Associations between musical abilities and precursors of reading in preschool aged children

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Degé, Franziska; Kubicek, Claudia; Schwarzer, Gudrun;

The association between music and language, in particular, the overlap in their processing results in the possibility to use one domain for the enhancement of the other. Especially in the preschool years music may be a valuable tool to train language abilities (e.g., pr... View more
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