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Music, language, and the brain

by Aniruddh D. Patel

  • 117 Want to read
  • 1 Currently reading

Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cognition & cognitive psychology,
  • Psycholinguistics,
  • Cognitive Psychology,
  • Instruction & Study - Appreciation,
  • Neuroscience,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Cognitive Psychology,
  • Psychology,
  • Auditory perception,
  • Music,
  • Physiological aspects,
  • Psychological aspects

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages528
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9622269M
    ISBN 100195123751
    ISBN 109780195123753

    Do Koreans Have an “English Brain”? A Case Study in the Commercialization of Neuroscience Unlocking the Mindware: The Responsibility of Building a Solipsistic Universe in Murakami Haruki’s Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the WorldCited by: 1.   "I moved to Italy when I finished my bachelor of music, and I started to take more linguistic classes and to think about language in the brain, and music in the brain," she says.

      If you’ve taken the time to learn music or to speak another language, you’ve also trained your brain into being more efficient, according to a new study. Researchers at Author: Chelsea Ritschel. In this article, we will discuss brain research findings and explore how music and movement can be used to enhance memory skills and retention and language development. Language Begins Early The ability to speak and hear language begins before birth.

    The book is organized into four sections in addition to the introduction: thought, language, neuroscience, and brain and biology. Some chapters cut across several sections, attesting to the cross-disciplinary nature of the field. A comprehensive account of the neurobiological basis of language, arguing that species-specific brain differences may be at the root of the human capacity for language. Language makes us human. It is an intrinsic part of us, although we seldom think about it. Language is also an extremely complex entity with subcomponents responsible for its phonological, syntactic, and .


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Music, language, and the brain by Aniruddh D. Patel Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Music, Language, and the Brain provides a fascinating synopsis of the current, young state of scientific research in cross-domain language--music comparative study. The book traverses with ease the disciplinary lines of linguistics, music and by: In the first comprehensive Music of the relationship between music and language from the standpoint of cognitive neuroscience, Aniruddh D.

Patel challenges the widespread belief that music and language are processed independently. Since Plato's time, the relationship between music and language has attracted interest and debate from a wide range of thinkers/5(4). An thorough, meticulous, nearly exhaustive review of the research on how the brain processes music and language.

It's a tiring read, free of much one might call "style", but the chapter on Meaning masterfully pulls together the loads /5.

It’s worth noting that Music, Language, and the Brain makes a fine addition to our list of 5 must-read books about language. LISTEN TO THIS InNew Yorker music critic Alex Ross published The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century — a remarkable historical and social context for contemporary music, which went on to become.

13 Neural Mechanisms of Music, Singing, and Dancing Petr Janata and Lawrence M. Parsons 14 Sharing and Nonsharing of Brain Resources for Language and Music Aniruddh D.

Patel 15 Action, Language, and Music: Events in Time and Models of the Brain Michael A. Arbib, Paul F. Verschure, and Uwe Seifert "This book is a fabulous guide to what can sometimes be an inaccessible body of literature.

Although popular books on this subject abound, Patel has provided an up-to-date and authoritative academic treatment Music, Language, and the Brain is an impressive feat of scholarship and comes highly recommended."–Nature Neuroscience.

A presentation of music and language within an integrative, embodied perspective of brain mechanisms for action, emotion, and social coordination.

This book explores the relationships between language, music, and the brain by pursuing four key themes and the crosstalk among them: song and dance as a bridge between music and language; multiple levels of structure. In this multidisciplinary review of academic literature, Abel James incorporates research in neuroscience, linguistics, perception and challenges a wide range of eminent thinkers to uncover the origins of music and explore its profound effects on the human brain.

“The Musical Brain is a technical review of extraordinary breadth/5(23). Music, language, and the brain Item Preview remove-circle cognitive science, music cognition, and neuroscience are drawn to the music-language interface as one way to explore the extent to which different mental abilities are processed by separate brain mechanisms.

This book provides the first synthesis, arguing that music and language Pages: The book looks beyond mere auditory experience, probing the embodiment that links speech to gesture and music to dance.

The study of the brains of monkeys and songbirds illuminates hypotheses on the evolution of brain mechanisms that support music and language, while the study of infants calibrates the developmental timetable of their capacities. The immense positive side of this book is that it understands language and music are two mental activities that are managed by the brain, though I would prefer the mind, and that the two managing devices, if we can reduce the very complex coordination of the necessary mental abilities for both language and music, or for either language or music /5(30).

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Music, Language, and the Brain by Aniruddh D.

Patel; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Auditory perception, Cognitive neuroscience, Language acquisition, Music, Neurobiology, Physiological aspects, Physiological aspects of.

Recently, scientific research on this topic has been growing rapidly, as scholars from diverse disciplines, including linguistics, cognitive science, music cognition, and neuroscience are drawn to the music-language interface as one way to explore the extent to which different mental abilities are processed by separate brain mechanisms.

In his new book The Secret Language of the Heart, Barry shares how every one of us—the musical and nonmusical alike—can harness the power of music to alleviate specific illnesses, reverse negative mindsets and attitudes, dissolve creative blocks and improve overall up by the latest scientific research on the benefits of sound, music, and vibration, this book.

“Music and the Brain” explores how music impacts brain function and human behavior, including by reducing stress, pain and symptoms of depression as well as improving cognitive and motor skills, spatial-temporal learning and neurogenesis, which is the brain’s ability to produce neurons.

"Music, Language, and the Brain provides a fascinating synopsis of the current, young state of scientific research in cross-domain language--music comparative study.

The book traverses with ease the disciplinary lines of linguistics, music and neuroscience. This impressive work of scholarship will serve as a reference on the topics for years to /5(28). A broad-ranging survey of links between music and language, Music, Language, and the Brain centres neural foundations and underlying mechanisms but doesn't narrowly focus on them.

Patel is himself a neuroscientist, but one who understands that. The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Brain is a compendium of current research on music in the human brain.

An international roster of 54 authors from 13 countries have written overwords that are organized into 33 chapters. Major themes include Music, the Brain, and Cultural Contexts; Music Processing in The Human Brain; Neural Responses to Music. Through music we can learn much about our human origins and the human brain.

Music is a potential method of therapy and a means of accessing and stimulating specific cerebral circuits. There is also an association between musical creativity and psychopathology.

This paper provides a brief by: 2. Music and language can thus serve as foils for each other in the study of brain mechanisms underlying complex sound processing, and comparative research Author: Daniele Schön. This book is not about music and the brain.

This book is a boring discourse on evolution and has little to do with our brain and how music affects it. Would better be titled, "Our guess at how music evolved in our brains: An unproven work." 16 people found this helpful.

A new study suggests that learning to play a musical instrument helps improve the brain's ability to process language. That means music lessons could give kids from low-income communities a big boost.Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain is a book by neurologist Oliver Sacks about music and the human brain.

The book was released on Octo and published by Knopf. Four case studies from the book are featured in the NOVA program Musical Minds aired on J 2 Music and the Brain.

Musical : Oliver Sacks.