Measuring the representational space of music with fMRI: a case study with Sting

@article{Levitin2016MeasuringTR,
  title={Measuring the representational space of music with fMRI: a case study with Sting},
  author={Daniel J. Levitin and Scott T. Grafton},
  journal={Neurocase},
  year={2016},
  volume={22},
  pages={548 - 557}
}
ABSTRACT Functional brain imaging has revealed much about the neuroanatomical substrates of higher cognition, including music, language, learning, and memory. The technique lends itself to studying of groups of individuals. In contrast, the nature of expert performance is typically studied through the examination of exceptional individuals using behavioral case studies and retrospective biography. Here, we combined fMRI and the study of an individual who is a world-class expert musician and… Expand
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