Psychologist Pamela Heaton on music remedy in neurodevelopmental problems and the way it can assist develop motor abilities and elicit speech in nonverbal autistic youngsters

Pamela Heaton, Professor of Psychology — Goldsmiths, University of London

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  1. Thank you for the video. It was very insightful. I am an autistic adult and have found that trying to figure out which note I am hearing (I once did some ear training) seemed to hurt my brain in the same way as figuring out the mimic in other people (I did a test where I should tell the emotions from only the eyes and got a headache afterwards). I also see similarities in my difficulties in translating thoughts into language or translating verbal instructions into movements in exercise and translating notes into what to do while playing an instrument. It all seems to be within a similar translation difficulty realm.

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