But according to early studies the effect was temporary. These results do not bear directly on the Mozart effect in its narrow sense, but they have been cited as support for the more general thesis also. I also deeply believe that listening to Mozart's music may have an ever-lasting effect not only for many young students but also for many people of all ages. Mozart effect is most effective in telling us how emotionally humans are to using any aids to communicate when dealing with another sort of creature which is so unlike themselves in terms of experience, size, sensory capabilities, and emotional tendencies. Who would not want a pre-packaged solution with so impressive a name The effect in which exposure to classical music claims to enhance performance on intelligence tests has attained the status of an urban myth, a myth sustained by toy companies, parenting manuals writers, and technology gurus.
As far as the today's requirements concert people demand that the arts should not be taught only as separate core subjects, but integrated throughout the curriculum, using examples of eighth notes, half notes, etc., writing poetry in reading and English classes, in science classes, and experiencing art, music and poetry in the geography, history and social studies being taught. The instrumental argument for the music is a great sales tool, if it does not lead to wild beliefs. It in no way detracts from the esthetic any more than the nutrition detracts from the food. For the music, making wild claims is just as bad as making wild claims for food or for anything else.
Now I am suggesting some definitions of Mozart effect given by some famous experts.
According to John Brue, "Scholastic ability, future career paths, and ability to form loving relationships have little basis in neuroscience of children will ultimately determine by Stories s that they experiences during their early years of life."
According to Dr. Gordon Shaw, "We have this common internal neural language that we are born with and so if you can exploit that with the right stimuli then you are going to help the brain develop to do the things like reason."
According to Dr. Frances Rauscher, "We exposed these animals in utero and then sixty days after birth to different types of auditory stimulation