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    The Mozart effect for the fetus (baby in the womb), Infant / newborn baby & children: -regulate the body’s natural movements
    -reduce stress & create a more active baby
    -improving emotional stability
    -stimulates the body’s movements
    -make the body become more relaxed

      This was investigated by Don CHampbell, and has proven to music can stimulate your baby’s brain is more active while playing. Soft music can make a baby quiet so their parents a break can also be well rested Mozart’s music proved to be able to develop language skills, improve body movement and develop left-brain thinking skills logika.Telah in research and proven:
     Mozart music can strengthen your memory faster in infants 3 months. Kindergarten can be 34% smarter when taught the piano from when he taught on the computer (after learning the piano child IQ increased 46%) listen to classical music 30 minutes a day can improve motor skills & creative thinking.

    The results of this study of law institutions in florida (babbies Beethoven bill), experts from the French And Dr. Alfred Tomatis.

    Contains 9 months of required education and adaptation, to bond, & the sound first love-child mothers. Super sonic power, according to Jamieson E. Jones, MD, director of neonatal intensive care units, children Hospital & Health Center in San Diego). You by listening to music mozart can find and express their imagination, joy and love you to your baby.

    The Mozart effect can refer to:

    • A set of research results that indicate that listening to Mozart's music may induce a short-term improvement on the performance of certain kinds of mental tasks known as "spatial-temporal reasoning;"
    • Popularized versions of the theory, which suggest that "listening to Mozart makes you smarter", or that early childhood exposure to classical music has a beneficial effect on mental development;
    • A US trademark for a set of commercial recordings and related materials, which are claimed to harness the effect for a variety of purposes. The trademark owner, Don Campbell, Inc., claims benefits far beyond improving spatio-temporal reasoning or raising intelligence, defining the mark as "an inclusive term signifying the transformational powers of music in health, education, and well-being."
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