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Convincing Evidence?

Convincing Evidence?

  1. In 2011, there was a study regarding the effectiveness of background music that was performed with ADHD Students.

The study revealed that although there were a couple of people that got distracted, the majority of the classroom was able to improve as a result of there being background music.

  1. In 2014, a study was conducted on young adults to measure whether classical music was able to help them perform better on memory-based tasks.

The study did in fact reveal that by listening to classical music, there was a significant improvement in performance on these memory-based tasks.


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Music is one of the most common necessities that many people would struggle to go without in their lives. The question we are exploring today is whether or not listening to Music helps study better.

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