Monday, July 27, 2015

Music can improve IQ

Does music have the ability to improve the IQ of a human being or not?

Currently, many people are very concerned about whether the course of music can help increase awareness in humans or not? The first study on the issue emerged from the 20th century was somewhat studies found the relationship between music and IQ, specific learning music can help improve IQ in human.

Recently, research has shifted the focus from music training to improve intelligence to develop the skills and ability to accomplish specific tasks in humans.
Music training can lead to improvements in many different skills people, including memory and cognition of space. In addition, the language skills such as speaking, reading and writing are also positive changes thanks to the music course.
Brain response
A study recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has assessed the neurological development in adolescence and the impact of certain forms of experience, such as musical training.

Method "Neuro-Physiological" has been applied to measure the response of the two groups subcortical students who have a speech at a high school in Chicago. In these two groups, one group was involved in a training program and a music program group participated in Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. Two training programs are part of the teaching curriculum at Northwestern University, where the study was conducted.
The results show that musical training leads to improved different range of skills, including memory and learning ability of subjects to apprehension about the concept of space. In addition, the language skills such as speaking, reading of student groups learn better and earlier music pretty much.
This method allows Tierney (the head of the research program) and his colleagues evaluated how the brain "coded language" before and after 3 years participated in two training programs on.Language skills are evaluated using a phonological awareness tasks including requiring youth to repeat a list of numbers or words is not English and a reading task name the letters or numbers quickly ...
In adolescence the brain are not fully developed and the specific area of ​​the brain is not yet complete, so the age group selected for study will produce unexpected results and interesting.Results showed that both groups had improvements in terms of language but music group trained the greater interest in the issue of phonological awareness.
The method is used to allow the researchers to track the level of development of the nervous volunteers. After that, they will assess the specific impacts of the two courses on developing the skills of two groups of students.
The researchers looked at the brain's normal development in this age group through two participants. However, areas of the brain responsible for processing auditory participants musical training during this period relatively developed compared with other groups. The group was also studying music cortical maturity faster. Therefore, studies show music can stimulate the development of the cerebral cortex and this brings many benefits to reading and writing skills in humans.
Music and language
Operability music as a training ground for the language skills and this opens up the possibility to improve language skills of children worldwide if applied in schools. Jobs for young people learning music can promote the growth of their brain.
The benefits of music can be more widely applied, such as support for learning a second language of man. However, also note that in the two tests memo pronounce sounds and fast, there is no significant difference between the two test groups. This means that although the music has the potential to develop some language skills but not all the skills.

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