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A Critical Thought: The Mozart Effect

Riley Sproul A Critical Thought, Ideas, Neurology Leave a Comment

The Mozart Effect. Or, the idea that listening to classical music (usually Mozart) can increase ones IQ, spatial reasoning, and/or other non music-related brain processes; both in developed brains (college students) and in developing ones (newborns, toddlers, ect.). Also described here as, “The general use of music to improve memory, …

A Critical Thought: The Mozart Effect was last modified: June 7th, 2015 by Riley Sproul

FalseMemory

False Memories: Part 3…7… 1, Definitely Part 1

Riley Sproul Ideas, Psychology, Science Leave a Comment

I want to tell you about false memories. Or at least I think I do… Hmm. Many of us think of our eyes, ears, and memory as cameras, microphones, and a hard drive. But we’re biological beings, and we are massively flawed. Many of our most surprising flaws are neurological …

False Memories: Part 3…7… 1, Definitely Part 1 was last modified: January 23rd, 2015 by Riley Sproul