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Mozart’s “effect” on us: A review of an aspect of music and cognition

Vincent de Luise New Haven, Connecticut, United States   Portrait of Wolfgang Mozart For decades, neuroscientists have explored whether there exists a causal relationship between listening to music and enhancement of cognitive ability. Does music make one smarter? Can listening to music lead to more memory and greater intellect? Does listening specifically to the music […]