Music and Speech Listening Enhance the Recovery of Early Sensory Processing after Stroke

@article{Srkm2010MusicAS,
  title={Music and Speech Listening Enhance the Recovery of Early Sensory Processing after Stroke},
  author={Teppo S{\"a}rk{\"a}m{\"o} and Elina Pihko and Sari Laitinen and Anita Forsblom and Seppo Soinila and Mikko Mikkonen and Taina Autti and Heli M. Silvennoinen and Jaakko Erkkil{\"a} and Matti Laine and Isabelle Peretz and Marja Hietanen and Mari Tervaniemi},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={2716-2727}
}
Our surrounding auditory environment has a dramatic influence on the development of basic auditory and cognitive skills, but little is known about how it influences the recovery of these skills after neural damage. Here, we studied the long-term effects of daily music and speech listening on auditory sensory memory after middle cerebral artery (MCA) stroke. In the acute recovery phase, 60 patients who had middle cerebral artery stroke were randomly assigned to a music listening group, an audio… Expand
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