Visit the Music Lab with your baby! We are now recruiting babies age 2 to 12 months for science research about the world's music. In the study, babies listen to songs while we measure their heart rate, pupil dilation, gaze, motion, and more!
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Sep 30, 2008 · drum test = 80% tone deaf test = 88.9% musical visual test: (total score = 80.0%)-pitch discrimination = 73.9%-musical memory = 85%-contour discrimination = 75.9%-attention = 81.7%-musical/visual distraction = 78.5% I am little reluctant to even try the perfect pitch test via the second link, as l don't even want to know how bad my results would be
By the 1937 second revision of the Stanford–Binet test, Terman no longer used the term "genius" as an IQ classification, nor has any subsequent IQ test. In 1939, David Wechsler specifically commented that "we are rather hesitant about calling a person a genius on the basis of a single intelligence test score".
Have you memorized the lyrics to your favorite anime theme song even though you don't understand Japanese? Do you own more anime music CD's than any other kind of CD's; Do you find yourself humming/singing anime songs while in public? Do you own any SonMay (SM) anime music CD's? Do you own more SM anime music CD's than authentic, import ones?
Just when you thought Monday mornings could not get any worse, your teacher announces a test. Whether you’ve been keeping up with course material or not, panic ensues. Well, it’s time to put that panic away, sit back, and learn a thing or two from one of the best cinematic series of all time, The Lord of the Rings.
Jun 15, 2007 · “Clearly, music supports academic performance, and quality music programs are related to higher test scores.” Though the arts, including music education, were designated as a core academic subject by the No Child Left Behind Act, the act does not specify standards for arts education.