August Knoblauch and amusia: A nineteenth-century cognitive model of music

@article{Johnson2003AugustKA,
  title={August Knoblauch and amusia: A nineteenth-century cognitive model of music},
  author={J. Johnson and A. Graziano},
  journal={Brain and Cognition},
  year={2003},
  volume={51},
  pages={102-114}
}
Early models of human cognition can be traced to nineteenth-century investigations of brain and behavior. Influential neurologists such as Wernicke, Kussmaul, and Lichtheim constructed diagrammatic models to illustrate current theories of cognition. Language was the most commonly studied cognitive function during this time; however, investigators also studied other cognitive functions, such as music and visual processing. While a number of nineteenth-century neurologists made observations about… Expand
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