Chilean neurologists have shown that youngsters who play music have higher cognitive capacities than their classmates.
Scientists have discovered that such lessons not only increase brain activity, attention, and memory but also help to maintain the gained abilities throughout one’s life. Furthermore, in the brains of adolescent musicians, a “phonological loop” is established. During decision-making, completing complicated cognitive tasks, and accomplishing specific goals, a similar process happens. As a result, youngsters who play music are more likely to fulfill their life objectives and are mentally robust to difficult events.