Congenital amusias.

@article{Tillmann2015CongenitalA,
  title={Congenital amusias.},
  author={Barbara Tillmann and Philippe Albouy and Anne Caclin},
  journal={Handbook of clinical neurology},
  year={2015},
  volume={129},
  pages={589-605}
}
In contrast to the sophisticated music processing reported in the general population, individuals with congenital amusia show deficits in music perception and production. Congenital amusia occurs without brain damage, sensory or cognitive deficits, and has been suggested as a lifelong deficit with genetic origin. Even though recognized for a long time, this disorder has been systematically studied only relatively recently for its behavioral and neural correlates. The currently most investigated… CONTINUE READING
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