Effectivity Research

There is a body of evidence which suggests that the use of humor and music in training has a strong correlation to increased information retention. Here are two examples of that research:

How laughing leads to learning

American Psychological Association

[A] growing body of research suggests that, when used effectively, classroom comedy can improve student performance by reducing anxiety, boosting participation and increasing students’ motivation to focus on the material.

Music and Learning

Johns Hopkins School of Education

Music can be used to help us remember learning experiences and information because it:

  • establishes a positive learning state
  • creates a desired atmosphere
  • changes brain wave states
  • focuses concentration, increases attention
  • improves memory
  • facilitates a multi-sensory learning experience
  • releases tension
  • provides inspiration and motivation
  • adds an element of fun


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