DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1424

Brain evoked potential Analysis of Effects of Popular Music Training on Adolescents' Cognitive Neurobehavioral Plasticity

Liang Yu

Abstract


In order to study the impact of pop music on cognitive neurobehavioral plasticity through the use of ERP technology, this study selected adolescents as the research target group, and studied the impact of music training on multiple cognitive functions, influence characteristics, brain structure and brain functional connection in different stages of popular music training through experimental analysis. The results indicated that pop music training not only enabled adolescents to acquire corresponding musical skill and music knowledge reserve, but also exerted a profound effect on adolescents' cerebral neural development. Meanwhile, the brain plasticity could also be improved, including the neural connection and information communication in the nervous system, making it possible for young people to exercise and develop multiple brain regions. The research results of this paper bear important reference significance for the application of pop music in adolescent education.

Keywords


Pop Music Training, Cognitive Function Transmission, Brain Plasticity

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