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  1. Some scientists believe that it is classical music that helps to better concentrate attention, analyze, and process a large flow of information. The higher the concentration, the higher the performance. And here's another important point:classical music is a melody where we do not analyze the meaning of words or get distracted by the text, but rather continue to study what we have studied.

    In addition, it is a well-known fact: if there is a calm atmosphere around, the person will also gradually calm down, stop being nervous and collect his thoughts, focus his attention on a certain issue. The calmer a person is, the faster and more correctly they will analyze the information.

    However, there is also a much smaller group of people who find it more convenient to work with their usual music, whether it's rock, jazz or something else.

  2. There are right and left hemispheres of the brain. Each is responsible for a specific action. They are connected by COMMISSURAL FIBERS. There are studies that prove that when listening to your favorite music, not necessarily classical, these same fibers work better. Conclusion: Yes. Music increases brain performance(and not necessarily classical music). The main thing is that this music does not distract, but plays in the background.

  3. Any favorite music helps. Not everyone likes the classics. Don't force them to listen to the classics if they're not interested.

    Each genre has its own advantages. For example, I personally like to listen to Trance music, a style of electronic music. Varieties – progressive trance (Progressive trance), melodic trance (Melodic trance), chillout (chillout trance), etc. Very helpful for performance, mood. This genre should be listened to with very good, high-quality headphones. VKontakte has special groups of fans of this music, good mixes can be found there, as well as listen to online radio trance.

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