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Triggering Neuroplasticity for Enhancing Musical Talent: A study on Monkey and Human behavior after Exposure to Videogames and Visual/Auditory Stimuli to Increase Musical Abilities through Neuroplasticity

Lucas Agudiez Roitman*
Stanford University, USA

Citation: Roitman LA (2019) Triggering Neuroplasticity for Enhancing Musical Talent: A study on Monkey and Human behavior after Exposure to Videogames and Visual/Auditory Stimuli to Increase Musical Abilities through Neuroplasticity. SciTech Nanosciences-Pharma 2019. Toyo: Japan

Received: July 10, 2019         Accepted: July 16, 2019         Published: July 16, 2019

Abstract

In this paper, we analyze the cognitive improvements that can be achieved through hacking the brain through the use of multiple methods to enhance neuroplasticity. Page 1 of 8 Exposure to gaming, for example, has proven conducive for learning real-world abilities through auditory and visual stimuli. We will discuss cortical magnification and receptive field sizes, as well as topographic brain maps in the context of neuroplasticity. We finally propose more studies to be performed to improve musical talent and musical abilities.