Musicophilia: Tales of Music & the Brain, Part 4

I’ve been taking my time reading Oliver Sacks’ Musicophilia: Tales of music and the brain (2007). As many of my readers know I am seeking to somehow integrate education and music. I’ve also discussed neuropsychologist and teacher, Judy Willis’ learning strategies developed through her initial understanding of how the brain works. With that in mind, Sacks’ book sounded like a necessary read.

Instead of reading from beginning to end, I chose select chapters that most interested me. And, in this final part of a 4-part series, I will be sharing a list of related reading for further research.

Further Related Reading
I’ve developed this list not only through those referenced in Sacks’ book, but also through my own research. They are listed in order by author’s name and then by title. Don’t be surprised if you see one of these titles in the near future in my “now reading” list!
And, finally, I apologize to my academic colleagues for not putting the list in APA format: I wanted to ensure that everyone can easily read it!


About debhalasz

I am a free-lance writer, skilled in writing press-releases, profiles, web copy, articles, and album reviews. I also am a skilled researcher in all areas. I have a MS degree in Educational Pscyhology and am currently in the dissertation phase of my PhD program. My passions are second language learning, learning strategies, music, musicology, neuroscience, and neuroeducation. I am a fan of all genres of music and love learning more about both indie and major-labeled artists as well as the behind-the-scenes people who make them look so good! View all posts by debhalasz

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