Jun 2, 2005-- The Mozart Effect is the theory that playing classical music to the very young boosts IQ, improves health, strengthens family ties and even produces the occasional child prodigy. Some studies suggest that playing classical music to babies in the womb and in the early years helps build the neural bridges along which thoughts and information travel. (2575 reads)
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