Electrical Neuroimaging of Music Processing Reveals Mid-Latency Changes with Level of Musical Expertise

@article{James2017ElectricalNO,
  title={Electrical Neuroimaging of Music Processing Reveals Mid-Latency Changes with Level of Musical Expertise},
  author={Clara E. James and M. Oechslin and C. Michel and Michael De Pretto},
  journal={Frontiers in Neuroscience},
  year={2017},
  volume={11}
}
This original research focused on the effect of musical training intensity on cerebral and behavioral processing of complex music using high-density event-related potential (ERP) approaches. Recently we have been able to show progressive changes with training in gray and white matter, and higher order brain functioning using (f)MRI [(functional) Magnetic Resonance Imaging], as well as changes in musical and general cognitive functioning. The current study investigated the same population of non… Expand

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