Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Word je slimmer van luisteren naar Mozart? (3/5) [Dutch]



Het Mozarteffect. Studenten halen gegarandeerd hun tentamens, koeien zullen meer melk produceren en zelfs tomaten gaan beter smaken wanneer ze ‘luisteren’ naar klassieke muziek. Is dat zo? Waar heeft dit mee te maken?

Voor de andere lezingen zie hier.

Bronnen:

02:00 Rauscher, Shaw, & Ky (1993)
08:30 Thompson, Schellenberg, & Husain, G. (2001)
10:30 Schellenberg (2004); Jaschke, Eggermont, Honing, & Scherder (2013)

ResearchBlogging.orgRauscher, F., Shaw, G., & Ky, C. (1993). Music and spatial task performance Nature, 365 (6447), 611-611 DOI: 10.1038/365611a0

ResearchBlogging.orgThompson, W., Schellenberg, E., & Husain, G. (2001). Arousal, Mood, and The Mozart Effect Psychological Science, 12 (3), 248-251 DOI: 10.1111/1467-9280.00345

ResearchBlogging.orgGlenn Schellenberg, E. (2004). Music Lessons Enhance IQ Psychological Science, 15 (8), 511-514 DOI: 10.1111/j.0956-7976.2004.00711.x

ResearchBlogging.orgJaschke AC, Eggermont LH, Honing H, & Scherder EJ (2013). Music education and its effect on intellectual abilities in children: a systematic review. Reviews in the neurosciences, 24 (6), 665-75 PMID: 24169311

3 comments:

Almudena said...

Hi! I am a reader from Spain (I have been following your blog for some time already).
I just wanted to ask if there is any chance that these talks are subtitled in English in the future. They do seem very interesting but, unfortunately Google Traslate doesn't work with videos yet.

Thank you very much and congratulations on your work!

Henkjan Honing said...

@Amudena: Feel free to email info@universiteitvannederland.nl -- I'm sure they can say something about their plans on transcripting / translating this series...

Almudena said...

That's what I will do. Thank you!

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