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Have you ever wondered about that theory published a few years back about Mozart? That just by listening to his music you’ll get smarter?
WKSU’s Vivian Goodman chatted about that with the top neuroscientist at Cleveland Clinic. The Clinic’s collaborating with the Cleveland Orchestra in an international symposium on how music affects our brains.

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2 Responses to “Music & The Brain”

  1. bwenger Says:

    Itis interesting that this should be the topic of this entry. Just last year I did a full research paper and included the Mozart Effect Theory in my research (the topic of the paper was the origin of musical talent, genetics or environment). Obviously, it was hard to prove, since all of my evidence was based on theories, but I did find the research interesting!

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