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Friday October 09th, 2015
14:30 - 16:00 Einstein Auditorium - Niv. 0
Music and the brain: Parkinson
Chairs: Pierre-Alain JOSEPH, Daniele SCHÖN, Mahmoud CHARIF
Music, and rhythm in particular, are very powerful in activating the motor system. The effects of music on motor activity are examined in this Session considering the example of Parkinson's disease. Music- and rhythm-based interventions aimed at improving motor control in patients suffering from Parkinsons' disease are presented.
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Prof A. NIEUWBOER
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Ms C. DAUVERGNE, Mr V. BEGEL
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