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Differences between musicians and non-musicians in neuro-affective processing of sadness and fear expressed in music

Авторы:

Park M. Gutyrchik E. Bao Y. Zaytseva Y., Carl P., Welker L., Pöppel E., Reiser M., Blautzik J., Meindl T.

Издание:

Neuroscience Letters

Год издания:

2014

Номер:

Vol. 26

Страницы:

120-124

Язык:

English

Аннотация:

Music is known to convey and evoke emotional states. Musical training has been argued to lead to changes in neural architecture and enhanced processing of emotions. It is not clear, however, whether musical training is also associated with changes in behavioral and neural responses to musically conveyed discrete emotions. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we investigated the responses to three musically conveyed emotions (happiness, sadness, fear) in a group of musicians and a group of non-musicians. We find that musicians rate sadness and fear as significantly more arousing than non-musicians, and that musical training is associated with specific neural activations: In response to sadness expressed in music, musicians show activation increases in the right prefrontal cortex, specifically in the superior and middle frontal gyri. In response to fear, musicians show activation increases in the right parietal cortex, specifically in the supramarginal and inferior parietal gyri.

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Администратор М.М.В. 2014-11-13

Ключевые слова:

Basic emotions, Fear, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Music perception, Musical training

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