The Rhetoric of "Superbabies"

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Parents love their children, and of course, would like to their children to have a jump-start. Therefore, it comes at no surprise that simple educational method such as listening to Mozart became popular among parents. Although the research is premature, parents are willing to give it a try. The deep love for their children make them unwilling to miss any possible chance to improve their children's ability, even if the effects of the method may be dubious. As it turned out, the Mozart effect may simply be a result of increased alert level rather and increased intelligence. Exposing babies to Mozart is unlikely to increase the abilities of the babies.
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