Symposium in Neurosciences and Music

Chair: Prof. Stefan Koelsch

A vast variety of recent neuroscientific data indicate that although music listening or music making is often characterized as byproduct of our culture, it is actually well-grounded in the function and structure of our brains. The aim of this symposium is to present the state of the art of neuroscientific research regarding the effects of music listening or making on the brain. Additionally, approaches that highlight the applicability of music making in salutary interventions will be introduced and thoroughly discussed.  

Confirmed Speakers:

Prof. Simone Dalla Bella
Gait rehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease via musical rhythm: How to improve it (https://doi.org/10.3389/conf.fnhum.2016.220.00042)

Prof. Georgios Papadelis
Music-based rehabilitation in cochlear implant users: Insights from brain-plasticity research (https://doi.org/10.3389/conf.fnhum.2016.220.00041)

Dr. Clément François
Musical practice and training facilitate statistical learning of linguistic structures (https://doi.org/10.3389/conf.fnhum.2016.220.00040)

Dr. Evangelos Paraskevopoulos
Musical training is related to altered functional connectivity during statistical learning: an MEG study (https://doi.org/10.3389/conf.fnhum.2016.220.00120)


Programme is announced!!!
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Abstract Submission

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Title: 500 Chars
Abstract: 1000 Words
References: 10000 Chars

Important Dates

Abstract Deadline (Extended) July 10th, 2016
Paper Acceptance July 20th, 2016
Final Abstract Uploading July 30th, 2016
Early Registration Deadline August 5th, 2016

Presentation instructions

Oral presentation
20 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions

Poster presentation
Dimensions: 90cm x 120cm

 

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