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March 23, 2022 Wednesday 11:21:33 AM IST

Music Relief for Study Stress

Music can help to calm students who find the study material difficult or stressful, according to Music psychologist Dr. Kirk Olsen of Macquarie University. Music can help make a tedious task more enjoyable and this can help motivate students to continue studying for longer periods of time. Music can stimulate the imagination and also act as a source of inspiration for tasks that involve creative thought. Any music that children or adults enjoy can improve their mood. Music with lyrics can be distracting as the verbal information expressed through lyrics can interfere with or become confused with. any verbal information a student is trying to read, comprehend, or memorize for an exam. Loud music can also be distracting and music should be chosen based on the personality of the individual. Background music heard in low volume is similar to soft lighting in a room. It can be relaxing and help the student or parent focus on the primary tasks without significant distraction