Observation of sonified movements engages a basal ganglia frontocortical network

@inproceedings{Schmitz2012ObservationOS,
  title={Observation of sonified movements engages a basal ganglia frontocortical network},
  author={Gerd Schmitz and Bahram Mohammadi and Anke Hammer and Marcus Heldmann and Amir Samii and Thomas F M{\"u}nte and Alfred O. Effenberg},
  booktitle={BMC Neuroscience},
  year={2012}
}
Producing sounds by a musical instrument can lead to audiomotor coupling, i.e. the joint activation of the auditory and motor system, even when only one modality is probed. The sonification of otherwise mute movements by sounds based on kinematic parameters of the movement has been shown to improve motor performance and perception of movements. Here we demonstrate in a group of healthy young non-athletes that congruently (sounds match visual movement kinematics) vs. incongruently (no match… CONTINUE READING
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