In my experience, both singing, and listening to music,
have beneficial, neurophysiological effects,
with some parallels with omega 3 fatty acid effects,
as well as MDMA effects.
Where are the clinical papers that might prove/show this,
and that might also engage what I'd like to call questions specifically about 'neurophysiology' -
that brain-bodymind experience that occurs with flax seed oil (for me),
or with entheogens, for example.
See 'Omega fatty acids,'
the 'World University Music School' here -
or the upcoming Neurophysiology wiki Subjects).
I'm curious whether there's clinical, psychiatric research -
rigorous, scientific, explicit & specific -
on moving, via TALK THERAPY,
to omega 3 neurophysiology in the brain,
as if eating flax seed, or fish, oil.
(See 'Omega fatty acids,' 'Psychiatry' or the 'World Univ. Medical School' here - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Subjects, or the upcoming Neurophysiology wiki Subject).
Clinical research? ...
with an invitation to add ...
... may start a Google Hangout for Singing Harmony - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Singing_Harmony - Google + has a video music button :) ... We may be able to turn on some voices, and turn off others, add or sing with this youtube video, that score, invite that music director or singer ... Just found a few online pianos for getting pitches and singing thirds, for ex. - http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/music/piano/ - they're not Steinways yet, but a nice beginning ...
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/11/tortoises-singing-and-listening-to.html - November 18, 2011)