F. Mulla; Eya Eya; E. Ibrahim; A. Alhaddad; R. Qahwaji; R. Abd-Alhameed
A Cross-sectional study conducted to understand how music therapy can affect patients who suffer from memory loss conditions such as Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. A comparative study is conducted between music and non-music questionnaires, to find patterns and indications of how music can contribute towards memory recall. The experiment is conducted using EMOTIV EPOC headset which has 16 sensors that tracks the EEG of the brain and has software called Test Bench which records the data. This investigation strongly suggests that music is linked with memory and can affect memory recall.