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Music in the recovering brain

@inproceedings{Srkm2011MusicIT,
  title={Music in the recovering brain},
  author={Teppo S{\"a}rk{\"a}m{\"o}},
  year={2011}
}
............................................................................................... 4 Tiivistelmä............................................................................................. 5 Acknowledgements................................................................................ 6 List of original publications..................................................................... 8 Abbreviations… 
Experiences of music listening and music therapy in acute stroke rehabilitation
Forsblom, Anita Experiences of music listening and music therapy in acute stroke rehabilitation Jyvaskyla: University of Jyvaskyla, 2012, 63 p. (Jyvaskyla Studies in Humanities ISSN 1459-4323 (nid.),
Music listening after stroke: beneficial effects and potential neural mechanisms
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Results indicate that listening to pleasant music can have a short‐term facilitating effect on visual awareness in patients with visual neglect, which is associated with functional coupling between emotional and attentional brain regions.
Professional Competences of Music Therapists Working in Post-stroke Rehabilitation
TLDR
The results provide a better understanding of the tacit knowledge possessed by music therapists who work within Stroke Rehabilitation.
Storycomposing as a path to a child's inner world : a collaborative music therapy experiment with a child co-researcher
Hakomäki, Hanna Storycomposing as a path to a child’s inner world. A collaborative music therapy experiment with a child co-researcher. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä, 2013, 212 p. (Jyväskylä
Music Listening, Music Therapy, Phenomenology and Neuroscience
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Structural grey matter changes induced by sound environment after stroke : a voxel-based morphometry study
  • Psychology
  • 2011
ii Abstract (in Finnish) iiiin Finnish) iii
Bodily Signals Entrainment in the Presence of Music
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This work describes a human computer interface used to characterize the evolution of the stochastic signatures of physiological rhythms across the central and the peripheral nervous systems in the presence (or absence) of music.

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