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The Neurosciences and Music III : disorders and plasticity

Author: Simone Dalla Bella; Virginia B Penhune; New York Academy of Sciences.
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Published by Blackwell Pub. on behalf of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2009.
Series: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 1169.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Simone Dalla Bella; Virginia B Penhune; New York Academy of Sciences.
ISBN: 9781573317399 157331739X
OCLC Number: 430353948
Notes: "This volume is the result of a conference entitled the Neurosciences and Music III: Disorders and Plasticity, hosted at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on June 25-28, 2008"--Page v.
Description: xi, 569 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm.
Contents: Neuroscience and Music ("Neuromusic") III: disorders and plasticity. Preface --
Neuromusic III. Proceedings of the Third Neuroscience and Music Conference. June 2009. Montreal, Canada --
The music instinct: the evolutionary basis of musicality --
Part I introduction: rhythms in the brain: basic science and clinical perspectives --
The role of auditory and premotor cortex in sensorimotor transformations --
The role of the basal ganglia in beat perception: neuroimaging and neuropsychological investigations --
Pulse and meter as neural resonance --
Top-down control of rhythm perception modulates early auditory responses --
Brain lateralization of metrical accenting in musicians --
Musical morphology --
Strong-meter and weak-meter rhythm identification in spina bifida meningomyelocele and volumetric parcellation of rhythm-relevant cerebellar regions --
Beta and gamma rhythms in human auditory cortex during musical beat processing --
Is beat induction innate or learned? Probing emergent meter perception in adults and newborns using event-related brain potentials --
Part II introduction: disorders of singing in healthy individuals --
Singing proficiency in the majority: normality and "phenotypes" of poor singing --
Reducing linguistic information enhances singing proficiency in occasional singers --
A protocol for cross-cultural research on the acquisition of singing --
Estimating the time to reach a target frequency in singing --
Investigating musical disorders with diffusion tensor imaging: a comparison of imaging parameters --
The pitch of vibrato tones: a model based on instantaneous frequency decomposition --
Part III introduction: musical training and induced cortical plasticity --
Understanding the benefits of musical training: effects on oscillatory brain activity --
Auditory-somatosensory integration and cortical plasticity in musical training --
Musicians --
same or different? --
Effects of asymmetric cultural experiences on the auditory pathway: evidence from music --
Effects of musical training on key and harmony perception --
Effects of early and late rest breaks during training on overnight memory consolidation of a keyboard melody --
Imagery mismatch negativity in musicians --
Brain research reveals automatic musical memory functions in children --
The effects of musical training on structural brain development: a longitudinal study --
Effects of early musical training on musical and linguistic syntactic abilities --
Automatic brain responses to pitch changes in congenital amusia --
Long-term effects of auditory training in severely or profoundly deaf children --
Absolute pitch in children prior to the beginning of musical training --
Training-induced neuroplasticity in young children --
Musical experience promotes subcortical efficiency in processing emotional vocal sounds --
Part IV introduction: musical memory: music is memory --
Is memory for music special? --
How the melody facilitates the message and vice versa in infant learning and memory --
The contribution of local features to familiarity judgments in music --
Emotional power of music in patients with memory disorders: clinical implications of cognitive neuroscience --
Music lexical networks: the cortical organization of music recognition --
Memory for tonal pitches: a music-length effect hypothesis --
Impaired memory for pitch in congenital amusia --
Load-dependent brain activity related to acoustic short-term memory for pitch: magnetoencephalography and fMRI --
Neural correlates underlying musical semantic memory. Auditory pitch imagery and its relationship to musical synchronization --
Neural representation of transposed melody in infants at 6 months of age --
Exceptional preservation of memory for tunes and lyrics: case studies of amusia, profound deafness, and Alzheimer's disease --
Part V introduction: emotions and music: normal and disordered development --
Using MRI to characterize the anatomy and function of the auditory cortex in infancy --
Subjective appraisal of music: neuroimaging evidence --
"With concord of sweet sounds ... ": new perspectives on the diversity of musical experience in autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions --
The subjective experience of music in autism spectrum disorder --
Exploring musical taste in severely autistic subjects: preliminary data --
The birth of musical emotion: a depth electrode case study in a human subject with epilepsy --
Emotional recognition from face, voice, and music in dementia of the Alzheimer type --
Social feedback influences musically induced emotions --
Chills as an indicator of individual emotional peaks --
Electrophysiological correlates of aesthetic music processing: comparing experts with laypersons --
Emotion-related changes in heart rate and its variability during performance and perception of music --
The influence of social situations on music listening --
Motor/autonomic stress responses in a competitive piano performance --
Part VI introduction: listening to and making music facilitates brain recovery processes --
A neuroscientific perspective on music therapy --
Evidence for plasticity in white-matter tracts of patients with chronic Broca's aphasia undergoing intense intonation-based speech therapy --
Neural reorganization underlies improvement in stroke-induced motor dysfunction by music-supported therapy --
Neurologic music therapy improves executive function and emotional adjustment in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation --
A new approach to rhythm cueing of cognitive functions: the case of ideomotor apraxia --
Music programs designed to remedy burnout symptoms show significant effects after five weeks --
Therapeutic role of music listening in stroke rehabilitation --
Melodic intonation therapy: shared insights on how it is done and why it might help --
Reestablishing speech understanding through musical ear training after cochlear implantation: a study of the potential cortical plasticity in the brain --
Amusia and cognitive deficits after stroke: is there a relationship? --
Part VII introduction: music, language, and motor programming: a common neural organization? --
Broca's area in language, action, and music --
Studying synchronization to a musical beat in nonhuman animals --
Effects of context on electrophysiological response to musical accents --
Integrated preattentive processing of vowel and pitch: a mismatch negativity study --
Similarity and repetition: an ERP study on musical form perception --
Tonal language processing in congenital amusia --
Overlap of musical and linguistic syntax processing: intracranial ERP evidence --
Self-recognition in the perception of actions performed in synchrony with music --
Spatial properties of perceived pitch: influence on reaching movements --
Infants detect cross-modal cues to identity in speech and singing --
Motor timing and precursor literacy skills in very young children --
Part VIII introduction: new directions: cochlear implants --
Melodic contour identification and music perception by cochlear implant users --
Music in the lives of deaf children with cochlear implants --
Experience-induced malleability in neural encoding of pitch, timbre, and timing.
Series Title: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 1169.
Other Titles: Neurosciences and Music three
Neurosciences and Music 3
Disorders and Plasticity
Responsibility: edited by Simone Dalla Bella [and others] ; scientific advisors, Virginia Penhune [and others].
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