Is it true that classical music (Mozart and Beethoven) enhance brain development? If yes, then how?
Is it true that classical music (Mozart and Beethoven music) enhance baby's brain development? How can it boost our brainpower?
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My understanding is that that is actually a myth. Though you'll often hear it said in popular culture, there's no actual evidence that classical music enhances intelligence.
An infant’s brain is not fully developed at birth, and he needs sensory input for the cells to build and connect, so singing is an idyllic way to advance language development, and the exploration of words and rhymes through a familiar tune, which enhances the memory.
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