The implication of prefrontal cortex in musical pleasure : an fNIRS exploratory study

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Category: Communication

Description: Poster presented at the BCEM online conference ( on May 20, 2020. Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID : 779 9684 3785 Password : 7QsZ3y


Listening to music represents one of the most pleasurable experiences in human life. At a neural level, such specifically human abstract reward has been shown to strongly modulate the activity of the dopaminergic mesolimbic system. Although several studies highlighted the role of fronto-striatal pathways in musical-evoked pleasure, the implication of prefrontal cortex (PFC) in this network remain...


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