By: Ian Anderson, Michael Tait and Richard Vine | Laura Mvula and the science of loving Mary Poppins – video | Neuroscience | The Guardian
Laura Mvula has always had an emotional connection to Mary Poppins: singing lullaby Stay Awake with her brother and sister when they were kids inspired her to make music. But how does science interpret the effects of music and memory on the brain? We took her to the Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Lab in the Ear Institute at UCL where Dr Maria Chait and Dr Ulrich Pomper designed an experiment to find out.
Read more about the experiment and the results of Laura’s test