Music recognition game launched to tackle Alzheimer

Dec 22, 2016 | | Say something

Music recognition game launched to tackle Alzheimer's

An online music game the survey launched in Manchester an attempt to help treat Alzheimer’s disease.

The Manchester Evening News reports the Museum of Science and Industry has released “Hooked on Music ‘, which contains four games – Selecting the most catchy tune, silencing of a song, seeing whether or can not be maintained over time and recognize as many songs as possible consecutively.

it is hoped that this will help explain the science behind what constitutes a musical hook and thus be useful in the fight against cognitive decline.

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Released as part of the Manchester Science Festival, DJ and journalist David Haslam, who was at the launch, she told the publication that tries to discover why a tune is catchy was an idea very interesting.

was added that if the results could “help people with serious memory loss, then that would be fantastic.”

those in the museum expect many people you will play the game so much data as possible can be collected and analyzed.

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