Neuroimaging Methods for Music Information Retrieval: Current Findings and Future Prospects

@inproceedings{Kaneshiro2015NeuroimagingMF,
  title={Neuroimaging Methods for Music Information Retrieval: Current Findings and Future Prospects},
  author={Blair Kaneshiro and Jacek Dmochowski},
  booktitle={ISMIR},
  year={2015}
}
Over the past decade and a half, music information retrieval (MIR) has grown into a robust, cross-disciplinary field spanning a variety of research domains. Collaborations between MIR and neuroscience researchers, however, are still rare, and to date only a few studies using approaches from one domain have successfully reached an audience in the other. In this paper, we take an initial step toward bridging these two fields by reviewing studies from the music neuroscience literature, with an… CONTINUE READING

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