by Freida Marie Crump
Greetin’s from the Ridge.
They used to claim that Mozart made better babies.
A couple of years ago an Ivy League university’s department of We-Can-Claim-Anything-If-We-Study-It-Enough concluded that raising babies with Mozart playing in the background made smarter babies. A similar survey found that students who studied and took tests to the strains of Ludwig Van would score higher.
Then another university’s department of We-Did-A-Study-On-Your-Study came up