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Does Music Enhance Memorization Study Skills in Sixth Grade Students?. Donna Elwell University of Texas at Dallas SCE 5305 Fall, 2004. The Mozart Effect. Researchers at UC-Irvine publish a brief report about the relationship of music and spatial task performance
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