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Subject:Re: Technical Presentation Skills From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 12 Jan 1995 17:44:18 -0800
Lori Lathrop said:
> Perhaps this ties into the "superlearning" theory (developed by Ostrander
> and someone else who's name I've forgotten). Anyway, a basic premise is
> that listening to classical music, especially baroque (Telemann is one
> of the best), enhances learning because the beat of the music (approx.
> one beat per second) harmonizes with your body's own rhythm.
This sounds like the 'suggestopedia' method of language learning. (Used in
Eastern Europe, especially Czechoslovakia, I think.)