Musical Experience, Sensorineural Auditory Processing, and Reading Subskills in Adults

Abstract

Developmental research suggests that sensorineural auditory processing, reading subskills (e.g., phonological awareness and rapid naming), and musical experience are related during early periods of reading development. Interestingly, recent work suggests that these relations may extend into adulthood, with indices of sensorineural auditory processing… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/brainsci8050077