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Description: With this project, we aim to unravel whether sensorimotor synchronization performance, a key component of musical capability, is related to individual differences in structural brain developmental patterns of motor and affective networks. This may be indicative of sensitive windows in brain development, where musical training affects brain developmental trajectories to a larger extend. Last, we test to what extent the association between sensorimotor synchronization and brain development is environmentally or genetically driven, using a longitudinal twin sample aged between 7 and 13-year old.


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