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Effects of classical music on the brain

Hayd
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3/19/2016 11:54:51 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
"Results showed how listening to classical music improved activity of genes connected to Dopamine secretion (the feel good hormone) and synaptic transport (learning and memory).At the same time, it down-regulated the genes involved in neurodegeneration (neurons losing their structure or function), suggesting that music helps keep the brain healthy.Known as the "Mozart Effect", it has been proven that listening to Mozart"s L"allegro con spirito can improve your memory, intelligence and problem solving abilities by up to 10%."
http://theboilingbrain.com...

Will this make you listen to classical music more?
Daedal
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4/9/2016 8:55:09 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
Does this stack? The piece lasts 4 mins so after 44 mins my IQ would be 260 which would be awesome.
KthulhuHimself
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5/8/2016 6:19:28 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 3/19/2016 11:54:51 PM, Hayd wrote:
"Results showed how listening to classical music improved activity of genes connected to Dopamine secretion (the feel good hormone) and synaptic transport (learning and memory).At the same time, it down-regulated the genes involved in neurodegeneration (neurons losing their structure or function), suggesting that music helps keep the brain healthy.Known as the "Mozart Effect", it has been proven that listening to Mozart"s L"allegro con spirito can improve your memory, intelligence and problem solving abilities by up to 10%."
http://theboilingbrain.com...

Will this make you listen to classical music more?

Not really, I listen to classical music because I enjoy it, not because it makes me smarter or something.
Hayd
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5/8/2016 3:13:39 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 5/8/2016 6:19:28 AM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 3/19/2016 11:54:51 PM, Hayd wrote:
"Results showed how listening to classical music improved activity of genes connected to Dopamine secretion (the feel good hormone) and synaptic transport (learning and memory).At the same time, it down-regulated the genes involved in neurodegeneration (neurons losing their structure or function), suggesting that music helps keep the brain healthy.Known as the "Mozart Effect", it has been proven that listening to Mozart"s L"allegro con spirito can improve your memory, intelligence and problem solving abilities by up to 10%."
http://theboilingbrain.com...

Will this make you listen to classical music more?

Not really, I listen to classical music because I enjoy it, not because it makes me smarter or something.

Yeah, most people don't. Its still cool that it does that though
KthulhuHimself
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5/8/2016 5:25:56 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 5/8/2016 3:13:39 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 5/8/2016 6:19:28 AM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 3/19/2016 11:54:51 PM, Hayd wrote:
"Results showed how listening to classical music improved activity of genes connected to Dopamine secretion (the feel good hormone) and synaptic transport (learning and memory).At the same time, it down-regulated the genes involved in neurodegeneration (neurons losing their structure or function), suggesting that music helps keep the brain healthy.Known as the "Mozart Effect", it has been proven that listening to Mozart"s L"allegro con spirito can improve your memory, intelligence and problem solving abilities by up to 10%."
http://theboilingbrain.com...

Will this make you listen to classical music more?

Not really, I listen to classical music because I enjoy it, not because it makes me smarter or something.

Yeah, most people don't. Its still cool that it does that though

I doubt the truthfulness of the claim, but I still adore classical music for its beauty and superior integrity.
Hayd
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5/8/2016 5:27:59 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 5/8/2016 5:25:56 PM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 5/8/2016 3:13:39 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 5/8/2016 6:19:28 AM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 3/19/2016 11:54:51 PM, Hayd wrote:
"Results showed how listening to classical music improved activity of genes connected to Dopamine secretion (the feel good hormone) and synaptic transport (learning and memory).At the same time, it down-regulated the genes involved in neurodegeneration (neurons losing their structure or function), suggesting that music helps keep the brain healthy.Known as the "Mozart Effect", it has been proven that listening to Mozart"s L"allegro con spirito can improve your memory, intelligence and problem solving abilities by up to 10%."
http://theboilingbrain.com...

Will this make you listen to classical music more?

Not really, I listen to classical music because I enjoy it, not because it makes me smarter or something.

Yeah, most people don't. Its still cool that it does that though

I doubt the truthfulness of the claim, but I still adore classical music for its beauty and superior integrity.

