on March 23, 2015
Monday, November 7th @ 00:16 am by JavaBird
Title of an actual book: "A Suzuki Parent's Diary, or How I Survived My First 10, 000 Twinkles"
Sunday, May 8th @ 23:22 pm by ross
The mozart effect has to do with kids listening to music, not kids learning to play in instrument. These things are completely unrelated.
Thursday, September 24th @ 11:57 am by Karen
This isn't the Mozart Effect. This is a kid learning a skill, which is real.
Thursday, July 30th @ 16:08 pm by Tiffany
I can relate to this because I lived next to someone who play the same darn thing everyday. And that person definitely isn't a kid anymore....
Friday, March 27th @ 02:00 am by Djer
As the son of a piano teacher, I can confirm that the effect of kids plunking out "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" several times in a row and missing the same notes every time does indeed have an ill effect on my temperament. "IT'S A 'D,' DAMMIT! THE ONE BETWEEN THE TWO BLACK KEYS!"
Monday, March 23rd @ 16:03 pm by etok414
The mozart effect isn't real. From the semi-plausible source of mentalfloss: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsFrqUwgsr4
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