Dynamics of Learning Centers. Part of TSN: The Science Network resources
A report from ScienceDaily (Apr. 20, 2011) — Those childhood music lessons could pay off decades later — even for those who no longer play an instrument — by keeping the mind sharper as people age, according to a preliminary … Continue reading
A Research Article in the Journal of Neuroscience offers evidence in an article titled Biochemical Support for the “Threshold” Theory of Creativity: A Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Study
Marc Steiner Podcast interview with Dr. Charles Limb and Dr. Mariale Hardiman, John Hopkins University faculty and advocates in the field of neuro-education. The interview addresses the relationship between neuroscience and the arts and its importance for education. See also the … Continue reading
What is the connection between the Arts and the Brain? In this short video presentation Michael Gazzaniga (Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara) discusses insights from the Dana Foundation Learning, Arts, and the Brain Consortium.