Wed 27 May

POP PSYCHOLOGY: HOW MUSIC AFFECTS YOUR BRAIN

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Doors open at 6:30 PM
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From K-Pop to Country, from Disco to Dancehall, music can make you feel a range of emotions. But did you know that Music also influences key brain chemicals which, when harnessed correctly, can boost brain function & wellbeing? In this fascinating webinar, Neuroscientist Dr Julia Jones shows the science behind music’s effect on the body and brain, to live happier and healthier for longer.

Neuroscience has shown that listening to music can physically improve brain function, enhance social engagement, improve cognitive function and even stave off degenerative illnesses. Drawing on research from around the world, including my own academic and professional work, we’ll delve into how music delivers many surprising benefits. The aim was to encourage people to consume a little music every day (through listening, singing, dancing, learning, playing, moving). Julia will teach you the basic neuroscience principles so that you can get the most from the resources available - wherever you may be.

Talk starts: 6.30pm Tickets: £5 + Booking fee When the show’s about to start, the link to join will appear on your ticket, or you can access the stream link that we’ll email you on the day.

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Doors open6:30 PM

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