Do you have to listen to music while you're learning?cig.

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Can the music help you better understand, or is it just distrusing?

Well, as journalist H.L. Mencken once said,

"There is an answer for each complex problem that is clear, simple and wrong."

I was interested in this question for a long time, and I always secretly hoped that the answer would be in favor of music, as I studied with music for many years and always enjoyed it ...

However, looking at a lot of studies that have been done, the main thing I can tell you at this moment with any certainty is that.

To give you more detailed information, we will look at some of these studies; however, I have a ton of experience, and I would like to bring it to the first ...

You see, I have a borderline obsession with trying to find new music. I've spent too many hours using graphics.

Which works for me.

For tasks that require a lower mental effort, or work with extremely demanding information, with which I am already familiar, I find that high-energy music helps me.

This includes issues such as statistics, accounting, or

Here are some recommendations for the album for this kind of work:

If you want an album sample, here's a small list that I put together:

When I start to deal with things that are more conceptual, or when I need to wrap my head around something I don't know, I need to.

Here are some of my albums for these types of training:

And here's a list of playlists for this list!

The study in silence can work very well sometimes ... but in time of others I will find random, intermittent environmental noise.

It's almost as if my brain "knows" that he's trying to take advantage of the silence, so he'll go to pick up whatever it is.

If you suffer from this problem, quiet music is not the only fix. You can also try white noise and environmental noise emitters:.

What about the Lyric? Well, I found what I could do with the music that contains the lyrics when I make the first kind of work that I mentioned ...

However, with reading and in-depth training, my music should be instrumental. Anything with the lyrics will distract my attention and distract me when I do this work ...

This is correct in accordance with the opinion of the late Professor Clifford Nasse of Stanford University, who was known for his research on multi-assignments:

"Music with the lyricist is likely to have a problem when you write or read, but perhaps less influence mathematics if you don't use the language parts of your brain."

What do you want to say to science?We went over the way the music works for me, but I'm a sample size. What should I say in the study?

Well, as I mentioned in the Intra ... the answers are mixed ...

For example, one study conducted at the University of Maryland in 2013 tested 32 students for several different mathematical victorials held with or without music. They have also tested different types of music using music with low intensity and high intensity music ..

They found that the highest assessments were achieved in silence, with low-intensity music beating out of the track ...

However, I must note that the track with low intensity was a classical piano piece, while the track of high intensity was a song of metal band.

However, this point is not relevant to the fact.

However, another study, conducted in France with 249 participants, found that the group that was watching the lecture listening to classical music.

At present, the study seems to be controversial. Part of the reason could be a relatively small sample size; in my knowledge, there has not yet been a truly large-scale study of the effects of music on the brain. It's definitely an area, ripe for a larger study ...

Looking at the current results, I think we can make a couple of conclusions:

  • First, it seems clear that high-intensity music and vocal music are not suitable for reading, knowledge of unfamiliar material, or performing any mental works in which language is used ..
  • Second-and more generally-perhaps music is a tool that is like a hyper and takes away when it comes to the brain. This may be that at the objective level music is a bit distractions-nevertheless, it also causes positive emotions, lower the alarm and increases yours.
  • The last factor is the specificity of music-raises another question: can music deliberately contribute to the productivity of your brain?

    Stay informed-the video next week I will do my best to answer this question!

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