Method of Note Cognition of Disabled Children Based on Ecological Cognitive Neuroscience

Changyu Pan

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 487-491


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The new approach of cognitive science and environmental science is used to uncover the brain mechanisms of human cognitive activity. The traditional method of the note recognition training performs training through detailed notation, which mainly trains visual memory, but does not train listening and language ability, and the accuracy is poor. In response to the problems, the interactive musical cognitive neural training method based on cognitive environmental science is proposed. The software Sound and Heyond’s test of musical cognition, the melody contour, is used to train disabled children after hearing intervention. Finally, it is concluded that the use of cognitive environmental science can effectively enhance the ability of note recognition in the training of children with disabilities.


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