Apollo's gift: new aspects of neurologic music therapy.

  title={Apollo's gift: new aspects of neurologic music therapy.},
  author={Eckart Altenm{\"u}ller and Gottfried Schlaug},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
Music listening and music making activities are powerful tools to engage multisensory and motor networks, induce changes within these networks, and foster links between distant, but functionally related brain regions with continued and life-long musical practice. These multimodal effects of music together with music's ability to tap into the emotion and reward system in the brain can be used to facilitate and enhance therapeutic approaches geared toward rehabilitating and restoring neurological… CONTINUE READING
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