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Press

2015

Cognitive Neuroscience Society Website,  6/30/2015

Evidence from Tone Deafness: Limiting Musical Exposure Can Deteriorate the Auditory System

Hartford Courant 1/27/2015

Hartford Courant, Jan. 27, 2015

2014

WNPR Where We Live, August 21, 2014

This is your brain on poverty (Radio Program)

2013

Hartford Courant Nov 18, 2013

Socioeconomic status can affect hearing

Chicago Public Television WTTW, November 2013

News feature:  Poverty and the brain

UConn Today, October 2013

The Effect of Socioeconomic Status on How the Brain Processes Sound

CNN, October 2013

Kids of less-educated moms may have noisier brains

Time, October 2013

Poverty produces smaller brains

ANI News October 30, 2013

Lower maternal education linked to poor neural processing of sound in teens

Science 360, October  2013

How Poverty Molds the Brain

The Hudson Independent, October 2013

Music Works Provides Lessons for Low-Income Students

Medical Daily October 2013

Poverty’s Noise Problem: Loud Urban Areas Disrupt Children’s Auditory Processing

UConn Today, October 2013

UConn Rises as Center for Language and Cognition

 2012

NY Times, September 10, 2012

Early Music Lessons Have Longtime Benefits

Canada AM, August 23, 2012

Television feature

BBC News, August 22, 2012

Childhood Music Classes ‘Help Adult Hearing’

The Smithsonian, August 22, 2012

Playing Music as a Child Leads to Better Listening as an Adult

The Huffington Post, August 22, 2012

Music Boosts the Brain: Even A Few Years Of Training Has Mental Benefits

Scientific American, August 21, 2012

Even A Few Years Of Musical Training Benefits The Brain