Music-supported motor training after stroke reveals no superiority of synchronization in group therapy

@inproceedings{Vugt2014MusicsupportedMT,
  title={Music-supported motor training after stroke reveals no superiority of synchronization in group therapy},
  author={Floris T van Vugt and Juliane Ritter and Jens Dieter Rollnik and Eckart Altenm{\"u}ller},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Music-supported therapy has been shown to be an effective tool for rehabilitation of motor deficits after stroke. A unique feature of music performance is that it is inherently social: music can be played together in synchrony. AIM The present study explored the potential of synchronized music playing during therapy, asking whether synchronized playing could improve fine motor rehabilitation and mood. METHOD Twenty-eight patients in neurological early rehabilitation after stroke… CONTINUE READING
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Music-supported motor training after stroke reveals no superiority of synchronization in group therapy

  • FT Citation Van Vugt, J Ritter, JD Rollnik, E Altenmüller
  • Front. Hum. Neurosci. 8:315. doi: 10.3389/fnhum…
  • 2014

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