Monday, March 9, 2015

Listening to These Symphonies Can Improve Your Studies

To help students with their studies, The University of Borås, Sweden, in collaboration with sound designer Martin Ljungdahl and Grammy nominated composer Håkan Lidbo, have composed three symphonies to listen to while studying which will increase both creativity and concentration, as well as relaxation and the release of dopamine.

Toccata Creativo

Unexpected musical twists that stimulates the brain's cognitive thought processes and increases the listener's creativity. (download mp3)

Sonata Concentrata

Slow and monotonous melody that lowers the heart rate. Helps the listener to relax and improves concentration. (download mp3)

Pepp in A major

A positive up-tempo symphony that affect the listener's brain to secrete dopamine, the natural neurotransmitter that makes us feel good. (download mp3)

Via @alexandernoren.

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