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., Voxel-based morphometry in opera singers: Increased gray-matter volume in right somatosensory and auditory cortices, NeuroImage (2016), http://dx. ... Results from these studies can be summarized in two NeuroImage xxx (2016) xxx-xxx ⁎ Please cite this article as: Kleber, B., et al., Voxel-based morphometry in opera singers: Increased gray-matter volume ... ., Voxel-based morphometry in opera singers: Increased gray-matter volume in right somatosensory and auditory cortices, NeuroImage (2016), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.03.045 , 862- ...doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.03.045 pmid:27034024 fatcat:tge4dn2odjfg7j3bvmbapd5lny
Voxel-based morphometry (VBM) was used to examine the differences in gray matter (GM) volume in the insula of 21 singers and 21 non-singers. ... An auditory feedback perturbation paradigm was used to examine the differences in auditory-motor control of vocal production between singers and non-singers. ... AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS WW, GG, and HL designed the experiments. WW, LW, and NC performed the experiments and analyzed the data. WW, JJ, GG, and HL interpreted the results and wrote the manuscript. ...doi:10.3389/fnins.2019.00815 pmid:31427924 pmcid:PMC6688740 fatcat:5o6eew4htnbbnaod77leo2kzoa
Conclusions: These findings suggest that understanding cortical reorganization through gray and white matter changes in auditory and non-auditory areas is an important factor in the development of auditory ... Auditory deprivation alters cortical and subcortical brain regions, primarily linked to auditory and language processing, resulting in behavioral consequences. ... Accordingly, an increase in the gray matter in somatosensory and auditory areas is usually interpreted as an adaptive plasticity phenomenon leading to enhanced performances, as demonstrated in opera singers ...doi:10.3389/fnins.2020.00206 pmid:32292323 pmcid:PMC7135892 fatcat:zxsx6ey3ojg6revagan6gjljd4
The cortico-thalamo-striatal reward circuit and motor areas were more active during liked than disliked music, whereas only the auditory cortex and the right amygdala were more active for disliked over ... Indeed, in music, like in other arts, sad and happy emotions might co-exist and be distinct from emotions of pleasure or enjoyment. ... In experienced opera singers the increased functional activation dependent on 840 the amount of singing practice has been found in the bilateral regions of the primary 841 somatosensory cortex representing ...doi:10.3389/fnhum.2015.00676 pmid:26778996 pmcid:PMC4701928 fatcat:vd6ycmp6unhd5ar3b3kcgt6ydm