New Publication! Out now in Frontiers in Psychology

Our latest paper entitled “Investigating the impact of a musical intervention on preschool children’s executive function” is now available in the open-access journal Frontiers in Psychology – you can read the paper here.

We conducted the research with the UCL Institute of Education and arts charity Creative Futures to investigate the effect of weekly musicianship training on the executive function abilities of 3-to-4-year-old children at a London preschool. The findings from the study contribute to current debates about the potential cognitive benefit of musical interventions, including important issues regarding intervention duration, experimental design, target age groups, executive function testing, and task novelty – all of which we discuss in the paper. You can read more about the study on our “Projects” page!