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Abrams, D. A., Ryali S., Chen T., Chordia P., Khouzam A., Levitin D. J., Menon V. Intersubject synchronization of brain responses during natural music listening. European Journal of Neuroscience. (2013).
Stanford School of Medicine Press Release: Study shows different brains have similar responses to music
CNN News Release: This is your brain on music
European Journal of Neuroscience Blog: While music is an individualistic experience, different people’s brains track music in a consistent way
Lynch, C. J., Uddin, L. Q., Supekar, K., Khouzam, A., Phillips, J., Menon, V. Default mode network in childhood autism: Posteromedial cortex heterogeneity and relationship with social deficits. Biological Psychiatry. (2013).
MDLinx News Release: Default Mode Network in Childhood Autism: Posteromedial Cortex Heterogeneity and Relationship with Social Deficits
Supekar, K., Swigart, A., Tenison, C., Jolles, D., Rosenberg-Lee, M., Fuchs, L., & Menon, V. Neural predictors of individual differences in response to math tutoring in primary-grade school children. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. (2013).
Stanford School of Medicine: Size, wiring of brain structures in kids predict benefit from math tutoring, study says
San Jose Mercury News Release: Stanford study says MRI scans can predict outcome of math tutoring
Science News: Brain measurements predict math progress with tutoring
The Stanford Daily: Researchers link MRI scans to math ability
Stanford School of Medicine News Release: Not getting sleepy? Research explains why hypnosis doesn't work for all
PNAS Press Release: From Monteverdi to Joplin, rhythm patterns recur
Wired Magazine News Release: Fractal Musical Rhythms
Stanford School of Medicine News Release: New imaging method allows scientists to identify specific mental states.
Stanford School of Medicine News Release: Imaging study reveals differences in brain function for children with math anxiety
The Guardian: Maths anxiety: the numbers are mounting
SF Chronicle: Demystifying math could ease anxiety
Rosenberg-Lee, M., Barth, M. & Menon, V. What difference does a year of schooling make?: Maturation of brain response and connectivity between 2nd and 3rd grades during arithmetic problem solving. NeuroImage. (2011).
Stanford School of Medicine News Release: Adding it up: Research shows how early math lessons change children's brains.
CNN The Chart: Does third grade lead to brain changes?
ScienceNews: A year adds up to big changes in the brain.
ABC News: New study reveals brain differences.
PLoS Biology: From Child to Young Adult, the Brain Changes Its Connections.
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Stanford News: Abnormal brain organization in Alzheimer’s disease patients may lead to easier diagnoses.
Stanford School of Medicine News Release: Pioneering Stanford study shows how children's brain signaling differs from adults.
Stanford StoryBank: Pioneering Stanford study shows how children's brain signaling differs from adults.
Stanford News: Taking a page from Facebook: Researchers track brain networks in Alzheimer's.
Stanford School of Medicine News Release: Facebook concepts indicate brains of Alzheimer's patients aren't as networked, Stanford study shows .
The Times of India (India): Alzheimer’s: Puneite breaks new ground.
Stanford Report: Taking a page from Facebook: Researchers track brain networks in Alzheimer's.
Simons Foundation for Autism Research
Sridharan, D., Levitin, D. J., Chafe, C. H., Berger, J. & Menon, V. Neural dynamics of event segmentation in music: Converging evidence for dissociable ventral and dorsal streams. Neuron, 55(3), 21-532 (2007).
Report to the US Congress
ABC News: Music and the pregnant pause.
Ascribe: How the Brain Responds as the Beat Goes on: McGill, Stanford Researchers First to Map Neural Responses to Transitions in Music.
Business Wire: Music Moves Brain to Pay Attention, Stanford Study Finds.
Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (Canada): In music and memory formation, silence is golden, researchers say.
Cell Press(Neuron): Music hath charms to probe the brain's auditory circuitry.
EurekAlert: Music hath charms to probe the brain's auditory circuitry.
Forskning (Norway): Barokk hjerneforskning.
Le Devoir (French Canada): Notre cerveau aurait l'instinct mélomane.
Le Scienze (Italy): Musica & cervello.
McGill News (Canada): How the brain responds as the beat goes on.
NetDoktor.De Nachrichten (Germany): Gehirn: Musik schärft die Aufmerksamkeit
News-Medical.net (Australia): Music moves brain to pay attention.
Palo Alto Online: Study: Music makes brain work better.
Science Daily: Music Moves Brain To Pay Attention, Study Finds.
Stanford News: Music moves brain to pay attention, organize events.
Stanford School of Medicine News Release: Music moves brain to pay attention, Stanford study finds.
The Hindu (India): Music moves brain to pay attention: study.
Times of India (India): Hear music for a sharper brain.
U.S. News: Researchers Watch Music Play in the Brain.
Washington Post: Researchers watch music play in the brain.
Zee News (India): Listening to music makes the brain work better.
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Music and the Pregnant Pause: Research Shows a Moment of Silence Enhances the Experience
Brazilian Magazine "What's Up?" (Brazil)
Danish Newspaper Jyllands-Posten (Denmark)
La Repubblica (Italy): La magia della musica "Così attiva il cervello."
Hispanic Science News Wire Service
Journal of Life Sciences
San Jose Mercury News
Scientific American: The Sound Track of Our Minds.
Sounds Opinion, Chicago Public Radio
The Daily Telegraph (U.K.): Our brains crackle to the sound of silence.
The Calcutta Telegraph: Our brains crackle to the sound of silence.
Stanford School of Medicine Top Web Story of 2007
More than 75 newspapers and online news websites worldwide.
2007 Brain Network Dynamics Conference
Menon, V. & Levitin, D. J. The rewards of music listening: Response and physiological connectivity of the mesolimbic system. Neuroimage, 28(1), 175-184 (2005).
New York Times: Music of the Hemispheres
Azim, E., Mobbs, D., Jo, B., Menon, V. & Reiss, A. L. Sex differences in brain activation elicited by humor. Proc Natl Acad Sci U.S.A. 102(45), 16496-16501 (2005).
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Adleman, N. E., Menon, V., Blasey, C. M., White, C. D., Warsofsky, I. S., Glover, G. H. & Reiss, A. L. A developmental fMRI study of the Stroop color-word task. Neuroimage. 16(1), 61-75 (2002).