segunda-feira, 25 de julho de 2011

mozart effect

since the early 1990s, when UC Irvine's Dr. Gordon Shaw and Dr. Francis Raucher theorized that listening to mozart had the potential to boost babies' IQs and make adults smarter and more creative, the "Mozart effect," as it's come to be known, has sparked a worldwide debate on the power of sound therapy.

listening to mozart improves mathematical and spatial reasoning.

music therapy has in fact been shown quite clearly to benefit other groups, like Alzheimer's patients who perform better on spatial and social tasks after listening, and epileptics, whose electrical brain activity is lessened.

domingo, 24 de julho de 2011