The neural substrates of musical memory revealed by fMRI and two semantic tasks

@article{Groussard2010TheNS,
  title={The neural substrates of musical memory revealed by fMRI and two semantic tasks},
  author={Mathilde Groussard and G{\'e}raldine Rauchs and Brigitte Landeau and Fausto Viader and B{\'e}atrice Desgranges and Francis Eustache and Herv{\'e} Platel},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={1301-1309}
}
Recognizing a musical excerpt without necessarily retrieving its title typically reflects the existence of a memory system dedicated to the retrieval of musical knowledge. The functional distinction between musical and verbal semantic memory has seldom been investigated. In this fMRI study, we directly compared the musical and verbal memory of 20 nonmusicians, using a congruence task involving automatic semantic retrieval and a familiarity task requiring more thorough semantic retrieval. In the… Expand
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