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Untitled 18 - MozartEffectRauscher,GordonShaw,&Ky(1993)

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Mozart Effect •  Mozart’s Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major    relaxation tape    silence Spatial-temporal reasoning test  Significant rise in scores Those that listened to the Mozart song scored better. . on the “oragami” test n it  only lasted for 15 min. . n not after. . Rauscher has stressed that the  Mozart effect  is limited to spatial temporal  reasoning and that there is no enhancement of general intelligence No effects extended beyond the 15-minute period in which they were tested listening to any music -- Mozart or something else, Bach, Pearl Jam -- had better  it increases attention. . by 3 months, 40% of babies are regular viewers of DVDs, videos or television by 2 years, almost 90% of children are spending two to three hours each day in 
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2011 for the course PSYCH 133B taught by Professor Gross during the Fall '10 term at UCLA.

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Untitled 18 - MozartEffectRauscher,GordonShaw,&Ky(1993)

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