Rhythm and movement: two sides of the same coin? An fNIRS study of a rhythmic and harmonic motor training.

  1. Sabrina Brigadoi

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Rhythm is a core musical element strictly interconnected with movement. Rhythmic music-therapy techniques exploit rhythmic auditory cues as a tool to improve motor functions in patients with motor disorders. Functional Near-InfraRed Spectroscopy (fNIRS) is a promising, non-invasive, and portable optical neuroimaging technique that can be used to monitor brain activity in tasks involving participan...


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