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From recent studies there have been cases which have answered the questions of those who are wondering Listening to Mozart will make you smarter Personally I have come to the conclusion that it does not make you smarter We as human beings sometimes push ourselves to believe the impossible and therefore find every reason to prove our assumptions Because Mozart was a great composer and musically gifted people tend to conciously and subconciously push their children to be like that The fact is that not everyone is blessed with that gift Recent studies have been done to answer the question As children grow up they are always doing amazing things to make their parents feel as if they are the only children who have done it On the other hand as adults we can listen to Mozart and it probably wont affect us unless we psyche ourselves up for it If we believe that listening to Mozart will make us smarter and put all of our mind and soul into that belief it will come true The difference is believing Most people just want things to come to them and not put any effort into it The end result of that is a negative result I have come up with a simple research method The hypothesis of this project is to find out whether or not listening to Mozart increases your intelligence To do this study I will pick 10 adults from 10 different states My random sampling will consist of 5 women and 5 men who all have different backgrounds ethnically The research will be tested on both groups at different times I have done a random assignment and have chosen a control group to participate in this study also In this research the independent variable is classical music Mozarts Next the dependent variable will be the progressing intelligence in behavior The operational definition of the independent and dependent variables are increased
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