The Mozart Effect

“Music is ‘a key we give them to unlock their minds, bodies, and hearts’”
The Mozart Effect was first found in 1993. It was first discovered by Dr. Francis Rauscher and Co-Discoverer Gordon Shaw by finding a relationship of Mozart’s music and Test score.

What is the Mozart Effect?
The Mozart Effect is a complex relationship between Mozart’s Music and peoples mind. The Mozart Effect can be used for many things. Mozart Effect is based on studies of students who raised Spatial-Temporal tests after listening to Mozart, but some say the effect may only last for ten minutes. Spatial-Temporal test is important to Mathematical ability. Mozart Effect uses music to help improve families and communities and how a person does in school. It can also improve awareness and memory. It can be used for mental (depression, anxiety, etc.) and physical therapy and can help improve ADD. This is just a start of what there is still out there.
Discovery
It was discovered by Dr. Francis Rauscher and Co-Discoverer Gordon Shaw who discovered a relationship between Mozart’s music and Test score. They tested thirty-six kids and out of the kids listening to music they rose their scores by eight or nine points. The Main Idea came from Don Campbell. He wants to return music to central place in the modern world and wants everyone to have Joy filled life. He got into music in his birthplace in South Texas as part of the choir for his church. He has wrote nine books including 1997 best seller The Mozart Effect.
Even with all that is know there is no explanation for why these effects happen

~ by pegahespantman on July 24, 2009.

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