Listening to Your Favourite Music Increases Brain Plasticity

Oh come on, it can’t be that simple?!
True it does sound too simple and easy doesn’t it! Remember when everyone thought that listening to Mozart would increase cognitive ability and intelligence? It was found out that any music you like lifts your mood and hence performance on subsequent cognitive tasks — but then again that knowledge is still not to be sniffed at.

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