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Ability to move to a beat linked to brain's response to speech: Musical training may sharpen language processing

People who are better able to move to a beat show more consistent brain responses to speech than those with less rhythm, according to a new study. The findings suggest that musical training could possibly sharpen the brain's response to language.
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