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USA Today:

“The Mozart Effect” gets scaled back a bit.  “A fast tempo makes listeners feel more energetic, and they score higher on spatial tests; slower tempo has the reverse effect. Music in a major key lifts mood, improving test performance; a minor key puts listeners in a worse mood and lowers their scores.”  Maybe we’ll hear less “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” in background music playlists.

08/21/03 • 11:18 AM • Science • No Comments

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