Music lessons raise IQ slightly

08/31/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

According to a University of Toronto study published in Psychological Science, voice and keyboard lessons raised the IQs of 6-year-olds an average of two and three points, respectively, when compared to a control group that did not take music lessons at all. The study attributes the difference in IQ gains to the music training.

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