Maurice Ravel and right-hemisphere musical creativity: influence of disease on his last musical works?

@article{Amaducci2002MauriceRA,
  title={Maurice Ravel and right-hemisphere musical creativity: influence of disease on his last musical works?},
  author={Luigi Amaducci and Elena Grassi and François Boller},
  journal={European journal of neurology},
  year={2002},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={75-82}
}
The problem of finding correspondence between a particular neuronal organization and a specific function of the human brain remains a central question of neuroscience. It is sometimes thought that language and music are two sides of the same intellectual coin, but research on brain-damaged patients has shown that the loss of verbal functions (aphasia) is not necessarily accompanied by a loss of musical abilities (amusia). Amusia without aphasia has also been described. This double dissociation… CONTINUE READING
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