Disruptive Sounds Help Aging Brain Ignore Distractions | As we age, we have an increasingly harder time ignoring distractions. But by learning to discriminate a sound amidst progressively more disruptive distractions, we can diminish our distractibility, new research in Cell Press journal Neuron reveals. A similar strategy might also help children with attention deficits or individuals with other mental challenges. [Neuroscience News: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/brain/]
Mare Winningham, Jeff Perry, Susan Pourfar, Gayle Rankin, Russell Harvard, and Will Brill in the New York premiere of Tribes. City Theatre’s casting will be announced shorty. Photo by Gregory Costanzo/O&M Co. via Bloomber.