Advances in the Neurocognition of Music and Language
Sammler, Daniela (editor)
Elmer, Stefan (editor)
Neurocomparative music and language research has seen major advances over the past two decades. The goal of this Special Issue on “Advances in the Neurocognition of Music and Language” was to showcase the multiple neural analogies between musical and linguistic information processing, their entwined organization in human perception and cognition, and to infer the applicability of the combined knowledge in pedagogy and therapy. Here, we summarize the main insights provided by the contributions and integrate them into current frameworks of rhythm processing, neuronal entrainment, predictive coding, and cognitive control.
Keywordsstatistical learning; implicit learning; domain generality; information theory; entropy; uncertainty; order; n-gram; Markov model; word segmentation; phonetic language aptitude; intrinsic singing; singing ability; musical aptitude; working memory; implicit prosody; rhythm sensitivity; event related potentials; reading achievement; sensorimotor learning; sequence production; sequence planning; feedback monitoring; EEG; N1; FRN; music performance; music cognition; altered auditory feedback; language disorder; rhythm; prosody; preconceptual meaning; affective vocalizations; action-oriented embodied approach; affect burst; speech prosody; musical expressiveness; speech envelope; neural entrainment; Music training; longitudinal study; children with dyslexia; Mismatch Negativity (MMN); syllables; beat deafness; music; speech; entrainment; sensorimotor synchronization; beat-finding impairment; brain oscillations; Prosody; Phrasing; Perception; Melody; reading; meter; lexical stress; event-related potentials; poetry; melody perception; tonal language; inferior frontal gyrus; priming effect; language; syntax; attention; comprehension; electroencephalography; semantics; speech comprehension; singing; N400; event-related brain potentials (ERPs); functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS); infant; song; ERP; familiarity; recognition; polarity; developmental dyslexia; Iambic/Trochaic Law; rhythmic grouping; musicality; speech perception; rhythm perception
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020