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International Arts + Mind Lab
Could dancing help us manage and heal from a collective traumatic experience, like COVID-19? The benefits may improve our well-being.
Can I have your attention, please? Architects and designers look to neuroscience to build workplaces that fight mental fatigue and burnout.
Music's influence on the brain is so profound that it may improve both motor and mood-related symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
From bibliotherapy to book clubs, research shows that reading can be a real boon to our mental wellbeing.
Despite growing evidence pointing to their value, the arts have yet to be adopted as part of mainstream medicine and health. That may be changing.
For veterans coping with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury, the Creative Forces initiative is a powerful ally.
Are the kids alright? For educators, the arts are a powerful tool to take the emotional temperature of the classroom and support their students' wellbeing.
The International Arts + Mind Lab (IAM Lab) is a multidisciplinary research-to-practice initiative from the Pedersen Brain Science Institute at Johns Hopkins University that is accelerating the field of neuroaesthetics.