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Apr 20, 2011
A preliminary study published by the American Psychology Association (APA) posits "musical activity throughout life may serveas a challenging cogntive exercise, making your brain fitter and more capable of accomodating the challenges of aging." The study suggests that childhood music lessons may provide a cognitive boost, keeping adults sharper as they age. The impact can be seen decades after an individual has stopped playing an instrument.
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