Left/right brain integration
tonmaas at xs4all.nl
Sat Nov 30 06:32:31 EST 1996
In article <57mafr$2vf at netty.york.ac.uk>,
Ian Walker <iw103 at york.ac.uk> wrote:
>Whilst we're discussing this I thought I'd share with you all a
>fascinating study I read recently which found that the corpus callosum
>(the main bundle of connections between the two hemispheres) was thicker
>and better-connected in musicians than in controls, but only if they had
>started learning their instrument before the age of 7. Interesting, eh?
Please give us a few more references. This is indeed highly interesting
"stuff" and I for one would like to know more about it. If only this could
be tied in with Mittelstaedt/Bateson's notion of feedback vs. calibration!
Ton Maas, Amsterdam NL
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