Sound Science: Researcher Investigates How Music Alters the Mind
UT Dallas New Center
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Yune S. Lee, PhD
Assistant Professor; Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing; School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences; Director of Speech, Language, and Music (SLAM) Laboratory
BrainHealth Investigator Dr. Yune Lee directs the auditory neuroscience lab in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing at The University of Texas at Dallas' School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Hear Dr. Yune Lee talk about his creative journey and discuss some of his findings on the ways music may affect our brains.
Because many individuals with aphasia can sing even when they cannot talk, melodic-intonation therapy has been accepted as a viable aphasia therapy.