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How classical music affect the development of the baby brain
Transcript of How classical music affect the development of the baby brain
Music Music? My collected results: Results Why
Infants? Infants are most adaptive than other age groups. This is also why parents choose to teach their children how to swim at such an early age. The same reason apply for music. Infants take music in a more serious manner. They tend to listen carefully and more interactively because they were used to just listening to their environment when they are still in the womb. Having the ear fully grown at just 3 months in the womb, they use their hearing to take in massive information about the world around them. This enables them to stimulate brain development and growth. Music enters the brain through a sense organ called the ear. Through the 8th cranial nerve in the ear, music then travels through and hits the transponders in the brain- the neurological passageways which is connected to the spinal cord. What kind of music then, you ask? The influences of the brain is confusing. One might think that something upbeat and loud would do the trick. But it is actually Classic that has had the most impact and change in the development of the brain. By this I mean everything that ranges from your intuitive and everyday critical thinking skills to talents. Your health can be included. Classical music is soothing and makes the mind wander. This puts the brain in a translucent faze and think. Scientists also proved that classical music connects the nerves and passageways of the brain and the nervous system which results in a healthier state of mind and body. How music affects the development of the baby brain: I have chosen some classical's to study for my product. Some specific pieces contained soothing harmonies such as Claire De Lune, Canon in D, Greensleeves, and River Flows in you. You have been listening to my recording of "River Flows in You" by Yiruma throughout this presentation. I hope you can feel a difference now compared to the beginning of the presentation. Classical music can bestow an emotion just with it's flowing complexity of harmonies and rhythms. In resolution, Classical music does benefit the development of the baby brain. It is very critical that they are exposed to classical pieces when they are young. It will help improve their critical thinking skills, talents, immune and nervous systems, creativity, and communication skills. By: Sunshine Yang The process of music in the brain: In the brain, music moves in a cycle. Everything that was heard through the ear responds to the brain just like physical gestures against the skin responding to the brain. When it enters through the ear, it hits the muscles and nerves of the brain. This is how we can "hear" the music. Humans can't listen without having the brain and the mind registering the pitches and harmonies of the audio that was heard. According to students that I had collected information from through my surveys, these are most chosen of the results : How many siblings do you have? How long do you spend listening to music each week? Does music affect your academics? Does music affect you in general? Did/Do you make the honor roll? Does music affect your emotions? Have you used music as your therapy? If so, how long? Do you still use music as your therapy? If so, how often? Do you have a 3.5+ GPA? When was the first you listened to music? B C A D How music affects the development of the baby brain survey:
1.How many siblings do you have?
A. None B. 1 C. 2 D. more than 2
2.How long do you spend listening to music each week?
A. 1 hour B. About 3 hours C. About 7 hours D. About 10 hours or more
3.Does music affect your academic?
A. Yes B. No
4.Does music affect you in general?
A. Yes B. No
5.Did/Do you make the honor roll?
A. Yes B. No
6.Does music affect your emotions?
A. Yes B. No
7.Have you used music as your therapy? If so, how long?
A. Yes, always. B. Yes, for weeks. C. Yes, for months. D. No
8.Do you still use music as therapy? If so, how often?
A. Yes, always. B. Yes, sometimes C. Never
9.Do you have a 3.5+ GPA?
A. Yes B. No
10.When was the first time you listened to music?
A. Ever since I was little B. As I grew up. C. I don’t listen to music 40% 48% 88% 92% 84% 100% 48% 44% 84% 88%