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Sensory-motor coupling in musicians

Ulrich C. Drost

Sensory-motor coupling in musicians

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Published by Cuvillier Verlag in Göttingen .
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    Subjects:
  • Music -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Music -- Physiological aspects.,
  • Musical perception.

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    Other titlesSensory motor coupling in musicians
    Statementvorgelegt von Ulrich C. Drost.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21012273M
    ISBN 103865373631

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Actually, sight-reading of music is significantly more difficult than reading ordinary English. Moreover, there are musical compositions that are impossible to sight read to a level of decent performance; among them are certain virtuoso compositio. In music, groove is the sense of an effect ("feel") of changing pattern in a propulsive rhythm or sense of "swing".In jazz, it can be felt as a quality of persistently repeated rhythmic units, created by the interaction of the music played by a band's rhythm section (e.g.

drums, electric bass or double bass, guitar, and keyboards).Groove is a significant feature of popular music, and can. David DeidaAuthor & Teacher “What you want is who you are. Open as you are without hesitation.” – David Deida Best-Selling American Author Published in Over 25 Languages Worldwide World Renowned Speaker & Teacher “Mark my words: in a future that I hope is not too far off, Deida’s original western Dharma will be widely known [ ].

Effects of Practice and Experience on the Arcuate Fasciculus: Comparing Singers, Instrumentalists, and et al., ). This front o. Sensitivity to temporal contingencies appears early in life and plays a key role in the ontogeny of socio-cognitive abilities in humans (Nadel et al., ; Gratier and Apter-Danon, ).The tendency for rhythmic coordination, sometimes referred to as “entrainment,” requires sensory-motor coupling (Phillips-Silver et al., ).In most of the fields of cognitive science, action Cited by: Timings and interactions of skilled musicians.

adaptive sensory-motor synchronization [57,58], and other As a result of this reiterated coupling, musicians reinforce their audio-motor. As a result of this reiterated coupling, musicians reinforce their audio-motor integration proficiency, progressively expanding their sensory-motor repertoire.

The discovery of the Sensory-motor coupling in musicians book neurons—a particular class of neurons that discharge both during the performance of a given motor act and during the observation of another person Author: Arturo Nuara.

Some 20 years ago Todd and colleagues proposed that rhythm perception is mediated by the conjunction of a sensory representation of the auditory input and a motor representation of the body (Todd, a, ), and that a sense of motion from sound is mediated by the vestibular system (Todd, a, b).These ideas were developed into a sensory-motor theory of Cited by: Sensitivity to temporal contingencies appears early in life and plays a key role in the ontogeny of socio-cognitive abilities in humans (Nadel et al., ; Gratier and Apter-Danon, ).

The tendency for rhythmic coordination, sometimes referred to as “entrainment”, requires sensory-motor coupling (Phillips-Silver et al., ). In most of the fields of cognitive science, action Cited by:   Furthermore, oscillations in perceptual performance time-locked to the execution of voluntary movements have been shown for stimuli that are unpredictable and, importantly, unrelated to the motor task, pointing to a rather automatic form of sensory-motor coupling (Tomassini et al., ).Author: Anne Giersch, Jennifer T.

Coull. Abstract. Musical training causes structural and functional changes in the brain due to its sensory-motor demands. This leads to differences in how musicians perceive and process music as compared to non-musicians, thereby providing insights into Author: Dipankar Niranjan, Petri Toiviainen, Elvira Brattico, Vinoo Alluri.

Richard Cytowic Richard E. Cytowic, MD, MFA is best known for bringing synesthesia—the involuntary coupling of the senses—back to mainstream science after decades of. Some 20 years ago Todd and colleagues proposed that rhythm perception is mediated by the conjunction of a sensory representation of the auditory input and a motor representation of the body (Todd, a, ), and that a sense of motion from sound is mediated by the vestibular system (Todd, a, b).

These ideas were developed into a sensory Cited by: This contribution describes how music can trigger plastic changes in the brain. We elaborate on the concept of neuroplasticity by focussing on three major topics: the ontogenetic scale of musical development, the phenomenon of neuroplasticity as the outcome of interactions with the sounds and a short survey of clinical and therapeutic by: 1.

Introduction. Music is a source of intense experiences of both the most intimate and solitary, and public and collective, kinds – from an individual with their smartphone and headphones, to large-scale live events and global simulcasts; and it increasingly brings together a huge range of cultures and histories, through developments in world music, sampling, the re-issue of Cited by: The book will serve as a great resource for the student and professor.' Howard N.

Zelaznik - Purdue University, Indiana 'I recommend Knowing Hands for those interested in the psychology of manual control or in more broad areas of cognition. It is Cited by: 7. COLOPHON VIRTUAL REALITY AND THE SENSES ISBN: PUBLISHER Danish Sound Innovation Network Technical University of Denmark Richard Petersens Plads, Building Kgs.

Puzzle cube memory. It is often reported that, when a pianist hears a well-trained piece of music, synonymous fingering can be involuntarily triggered. [23] This implies that there is a coupling between the perception of music and the motor activity of those musically trained individuals.

[23] Therefore, one's muscle memory in the context of music can easily be triggered when one. Muscle memory is a form of procedural memory that involves consolidating a specific motor task into memory through repetition, which has been used synonymously with motor a movement is repeated over time, a long-term muscle memory is created for that task, eventually allowing it to be performed with little to no conscious effort.

