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In 2005, a study led by Dr. Teresa Lesiuk in the field of music therapy at the University of Miami, found that those who listened to music completed their tasks more quickly and came up with better ideas than those who didn’t. That’s basically because the music improved their mood.

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Studying with music can be a game-changer for students aiming to elevate their productivity and achieve better academic results. By understanding the cognitive effects of music and following practical tips, you can harness the power of music to create an ideal study environment.

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