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The Mozart effect, has been a common ideal among educators for over 30 years. The thought that listening to music from the fetal stage into adolescence was believed to increase cognitive ability. Recently, researchers at Harvard and other institutions have challenged this long standing belief. While musicians in general may have enlarged portions of their brain, music may not be the cause of this.


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