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Oral Presentation - Music and the Brain
Transcript of Oral Presentation - Music and the Brain
How does music effect your body?
Research Related to Music and Learning
Future of Music Within the Classroom
Music and the Brain
The Mozart Effect
Stanford University School of Medicine
Why have music in the classroom?
1.) Mental capacity and intellect.
2.) Mastery of the physical self.
3.) Development of the affective aspect.
4.) Development of creativity.
How many people listen to music
while they study or work?
Who listens to classical music?
1. Reduction in feeling fatigue.
2. Increase in levels of motivation.
(Van der Linde,1999)
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