Music and the Brain

We’ve always known that music is good for your spirits. Now, scientists are finding out it’s good for your brain, too.

Studies prove that classical music has a powerful effect on the intellectual and creative development of children to. . .

  • increase verbal, emotional, and spatial intelligence
  • improve concentration
  • inspire right-brain creative thinking processes
  • strengthen intuitive thinking skills
  • induce relaxation
  • improve body movement and coordination
  • enhance mood and provide motivation

More information can be found at the Mozart Effect Resource Center

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