Good job YouChat:
Me: _Does this help explain why piano training helps with adhd?_
“There is evidence that piano training may help improve symptoms of ADHD, as it can improve motor skills, timing accuracy, and inhibitory control. A study of a 9-year-old boy with ADHD found that after 7 weeks of metronomic limb movement training, the boy’s timing accuracy improved. Additionally, piano training has been found to improve reaction time variability and motor timing, which can be associated with ADHD. Thus, piano training may be an effective way to help
“Motor Timing SKills”
Also nicely done ChatGPT
“Piano training may help with ADHD by improving motor timing skills. Studies have shown that children with ADHD have lower timing precision and higher reaction time variability compared to neurotypical children. Training in piano, which requires precise motor timing and coordination, may help improve these skills and lead to better timing precision in individuals with ADHD. Additionally, playing piano can also help with attention and focus, which are common issues in ADHD, as it requires concentration and sustained attention to perform a complex task.”
improve some of the symptoms associated with ADHD.”
“what are motor timing skills?”
Motor timing skills refer to the ability to accurately perceive and process time in order to perform a motor task. Motor timing skills involve the ability to anticipate when to start a movement, adjust the speed and timing of a movement, and accurately judge when a movement is complete. Motor timing skills are important for activities such as sports, music, or dance, as well as everyday activities such as walking, talking, and eating. Research has found that motor timing deficits may be associated with ADHD, and that piano training may be an effective way to help improve some of the symptoms associated with ADHD.
Motor timing skills refer to the ability to accurately control and coordinate the timing of movements and actions. This includes the ability to perceive the duration of time intervals, to plan and initiate movements at the appropriate time, and to adjust and adapt movements in response to changes in the timing of external events. Examples of motor timing skills include keeping a steady beat while tapping or dancing, catching or throwing a ball at the right moment, and playing a musical instrument in time with a metronome.