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From the Publisher"Gordon Shaw and the M. I. N. D. Institute has made such great progress, spreading a wider net to help our students..."
— Drs. Diane Watanabe and Richard Sjolseth, consultants at the Institute of Learning, Teaching and the Human Brain in the Division of Curriculum and Instruction at the Los Angeles County Office of Education
"...All together this is a very important book for all those interested in improving mathematics education, be they teachers, researchers, or parents."
—Professor Martin Perl at SLAC, Stanford University, 1995 Nobel Laureate in Physics
"'Music hath charms...' and Dr Shaw and the M.I.N.D. Institute now clearly show that these charms extend to spatial and temporal reasoning in a form that can be harnessed as part of the educational process. Keeping Mozart in Mind can be read with equal interest by parents and educators and by experts in the field of cognitive neuroscience."
—Professor Edward G. Jones, M.D., UC Davis, past President of the Society of Neuroscience
"The book describes in a lucid form the discovery and application of a new approach to the teaching and understanding of mathematics and music. ...a 'must read' for any educator or parent of school age children."
—William A. Little, Professor of Physics, Emeritus, Stanford University
"The brain research upon which this program is based is ground-breaking and provides us with a new pathway to reach students who are struggling with their understanding of mathematics..."
—Claudia Kreis, Principal of Burnett Elementary School, Long Beach, California