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Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Loree Hearing in the Mind’s Ear: A PET Investigation of Musical Imagery and Perception Robert J. Zatorre McGill University Andrea R. Halpern Bucknell University David W. ... To test this hypothesis, and to explore the neural basis for song imagery, 12 normal subjects were scanned using the water bolus method to measure cerebral blood flow (CBF) during the performance of three ...
Biosystems and Biorobotics
Music therapy is used to stimulate brain functions including movement, cognition, language, emotion and sensory perception. ... Rehabilitation of brain function through music therapy has grown significantly in the past half century. ... Music therapy is used to stimulate brain functions including movement, cognition, language, emotion and sensory perception. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-030-01845-0_170 fatcat:xpnxbjx3xnfu3i6dendfmjnn5u
We suggest that the effect of music on cerebral processes in patients might reflect the music's capacity to act both on the external and internal neural networks supporting consciousness. ... Among personally relevant stimuli, music appears to be a promising clinical tool as it boosts perception and cognition in patients with DOC and could also serve as a prognostic tool. ... was supported by institutional grants from the LabEx CeLyA ("Centre Lyonnais d'Acoustique, " ANR-10-LABX-60), by the grant ANR CogniComa (ANR-14-CE-5-0013), the "France Traumatisme Crânien" Association and ...doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01102 pmid:26284020 pmcid:PMC4519656 fatcat:dymh6upngrdbbch35cz4aq5fju
In effective therapy are used from well trained music therapists for providing the voice, body language and facial expressions. ... Music therapy, due to the characteristics and potential therapeutic applications, increase efficiency and provide treatment for the mental and physical relaxation. ... Music therapy is used to stimulate brain functions including movement, cognition, language, emotion and sensory perception. ...doi:10.1016/j.neulet.2011.05.159 fatcat:xpyydxefgnfw3gogosao6pqp2a
In the present study, an extensive search of audiobooks uncovered additional similar examples, which were contrasted with samples from the same corpus that do not sound like song, despite containing clear ... This network overlaps a number of areas previously associated with pitch extraction and song production, confirming that phrases originally intended to be heard as speech can, under certain circumstances ... Notes We would like to thank all of the subjects who participated in this study. Conflict of Interest : None declared. ...doi:10.1093/cercor/bhs003 pmid:22314043 pmcid:PMC3539450 fatcat:lzjakjxtkfepzjjaljeb2yowai
Six subjects with musical hallucinations following acquired deafness are described. The subjects all experienced the condition in the absence of any other features to suggest epilepsy or psychosis. ... The model is based on spontaneous activity within a cognitive module for the analysis of temporal pattern in segmented sound. ... the Wellcome Department of Cognitive Neurology for expert technical assistance, and R. ...doi:10.1093/brain/123.10.2065 pmid:11004124 fatcat:7kwm7afktfbrvbdju4dyftr4le
Moreover, analysis of the temporal structure led to similar effects in language and music. 7016. Griffiths, Timothy D. ... Perceiving and imagining songs that have words also involve structures in the left hemisphere. ...
This article discusses the role that auditory experience—both typically musical and that associated with the mother's voice—plays in fetal, neonatal, and infant development, particularly in terms of musical ... An infant's early contact with music affects its future development in a broad sense, including the development of musical aptitude. ... Learning music is similar to acquiring language-it is unconscious and often occurs through imitation. Analogous to language, music-receptive abilities emerge more quickly than expressive ones. ...doi:10.3390/ijerph18168467 pmid:34444216 pmcid:PMC8393253 fatcat:qiz33y7npzflfcki4573d47nue
Despite the significant advances in language perception for cochlear implant (CI) recipients, music perception continues to be a major challenge for implant-mediated listening. ... For musical stimuli, PET scanning revealed significantly greater activation during rhythm perception in CI subjects (compared to control subjects), and the least activation during melody perception, which ... are optimized for speech perception, and that even in the CI population, cortical responses to language rely upon a left-lateralized network of auditory cortex that is specialized for language. ...doi:10.1007/s10162-009-0184-9 pmid:19662456 pmcid:PMC2820212 fatcat:443v4vkrh5gcllgi322tcmjv7i
In contrast to apraxia or aphasia, impairments of music perception have received considerably less clinical attention, and yet musical disorders are not rare, since accidental vascular lesions often invade ... lessly in the early childhood and plays a particular role in promoting social cohesion and interaction between people  . ... That is, brain implementation of music networks should be similar in the vast majority of humans, non-musicians and musicians alike. ...doi:10.1159/000206851 pmid:19295213 fatcat:ubuviuhva5fclcs6q7khbd35x4
Creativity and Innovation Among Science and Art
, and many other functions, all performed over a matter of milliseconds in the dedicated musical neural networks in the brain. ... The origins of music, as well as the anatomical and neurobiological underpinnings of musical perception, performance, and training, are reviewed in detail. ... Newton was supported in part by National Cancer Institute grant, CA 16058, and the Esther Dardinger Neuro-Oncology Center Endowment Fund. ...doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-6624-5_2 fatcat:yfcsdefinbbe7iix22jfcb3qma
There are numerous behavioral indications that music-specific networks are isolable in the brain. ... However, neuropsychological observations have consistently and recurrently suggested that music might well be distinct from other cognitive functions, in being subserved by specialized neural networks. ... I thank Simone Dalla Bella for editing the figures and making insightful comments on the paper and Krista Hyde for language editing. ...doi:10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05731.x fatcat:lg4f6ivvrfe4xhq57befqddtf4
areas, and suggest that multiple neural networks may be involved in di¡erent aspects of singing. ... These results indicate that the production of words in song is associated with activation of regions within right hemisphere areas that are not mirror-image homologues of left hemisphere perisylvian language ... Patients with right hemisphere lesions are likely to be impaired in musical perception and imagery       . ...doi:10.1097/00001756-200304150-00018 pmid:12692476 fatcat:paj4guomrbaihlh7yn43pcsurm
They are very significant methods of researching music perception at different pitch levels. The two methods complement each other. ... The analysis on neural network of brain is used to research the work mechanism of brain in different tones. ... So the research on pitch is very important in the research on music perception. ...doi:10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1364 fatcat:s7twzzuqvzcgvj4jz7dshqitmm
Metre Temporal processing Music Neuropsychology a b s t r a c t Introduction: Music perception involves processing of melodic, temporal and emotional dimensions that have been found to dissociate in healthy ... to identify happy and scary, but not sad or peaceful emotions portrayed in music. ... Acknowledgements We thank JM, his friends and family for their enthusiasm and support of this research. M. Libera for administering some baseline cognitive tests. A. ...doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2014.01.005 pmid:24561388 fatcat:glh7imzbavdybo2egfwoojtfjm
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