Cerebral substrates for musical temporal processes.

@article{Samson2001CerebralSF,
  title={Cerebral substrates for musical temporal processes.},
  author={S{\'e}verine Samson and Nathalie Ehrl{\'e} and Michel Baulac},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2001},
  volume={930},
  pages={166-78}
}
Music as well as language consists of a succession of auditory events in time, which require elaborate temporal processing. Although several lines of evidence suggest that the left dominant hemisphere is predominantly involved in the processing of rapid temporal changes of speech, very little is known about the cerebral substrates underlying such auditory temporal processes in music. To investigate this issue, we examined epileptic patients with either left (LTL) or right (RTL) temporal lobe… CONTINUE READING

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