Music and the Mind

Title: Music and the Mind
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Music and the Mind
It has been proven that exposure to music raises a person's intelligence level. This is especially true for young children. The earlier you start a child in music, the more advanced their spatial reasoning skills (mathematics and engineering). Georgia's Governor Zell Miller realized the importance of music in a child's development and was providing cassettes or compact discs of classical music to every newborn baby in Georgia. The January 14, 1998 edition of the Washington Post reported …showed first 75 words of 1570 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1570 total…Gov. of Ga. 1997 2) Rauscher, Frances H., Ph.D. Music Training and "Spatial-Temporal Reasoning". 1997. 3) Shaw, Gordon, Ph.D. Music Training, “Music Makes You Smarter”, and “Mozart Effect”. 1997. A) http://www.junkscience.com/news2/classics.htm B)http://netfora.com/cornwall/music/articlehelenkirby.htm C)http://www.nurturingnotes.com D)http://broadcast.webpoint.com/wxin/startsmart/startsmart_resources3a.htm E)http://rhino.com/features/72952p.html F)http://www.artsedge.kennedy-center.org/nb/guests/Rauscher4.html

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