Conferencia “It’s about Time – in the Human Brain: behavioural, neuropsychological and neuroimaging findings” por Manon Grube (Resumen)

En el marco del Taller Science Art & Cognition 2018, la PhD Manon Grube (Center for Music in the Brain, Aarhus Univ. Denmark ) , dará la conferencia titulada “It’s about Time – in the Human Brain: behavioural, neuropsychological and neuroimaging findings” el jueves 27 de septiembre.

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Abstract

It’s about Time – in the Human Brain: behavioural, neuropsychological and neuroimaging findings

Rhythm and timing are critical to music and speech, and the perception of rhythm and time is a most fascinating field to study to me. My research tackles mechanisms of perceptual timing, phenomenally and neurally, and in terms of their relevance. In my talk I will present an overview on my work on rhythm perception, integrating studies in neurological patients, healthy adults and children. I will first introduce the apparent distinction between beat-based and duration-based timing  (patients, TMS, fMRI). From there, I move on to advocate a tight yoking between the two, by discussing their links to language skill during adolescent development, as well as observations from non-beat based predictive timing. As a finishing note I will come back to beat-based rhythm processing, and present unpublished and on-going work on the neural correlates in the EEG.

 

Image: https://pixabay.com/en/time-clock-watches-time-of-2798570/

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