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Musical training, neuroplasticity and cognition / RODRIGUES, Ana Carolina ; LOUREIRO, Mauricio Alves ; CARAMELLI, Paulo.
Dementia & neuropsychologia, 2010, vol. 4 (4 (dec.)), p. 277-286.

http://www.demneuropsy.com.br/imageBank/PDF/v4n4a05.pdf... (30-01-2012)

Mots-clés principaux
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neuroplasticité
Fonction cognitive
Musique


Résumé :

The influence of music on the human brain has been recently investigated in numerous studies. Several investigations have shown that structural and functional cerebral neuroplastic processes emerge as a result of long-term musical training, which in turn may produce cognitive differences between musicians and non-musicians. Musicians can be considered ideal cases for studies on brain adaptation, due to their unique and intensive training experiences. This article presents a review of recent findings showing positive effects of musical training on non-musical cognitive abilities, which probably reflect plastic changes in brains of musicians.

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 28926
NumRec : 6071003
 

       

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