The neuroscience of dance. Brown, S. and Parsons, L. M.
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The article discusses the results of the first brain-scan imaging studies carried out by neuroscientists on dancers to try to learn how the human brain coordinates the complicated sensorimotor processes involved in dance, including the perception of rhythm and movement. Neuroimaging was carried out using positron-emission tomography; results from the various regions of the brain are discussed. INSETS: TANTALIZING TANGO FINDING;BALLET FOR BETTER BALANCE?.
@MISC{Brown2008,
  ABSTRACT = {The article discusses the results of the first brain-scan imaging studies carried out by neuroscientists on dancers to try to learn how the human brain coordinates the complicated sensorimotor processes involved in dance, including the perception of rhythm and movement. Neuroimaging was carried out using positron-emission tomography; results from the various regions of the brain are discussed. INSETS: TANTALIZING TANGO FINDING;BALLET FOR BETTER BALANCE?.},
  AUTHOR = {Brown, Steven and Parsons, Lawrence M.},
  BOOKTITLE = {Scientific American},
  DATE = {2008},
  DOI = {10.1038/scientificamerican0708-78},
  ISSN = {00368733},
  TITLE = {{The neuroscience of dance}},
}
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