Amusia and musicogenic epilepsy.

  • Steven A Sparr
  • Published 2003 in Current neurology and neuroscience reports


Amusia and musicogenic epilepsy are clinical disorders that provide a window into the localization of music in the brain. Classic clinical studies of patients with these disorders, coupled with more recent studies employing modern neuroimaging and sophisticated neuropsychologic paradigms, have converged in helping to elucidate the complex neural systems… (More)


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