心理学进展  >> Vol. 6 No. 1 (January 2016)

脑与音乐学习
Brain and Music Learning

DOI: 10.12677/AP.2016.61009, PDF, HTML, XML, 下载: 2,118  浏览: 7,285 

作者: 南 云:北京师范大学认知神经科学与学习国家重点实验室,北京

关键词: 脑科学音乐学习音乐教育Brain Sciences Music Learning Music Education

摘要: 近年来迅猛发展的脑科学为人们认识经验对于大脑的塑造作用提供了独特而又宝贵的视角,使人们能够在行为研究的基础上,进一步探索脑可塑性相应的神经机理。本文主要综述了脑与音乐学习方面近年来的研究成果,概括了音乐学习对个体脑的重要意义以及相应脑科学方面的认识对音乐学习与教育的启示,倡导“基于脑科学的音乐学习与教育”。
Abstract: In recent years, the rapidly developing brain science has offered precious and unique perspectives on how experiences modulate the plasticity of human brain. Besides the behavioral methods, we were thus able to further understand the related neural mechanisms underlying brain plasticity. This article reviewed recent findings on brain and music learning, highlighting the importance of music learning to individual brain and the implications of brain sciences for music learning and education, and promoting “brain science-based music learning and education”.

文章引用: 南云 (2016). 脑与音乐学习. 心理学进展, 6(1), 65-75. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/AP.2016.61009

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