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How does music affect the brain and how can that benefit your language learning process?

Ever wondered which benefits you can reap from listening to Norwegian music? In this week's episode you get to hear from not only from neurologist and musician, Geir Olve Skeie, that has dedicated much of his professional life to understanding the effects of music on the brain, but also from Lisa Hartmark, one of Norway's foremost experts on the brain-friendly language learning method called Suggestopedia. They both talk in detail about how your brain appreciates and benefits from musicality in the language learning process.


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