Cortical Systems Associated with Covert Music Rehearsal

@article{Langheim2002CorticalSA,
  title={Cortical Systems Associated with Covert Music Rehearsal},
  author={Frederick J. P. Langheim and Joseph H. Callicott and Venkata S. Mattay and Jeff H. Duyn and Daniel R. Weinberger},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2002},
  volume={16},
  pages={901-908}
}
Musical representation and overt music production are necessarily complex cognitive phenomena. While overt musical performance may be observed and studied, the act of performance itself necessarily skews results toward the importance of primary sensorimotor and auditory cortices. However, imagined musical performance (IMP) represents a complex behavioral task involving components suited to exploring the physiological underpinnings of musical cognition in music performance without the… Expand
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