Puzzles of the Brain: An Artist's Journey Through Amnesia

Art & the Brain

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Looking at the brain and illness through art: From a scientific point of view, the paintings tell us a lot about how the person’s brain is functioning.

Slideshare: The Brain and the Arts: How does it work?

Artist Lonni Sue Johnson with the exhibition of her work "Puzzles of the Brain" at Morven Museum & Garden

The Brain & The Heart.

Sad but true... a child's brain develops differently when exposed to abuse. The resilient child: How children's brains develop- and heal after trauma

Bli Bli man with brain damage shows emotions through art

effects of art on brain from my favorite art organization, ArtPrize® #art #arttherapy relevant.

Art therapy can bring about a positive reaction because it activates more of the brain than verbal therapy, offering additional coping skills and ideas to solve issues. This site lists art therapy goals and materials to use

It turns out that the frightening conditions of Alzheimer’s disease — which causes short and long-term memory loss — and frontotemporal disorders (FTD) — which is responsible for loss of language and speech — often have a creative silver lining. While some skills in the brain diminish, other new, expression-related skills are unlocked as the brain reroutes functions to compensate.

Even A Few Years Of Music Training Benefits The Brain | Scientific American

After losing his sight, an artist’s journey to reinvent his life is a lesson in overcoming obstacles .

Foundation for Hospital Art : Barbara Banta has traveled the world installing hospital art: Studies show a direct link between the content of images and the brain’s reaction to pain, stress and anxiety; and researchers are learning more about the precise ways paintings and other works of art help patients and families in the healing process.

How Does The Brain Retain Information? #infografía

22 Rules to Phenomenal Storytelling by PBJpublishing

GE Healthcare app uses art and music therapy to stimulate minds of Alzheimer’s disease patients : On the art front the app guides users through a virtual art gallery, where users can observe great works of art and create their own version of masterpieces. For people living with neurological disorders, listening to music and viewing and analyzing art may stimulate the brain, trigger emotional responses, and promote social interaction.

Art is a great way to regulate enjoyment joy and interest excitement : Allen Schore talks about attachment and brain development.

Get MOVING - Energizing brain breaks by Barbara from The Corner on Character at PreK + K Sharing

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