Tag: brains

We're Born to Love Dance—Science Says So!

Turns out your love of dance might have as much to do with your brain as it does with your heart: The Washington Post recently offered crazy-fascinating insight into why the human brain triggers all the feels when we watch live dance performances. Intrigued? Read more about the phenomenon at dancemagazine.com!

Ballet Brain: Dancers' Brains Might Be Different Than The Average Brain

Tutus, pointe shoes, and the ability to make a bun in seven seconds or less aren’t the only things that separate ballerinas from the average human. Turns out, the brains of ballet dancers may actually be different than the brains of non-ballet dancers. Dr. Aharon Shulimson, a psychologist in Utah, has been using Quantitative Electroencephalography […]