Receptive amusia: temporal auditory processing deficit in a professional musician following a left temporo-parietal lesion

@article{Pietro2004ReceptiveAT,
  title={Receptive amusia: temporal auditory processing deficit in a professional musician following a left temporo-parietal lesion},
  author={M. D. Pietro and M. Laganaro and B. Leemann and A. Schnider},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={868-877}
}
This study examined the musical processing in a professional musician who suffered from amusia after a left temporo-parietal stroke. The patient showed preserved metric judgement and normal performance in all aspects of melodic processing. By contrast, he lost the ability to discriminate or reproduce rhythms. Arrhythmia was only observed in the auditory modality: discrimination of auditorily presented rhythms was severely impaired, whereas performance was normal in the visual modality. Moreover… Expand
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