MusicPlast has an open call for participants. Having completed the development of the web-based game on which the multisensory training protocol is based, the project moves forward in the phase of data collection.

The goal of this phase is to recruit a sufficient amount of participants of all ages that will complete the training, so that the statistical analysis of the results is possible.

  • The training lasts 15 – 20 minutes per day, for about a month’s period and is performed via a computer, smartphone or tablet from wherever you want.
  • The process is based on learning a simplified music reading system, using known melodies.
  • As the complete training is being performed wherever you want and at any time you would like, participation does not take a lot of time and does not bring more stress in your everyday habits. Instead, through a pleasant procedure it reorganizes the function of specific brain structures, inducing targeted neuroplastic changes.

The training is offered to 5 specific groups of participants, as for those groups there are enough scientific evidence supporting that such a training approach will be beneficial.

So, if you are:

  • Teenager without any learning difficulties (12 – 15 years old)
  • Teenager with dyslexia (12 – 15 years old)
  • Young adult (18 – 35 years old)
  • Healthy senior adult (65+ years old)
  • Senior adult suffering from Mild Cognitive Impairment (65+ years old)

You can take part (without any charge, of course) by contacting the research team of MusicPlast on, or using the facebook page

The process includes two electroenchephalographic measurements (EEG) and a cognitive evaluation, which altogether last 2 hours and will be performed in the Laboratory of Medical Physics prior to the initialization of the training as well as after its completion.