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www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-athletes-way/201406/does-playing-musical-instrument-make-you-smarter

Jun 25, 2014 ... Albert Einstein's mother was a talented musician who made musical expression a part of daily home life when her children were growing up. Albert Einstein began playing the violin when he was 6 years old. By the age of 13, he was playing Mozart's sonatas. Einstein once said, "Life without playing music is ...

www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/science-news/6447588/Playing-a-musical-instrument-makes-you-brainier.html

Oct 27, 2009 ... Playing a musical instrument makes you smarter, it has been claimed. ... "So not only does this make it easier to pick up other languages and have a better verbal memory in your own language, we have also seen that musicians are able to pick out exactly what others are feeling just on the tone of their ...

www.joytunes.com/blog/learn-to-play/how-to-become-smarter-by-playing-an-instrument

Jan 14, 2016 ... Whether it's due to parents bugging their kids to practice or just sheer laziness, thousands of youngsters quit music lessons before they've really given them a fair shot, and, sadly, thousands more never even start. But did you know that playing an instrument can make you smarter? It's never too late to visit ...

sites.psu.edu/siowfa15/2015/10/13/does-playing-an-instrument-make-you-smarter-2

Oct 13, 2015 ... Over the course of my life, I have heard that playing a musical instrument makes you smarter, and as a potential Music minor, I would like to believe that. Music is a language of its own, and it is universally understood, so it would make sense that learning this “language” has similar effects as a concrete ...

examinedexistence.com/can-playing-an-instrument-make-you-smarter

Other Benefits of Learning an Instrument. Musical intelligence does not only make you a genius when it comes to math and linguistics; it boosts your brain power in more ways than one. For one, music is connected with emotions. Apart from gaining higher IQ points, those who learned how to play musical instruments are ...

www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/05/playing-instrument-smarter-teded_n_5648621.html

Aug 5, 2014 ... This is your brain on music. We're still learning more about how our brains work, but thanks to neuroimaging technology we do know that playing music requires some pretty unique mental acrobatics. Many things we do are associated with activity in singular part of the brain. Playing an instrument, in ...

www.quora.com/Does-playing-a-musical-instrument-make-one-smarter

Musicians also score higher than non-musicians in many other dimensions, from spatial skills to language acquisition. The problem lies in separating cause from effect: does music make people smarter, or are smarter people naturally drawn to music? Some studies say music makes you smarter (e.g.: Music lessons ...

news.fiu.edu/2012/11/can-playing-a-musical-instrument-really-make-you-smarter/49034

Nov 29, 2012 ... Searching the Internet, I came across this provocative statement by a psychologist at the University of Zurich: “Learning to play a musical instrument has definite benefits and can increase IQ by seven points, in both children and adults.” ... Mind you, I have never taken an IQ test and have no plans to do so.

artistworks.com/blog/learning-new-instrument-makes-you-smarter

Mar 29, 2016 ... Did you know playing an instrument can make you smarter? If so then you are a wise one and maybe even a musician yourself. Keep playing music, it's working. I n a recent article on CNN.com titled “Six tips that could make you smarter,” what do you think was top of the list? Indeed, studies have shown that ...