Listening to Music Enhances Spatial-Temporal Reasoning: Evidence for the "Mozart Effect."Hetland, Lois
Abstract: Presents the results from two meta-analyses of the Mozart Effect studies. Explains that in Christopher Chabris' meta-analyses, 16 studies with subjects (n=714) and 12 studies with subjects (n=522) were analyzed; while in the author's meta-analysis 36 studies with subjects (n=2,465) and 31 studies with subjects (n=2,089) were analyzed. (CMK)
Title: Listening to Music Enhances Spatial-Temporal Reasoning: Evidence for the "Mozart Effect."
Author: Hetland, Lois
Journal Citation: Journal of Aesthetic Education, v34 n3-4 p105-48 Fall-Win 2000
Note: Journal of Aesthetic Education is a refereed journal. Theme issue: The Arts and Academic Achievement: What the Evidence Shows.
Publication Year: 2000
Document Type: Journal Article (080); Research Report (143)
Target Audience: Policymakers
ERIC Identifier: EJ658281
Clearinghouse Identifier: SO535405
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Descriptors: * Brain; Classical Music; Educational Benefits; * Educational Research; Higher Education; * Listening; * Meta Analysis; * Music; Music Education; * Spatial Ability
Identifiers: *Mozart Effect