EUROPE, BRAIN AND MUSIC: NEW PERSPECTIVES FOR STIMULATING COGNITIVE AND SENSORY PROCESSES

  • Overy, Katie (Principal Investigator)
  • Altenmuller, Eckart (Co-Investigator (External))
  • Bigand, Emmanuel (Co-Investigator (External))
  • Dalla Bella , Simone (Co-Investigator (External))
  • Keller, Peter (Co-Investigator (External))
  • Kotz, Sonja (Co-Investigator (External))
  • Leman, Marc (Co-Investigator (External))
  • Samson, Severine (Co-Investigator (External))
  • Schon, Daniele (Co-Investigator (External))
  • Tilmann, Barbara (Co-Investigator (External))
  • Hong, Sujin (Student)

Project Details

Layman's description

A collaborative project between European researchers investigating the impact of music on the brain. The research projects focused on three key topics 1) the rehabilitation of auditory functions and language deficits, 2) on the benefits of music to more general cognitive functions, such as learning and memory and 3) on timing behaviour and the use of music as a tool for motor rehabilitation.
AcronymEBRAMUS
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/12/0930/11/13

Funding

  • EU government bodies: £4,400.00
  • EU government bodies: £152,407.00