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 New,The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Brain

  • Editor: Hodges, Donald
  • Editor: Thaut, Michael H.

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Contents

  • Section I. Introduction
  • 1 Michael H. Thaut and Donald A. Hodges: The Neuroscientific Study of Music: A New Discipline
  • Section II. Music, the Brain, and Cultural Contexts
  • 2 Michael H. Thaut and Donald A. Hodges: Music through the Lens of Cultural Neuroscience
  • 3 Steve J. Morrison, Steven M. Demorest, and Marcus T. Pearce: Cultural Distance: A computational approach to exploring cultural influences on music cognition
  • 4 Bjorn Merker: When extravagance impresses: Recasting esthetics in evolutionary terms
  • Section III. Music processing in The Human Brain
  • 5 Thenille Braun Janzen and Michael H. Thaut: Cerebral Organization of Music Processing
  • 6 Robin W. Wilkins: Network Neuroscience: An Introduction to Graph Theory Network-Based Techniques for Music and Brain Imaging Research
  • 7 Mike Schutz: Acoustic structure and musical function: Musical notes informing auditory research
  • 8 Christina M Vanden Bosch der Nederlanden, Eric T. Taylor, and Jessica A. Grahn: Neural Basis of Rhythm Perception
  • 9 Stefan Koelsch: Neural Basis of Music Perception: Pitch, Harmony, and Timbre
  • 10 Frank Russo: Multisensory Processing in Music
  • Section IV. Neural Responses to Music: Cognition, Affect, Language
  • 11 Lutz Jancke: Music and Memory
  • 12 Psyche Loui and Rachel Guetta: Music and attention, executive function, and creativity
  • 13 Patrik N. Juslin and Laura S. Sakka: Neural Correlates of Music and Emotion
  • 14 Yuko Koshimori: Neurochemical Responses to Music
  • 15 Elvira Brattico: The neuroaesthetics of music: A research agenda coming of age
  • 16 Daniele Schon and Benjamin Morillon: Music and Language
  • Section V. Musicianship and Brain Function
  • 17 Virginia B. Penhune: Musical Expertise and Brain Structure: The causes and consequences of training
  • 18 Irma Jarvela: Genomics approaches for studying musical aptitude and related traits
  • 19 Eckart Altenmuller, Shinichi Furuya, Daniel S. Scholz, and Christos I. Ioannou: Brain Research in Music Performance
  • 20 Aaron Berkowitz and Michael G. Erkkinen: Brain Research in Music Improvisation
  • 21 Timothy L. Hubbard: Neural mechanisms of musical imagery
  • 22 Vesa Putkinen and Mari Tervaniemi: Neuroplasticity in Music Learning
  • Section VI. Development al Issues in Music and the Brain
  • 23 Anthony Brandt, L. Robert Slevc, and Molly Gebrian: The Role of Musical Development in Early Language Acquisition
  • 24 Laurel J Trainor and Susan Marsh-Rollo: Rhythm, Meter, and Timing: The heartbeat of musical development
  • 25 L. Ferreri, A. Moussard, E. Bigand, and B. Tillmann: Music and the Aging Brain
  • 26 Swathi Swaminathan and E. Glenn Schellenberg: Music Training and Cognitive Abilities: Associations, Causes, and Consequences
  • 27 Adam Ockelford: The Neuroscience of Children on the Autism Spectrum with Exceptional Musical Abilities
  • Section VII. Music, the Brain, and Health
  • 28 Corene Thaut and Klaus Martin Stephan: Music and Sensorimotor Functions
  • 29 Yune Lee, Corene Thaut, and Charlene Santoni: Music-Induced Speech and Language Rehabilitation
  • 30 Shantala Hegde: Neurologic Music Therapy to target Cognitive and Affective Functions
  • 31 Isabelle Royal, Sebastien Paquette, and Pauline Tranchant: Musical Disorders
  • 32 David Peterson: When blue turns to grey: the enigma of musician's dystonia
  • Section VII. The Future
  • 33 Michael H. Thaut and Donald A. Hodges: New Horizons for Brain Research in Music