Subject: arousal-mood-hypothesis | Psychology | working memory capacity | Mozart effect | aptitude-treatment interaction | BF1-990 | Original Research | learning with background music | seductive detail effect
mesheuropmc: education | humanities | behavioral disciplines and activities
This study investigates how background music influences learning with respect to three different theoretical approaches. Both the Mozart effect as well as the arousal-mood-hypothesis indicate that background music can potentially benefit learning outcomes. While the Moz... View more
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