The claim of the studies?
KthulhuHimself
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5/8/2016 5:31:49 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 5/8/2016 5:27:59 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 5/8/2016 5:25:56 PM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 5/8/2016 3:13:39 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 5/8/2016 6:19:28 AM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 3/19/2016 11:54:51 PM, Hayd wrote:
"Results showed how listening to classical music improved activity of genes connected to Dopamine secretion (the feel good hormone) and synaptic transport (learning and memory).At the same time, it down-regulated the genes involved in neurodegeneration (neurons losing their structure or function), suggesting that music helps keep the brain healthy.Known as the "Mozart Effect", it has been proven that listening to Mozart"s L"allegro con spirito can improve your memory, intelligence and problem solving abilities by up to 10%."
http://theboilingbrain.com...

Will this make you listen to classical music more?

Not really, I listen to classical music because I enjoy it, not because it makes me smarter or something.

Yeah, most people don't. Its still cool that it does that though

I doubt the truthfulness of the claim, but I still adore classical music for its beauty and superior integrity.

The claim of the studies?

To be honest, I didn't really read through them that much; I assume that there is a correlation between music and intelligence, but I just doubt that it is exclusive to classical music.
Hayd
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5/8/2016 5:38:49 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 5/8/2016 5:31:49 PM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 5/8/2016 5:27:59 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 5/8/2016 5:25:56 PM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 5/8/2016 3:13:39 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 5/8/2016 6:19:28 AM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 3/19/2016 11:54:51 PM, Hayd wrote:
"Results showed how listening to classical music improved activity of genes connected to Dopamine secretion (the feel good hormone) and synaptic transport (learning and memory).At the same time, it down-regulated the genes involved in neurodegeneration (neurons losing their structure or function), suggesting that music helps keep the brain healthy.Known as the "Mozart Effect", it has been proven that listening to Mozart"s L"allegro con spirito can improve your memory, intelligence and problem solving abilities by up to 10%."
http://theboilingbrain.com...

Will this make you listen to classical music more?

Not really, I listen to classical music because I enjoy it, not because it makes me smarter or something.

Yeah, most people don't. Its still cool that it does that though

I doubt the truthfulness of the claim, but I still adore classical music for its beauty and superior integrity.

The claim of the studies?

To be honest, I didn't really read through them that much; I assume that there is a correlation between music and intelligence, but I just doubt that it is exclusive to classical music.

I agree. I think Mythbusters did an experiment on plants and how music affects their growth and the one with heavy metal did the best, which is interesting.
KthulhuHimself
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5/8/2016 5:57:53 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 5/8/2016 5:38:49 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 5/8/2016 5:31:49 PM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 5/8/2016 5:27:59 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 5/8/2016 5:25:56 PM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 5/8/2016 3:13:39 PM, Hayd wrote:
At 5/8/2016 6:19:28 AM, KthulhuHimself wrote:
At 3/19/2016 11:54:51 PM, Hayd wrote:
"Results showed how listening to classical music improved activity of genes connected to Dopamine secretion (the feel good hormone) and synaptic transport (learning and memory).At the same time, it down-regulated the genes involved in neurodegeneration (neurons losing their structure or function), suggesting that music helps keep the brain healthy.Known as the "Mozart Effect", it has been proven that listening to Mozart"s L"allegro con spirito can improve your memory, intelligence and problem solving abilities by up to 10%."
http://theboilingbrain.com...

Will this make you listen to classical music more?

Not really, I listen to classical music because I enjoy it, not because it makes me smarter or something.

Yeah, most people don't. Its still cool that it does that though

I doubt the truthfulness of the claim, but I still adore classical music for its beauty and superior integrity.

The claim of the studies?

To be honest, I didn't really read through them that much; I assume that there is a correlation between music and intelligence, but I just doubt that it is exclusive to classical music.

I agree. I think Mythbusters did an experiment on plants and how music affects their growth and the one with heavy metal did the best, which is interesting.

It is interesting; which makes me think why people bloat classical music's alleged effects.
Geogeer
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5/12/2016 3:57:56 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 3/19/2016 11:54:51 PM, Hayd wrote:
"Results showed how listening to classical music improved activity of genes connected to Dopamine secretion (the feel good hormone) and synaptic transport (learning and memory).At the same time, it down-regulated the genes involved in neurodegeneration (neurons losing their structure or function), suggesting that music helps keep the brain healthy.Known as the "Mozart Effect", it has been proven that listening to Mozart"s L"allegro con spirito can improve your memory, intelligence and problem solving abilities by up to 10%."
http://theboilingbrain.com...

Will this make you listen to classical music more?

I listen to classical every day at work. I used to go to the opera before our opera became infested with liberals.