2009-10-02, English, Article, Report edition: How arts training improves attention and cognition Brenda Patoine; Michael I. Posner

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  • The Dana Foundation, 2009-10-02
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Title
  • How arts training improves attention and cognition
Author
  • Brenda Patoine
  • Michael I. Posner
Published
  • The Dana Foundation, 2009-10-02
Physical Description
  • Report
  • text/​html
Summary
  • Does education in the arts transfer to seemingly unrelated cognitive abilities? Researchers in the US are finding evidence that it does. This paper argues that when children find an art form that sustains their interest, the subsequent strengthening of their brains’ attention networks can improve cognition more broadly.
Language
  • English

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