How music trumps reading for childhood development

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Liam Viney

A new study suggests that informal music-making with very young children can lead to better attention and emotion regulation by the age of five.

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About the author

Liam Viney is a pianist based at the University of Queensland, School of Music. He performs regularly in the Viney-Grinberg Piano Duo and White Halo ensemble (a piano quartet). He spent some years in the U.S., studying at Yale and teaching at California Institute of the Arts.