Year 2020, Volume 2 , Issue 2, Pages 121 - 132 2020-07-10

Çalışmadan Önce Dinlenilen Eğlenceli Müziğin Öğrenmeye Etkisi
The Effect of Listening Enjoyable Music Before Study on Learning

Cansu ESER [1] , Sevcan AKBABA [2] , Mehmet ERGÜL [3] , Erol ÖZÇELİK [4]


Araştırma çalışmaları, eğlenceli kısa bir müzik parçasını dinleyerek doğal yolla dopamini artırmanın insan performansını geliştirme potansiyeline sahip olduğunu iddia etmektedir. Buna rağmen, öğretimsel materyalleri çalışmadan önce dinlenilen müziğin öğrenmeyi iyileştirip iyileştirmediği gösteren yeterince deneysel kanıt yoktur. Bu ihtiyaç dikkate alındığında, bu çalışmanın amacı çalışmadan önce dinlenilen eğlenceli müziğin öğrenme çıktılarına olan etkisini araştırmaktır. Denekler-arası desene sahip olan bu deneysel çalışmaya toplam 80 öğrenci katılmıştır. Katılımcıların yarısı seçkisiz olarak eğlenceli müziğin dinlenildiği deneysel gruba atanırken diğer yarısı herhangi bir müziğin dinlenilmediği kontrol grubuna atanmışlardır. Daha sonra tüm denekler öğretimsel materyalleri çalışmışlardır. Sonuçlar, deneysel gruptaki öğrenme kazanımlarının kontrol grubundan yüksek olduğunu göstermektedir. Özellikle, bu mevcut çalışmanın sonuçları insanların öğretimsel materyalleri çalışmadan önce eğlenceli müzik dinlediklerinde daha iyi öğrendiklerini ortaya koymaktadır.
Research studies have suggested that increasing dopamine in a natural way by listening to a short piece of enjoyable music has the potential to improve human performance. However, there is not enough empirical evidence whether listening music before studying instructional material enhances learning. Considering this need, the goal of this study is to investigate the effect of listening enjoyable music before study on learning outcomes. A total of 80 students participated in this experimental study having a between-subjects design. Half of the participants were randomly assigned to the experimental group in which they listened enjoyable music whereas the other half were assigned to the control group in which they listened no music. Afterwards, all the participants studied the instructional materials. The results demonstrate that learning gains were higher in the experimental group than in the control group. Particularly, the results of the current study suggest that when people listen to enjoyable music before they study the instructional materials, they learn better.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Education, Scientific Disciplines
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Cansu ESER
Institution: ÇANKAYA ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Author: Sevcan AKBABA
Institution: ÇANKAYA ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Author: Mehmet ERGÜL
Institution: ÇANKAYA ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Author: Erol ÖZÇELİK (Primary Author)
Institution: ÇANKAYA ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : July 10, 2020

Bibtex @research article { mrefdergi722999, journal = {Muallim Rıfat Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi}, issn = {2667-5234}, eissn = {2667-5234}, address = {}, publisher = {Kilis 7 Aralik University}, year = {2020}, volume = {2}, pages = {121 - 132}, doi = {}, title = {The Effect of Listening Enjoyable Music Before Study on Learning}, key = {cite}, author = {Eser, Cansu and Akbaba, Sevcan and Ergül, Mehmet and Özçeli̇k, Erol} }
APA Eser, C , Akbaba, S , Ergül, M , Özçeli̇k, E . (2020). The Effect of Listening Enjoyable Music Before Study on Learning . Muallim Rıfat Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi , 2 (2) , 121-132 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/mrefdergi/issue/55983/722999
MLA Eser, C , Akbaba, S , Ergül, M , Özçeli̇k, E . "The Effect of Listening Enjoyable Music Before Study on Learning" . Muallim Rıfat Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi 2 (2020 ): 121-132 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/mrefdergi/issue/55983/722999>
Chicago Eser, C , Akbaba, S , Ergül, M , Özçeli̇k, E . "The Effect of Listening Enjoyable Music Before Study on Learning". Muallim Rıfat Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi 2 (2020 ): 121-132
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ISNAD Eser, Cansu , Akbaba, Sevcan , Ergül, Mehmet , Özçeli̇k, Erol . "The Effect of Listening Enjoyable Music Before Study on Learning". Muallim Rıfat Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi 2 / 2 (July 2020): 121-132 .
AMA Eser C , Akbaba S , Ergül M , Özçeli̇k E . The Effect of Listening Enjoyable Music Before Study on Learning. Muallim Rıfat Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi. 2020; 2(2): 121-132.
Vancouver Eser C , Akbaba S , Ergül M , Özçeli̇k E . The Effect of Listening Enjoyable Music Before Study on Learning. Muallim Rıfat Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi. 2020; 2(2): 121-132.
IEEE C. Eser , S. Akbaba , M. Ergül and E. Özçeli̇k , "The Effect of Listening Enjoyable Music Before Study on Learning", Muallim Rıfat Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 121-132, Jul. 2020