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MusicPlast

A research project to investigate music perception and neuroplasticity

Music is a powerfull neuroplastic stimulator. Our brains experience strong emotions when listening to music and re-organize when learning to read or play music. Does this effect change throughout the lifetime? May it be used for therapeutic purposes?

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About

MusicPlast is a research project hosted by the laboratory of Medical Physics of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki...

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MusicPlast has an open call for participants. Having completed the development of the web-based game...

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Preliminary results

So far, 8 elderlies have been trained with MusicPlast and our preliminary results are very encouraging! The comparison of...

Goals

The project's focus is threefold:

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Multisensory Perception

Understanding and modeling of the developmental trajectories of brain networks underpinning multisensory perception

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Multisensory Plasticity

Understanding and modeling of the developmental trajectories of brain networks underpinning multisensory plasticity

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Translating neuroplastic changes into therapeutic interventions

Translating the neuroplastic effects of web-based multisensory training into therapeutic interventions

Publications

Current scientific publications related to the project include:

Paraskevopoulos, E., Chalas, N., Karagiorgis, A., Karagianni, M., Papadelis, G., Bamidis, P. Multisensory training for protective neuroplastic changes in the elderlies: MusicPlast. Poster presented at the 3rd International Conference on Medical Education Informatics – MEI 2018. September 6-7, Leeds, UK

MusicPlast progress

Progress of the overall project

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Subject recruitment

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CONTACT FORM

If you would like to know more, or if you would like to participate, you may use the following contact form to comunicate with the MusicPlast research team.

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Contacts

Email: musicplast@gmail.com