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Brilliant minds: What leading businessmen and virtuoso musicians have in common
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5 July 2011
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The article features new research showing that professional classical musicians' brains are highly developed in a way that makes them more alert, eager to learn, open-minded, calm, and playful. The same traits have previously been found among world-class athletes, top-level managers, and individuals who practise the Transcendental Meditation Technique.
These traits are collectively referred to as ''high mind brain development'', which appears to influence greater effectiveness in any domain.
The new study was conducted by Fred Travis, Maharishi University of Management in the US; Harald Harung, Oslo University College in Norway; and Yvonne Lagrosen, University West in Sweden, and is published in the journal Consciousness and Cognition (Summer 2011). The researchers identified three key characteristics in the electrical brain activity patterns of individuals with high mind brain development.
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