The encoding of vowels and temporal speech cues in the auditory cortex of professional musicians: an EEG study. Neuropsycholo Elmer, S., Sollberger, S., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. An empirical re-evaluation of absolute pitch: behavioural and electrophysiological measurements.

Journal of Cognitive Neuroscie This mapping of observed movements onto one’s own sensory-motor system is known as action simulation (Jeannerod, ; see also Pizzera, Chapter 13 and Kennel & Pizzera, Chapter 15 in this book).

The direct consequence of this premise is that alterations in sensorimotor experience that occur incidentally (e.g., by everyday experience) or Cited by: 1. Journal of New Music Research, Special issue on Music and Machine Learning, 43, 3, pp Non-Conformant Harmonization: the Real Book in the Style of Take 6.

AbstractMusicians with extensive training and playing experience provide an excellent model for studying plasticity of the human brain. The demands placed on the nervous system by music performance are very high and provide a uniquely rich multisensory and motor experience to the player.

As confirmed by neuroimaging studies, playing music depends on a Author: Eckart Altenmüller, Shinichi Furuya. 3 The role of sensory function in motor recovery.

When the motor cortex is injured, the brain attempts to maintain motor control by remapping sensorimotor interactions, through the recruitment of secondary motor areas, primary sensory cortices and higher-order association areas involved in sensorimotor transformations (Ward & Cohen, ).For example, in adult Cited by:   1 Introduction.

Motor impairments are among the most common and most disabling consequences of cerebral stroke in humans (Dimyan & Cohen, ).Music-supported therapy (MST) was shown to be effective in post-stroke rehabilitation of motor function (Amengual et al., ; Grau-Sánchez et al., ; Schneider, Schönle, Altenmüller, & Münte, ; Van Cited by:   Sensitivity to temporal contingencies appears early in life and plays a key role in the ontogeny of socio-cognitive abilities in humans (Nadel et al., ; Gratier and Apter-Danon, ).The tendency for rhythmic coordination, sometimes referred to as “entrainment,” requires sensory-motor coupling (Phillips-Silver et al., ).In most of the fields of cognitive science.

This paper will present the model Carlo Cipolla developed in his worldwide best-selling essay on “The Basic Laws of Human Stupidity” along with the framework of social behaviors it contains.

Cipolla did not intend to explore intelligence but to focus primarily in his analysis on stupidity, two characteristics of the social behavior that man, as an individual or group agent, can reveal Cited by: 1. Full text of "Embodied artificial intelligence: international seminar, Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, July; revised selected papers" See other formats.

This correlates with slowly waking up cognitively. Since the Schumann Resonance has had sudden spikes between 12 – Hz, I found this even more interesting. In Neurofeedback, Hz is called Sensory-Motor Rhythm frequency (SMR).

It is an ideal state of “awakened calm.”. The neuronal mechanisms involved in brain plasticity after skilled motor learning are not completely understood.

We aimed to study the short-term effects of keyboard training in music-naive subjects on the motor/premotor cortex activity and interhemispheric interactions, using electroencephalography and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).

Twelve subjects Cited by: 6. Based on previous evidence showing that music training has an influence on language processing, cognitive functions, and word learning, we examined EEG‐based intracranial functional connectivity in the ventral and dorsal streams while musicians and nonmusicians learned the meaning of novel words through picture–word by: 8.

“Musicians' Preferences for Tempo Pitch Levels in Recorded Orchestral Music” In this article the authors review studies directed at validating sensory motor rhythm, beta and alpha-theta protocols for improving attention, memory, and music performance in healthy participants. involve coupling between frontal and posterior cortices.

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Several studies comparing adult musicians and non-musicians have provided compelling evidence for functional and anatomical differences in the brain systems engaged by musical training. It is not known, however, whether those differences result from long term musical training or from pre-existing traits favoring musicality.

Two basic kinds of coupling can be seen in brainwave activity: 1) the phase of the slower frequency modulates the faster frequency, and (2) the phase coupling between two overlapping frequencies occurs when one frequency is a harmonic multiple of the other.

and changes quickly in response to sensory, motor, and cognitive events, and. Contents BOOK I: Origins Serendipity 6 Origins 53 Neurons Chemistry Brain The Perceptive Animal The Thinking Animal The Emotional Animal. Help Design Your New ACM Digital LibraryCited by: The book is pages long and that supposed proclamation does not exist.

“The number 5 designated the universal quintessence, and Symbolized, by its form the vital essence, the animating spirit which flows [serpentat] through all nature.” p. Morals and Dogma. I can’t find any mention of the number 5 as the five senses nor the Author: Voidisyinyang.

Neurology ( Note: The version of this page has been made more rigorous and turned into a 85 page neurological paper with about references that has been uploaded to original webpage was written in The book Natural Cognitive Theology written in contains an appendix with 70 pages of recent neurological evidence.

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An apparatus and method is presented for promoting movements of a subject in synergic timed correlation with physiological activity.

The apparatus includes a synergic programs module that directs the movements in a temporally varying fashion. The synergic programs module causes generation of at least one signal, stimulus, or force, where the movements are performed in Cited by: Wrote book combining Penfields work and studies of human behavior, thus connecting biological function with the function of the mind.

- They noted brain placidity that the brain of a child could regain some function after damage as in theory other bits took over for the missing bit.allows them to fit a square peg into a square hole.

They can also start to use very simple coupling mechanisms like magnets, large hooks, and hook-and-loop or touch fasteners. Representational and symbolic thinking emerges during this timeframe, and children understand that some toys represent other objects.