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2016-06-25 11:49
Everyday kids around the globe take tests that show what they?ve learned. Since cheating is not an option your best choice using your memory, but is there way to help you everything you need for an A? For example, can music affect your memory?

First, to understand this question you need to truly understand the two most important things: music and memory. The definition of memory is: the processes that are used to acquire, store, retain and later retrieve information. Without memory the human race wouldn?t exist (because you wouldn?t remember to breathe if you were wondering why). Now let?s look at music.

Here?s the definition for music: an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions in significant forms through the elements of rhythm, melody, harmony, and color. Music can help you in so many ways (if you want to see them just skip to the next paragraph) from your mood to your health. In an article by the New York Times in 2006 it says we?re basically music experts by age 5, but back to our original question. Can music affect your memory?

Well, the University of Phoenix seems to think so
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