Sensorimotor integration is enhanced in dancers and musicians

  title={Sensorimotor integration is enhanced in dancers and musicians},
  author={Falisha J. Karpati and Chiara Giacosa and Nicholas E. V. Foster and Virginia B. Penhune and Krista Hyde},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
Studying individuals with specialized training, such as dancers and musicians, provides an opportunity to investigate how intensive practice of sensorimotor skills affects behavioural performance across various domains. While several studies have found that musicians have improved motor, perceptual and sensorimotor integration skills compared to untrained controls, fewer studies have examined the effect of dance training on such skills. Moreover, no study has specifically compared the effects… CONTINUE READING
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