Good trick to know.
Jeffrey Kluger | April 22, 2016
What struck me as interesting in this article by Ms. Margulis is how the human mind learns using statistical probabilities. That, and how we learn to appreciate different tonal systems based on what we hear when we are young. Worth reading.
You might not be a virtuoso, but you have remarkable music abilities. You just don’t know about them yet
by Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis | aeon magazine | Jan 8, 2015
Everyone knows what a difference a good teacher can make; this article shows that some of this difference can be measured by the increased income of the student. From The Economist, Oct 12th 2013 :
Good teachers have a surprisingly big impact on their pupils’ future income