Mozart Effect

Feb 3rd, 2012
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On October 14, 1993, Frances Rauscher Ph. D and Gordon Shaw published an article in Nature Magazine. This article detailed research that they had conducted utilizing both independent and dependent variables resulting in what is now commonly referred to as the Mozart Effect. As both minds came together, both hypothesized similar outcomes in different ways. Shaw hypothesized: “If brain activity can sound like music, might it be possible to begin to understand the neural activity by working in reverse and observing how the brain responds to music? Might patterns in music somehow stimulate the brain by activating similar firing patterns of nerve clusters” (Lerch, 2000)?

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