Scientists at Stanford University, in California, have recently revealed a molecular basis for the ‘Mozart Effect’. Dr. Rauscher and her colleague H. Li, a geneticist, discovered that rats, like humans, perform better on learning and memory tests after listening to a specific Mozart sonata. Amazing!
It’s not just limited to Mozart with humans; the College Entrance Exam Board Service even conducted a study on students taking their SAT exams. The results showed that students who sang or played a musical instrument scored 51 points higher on the verbal portion of the test and an average of 39 points higher on math.
What are the benefits of the Mozart effect?
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