Musical Rhythm and Movement Coordination from the Perspective of Ecocognitive Neuroscience

Xiaoyan Yang

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 445-449


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In order to study the relationship between music rhythm and movement coordination based on Ecocognitive Neuroscience, four groups of experiments are performed to test the time of the button neural response and movement coordination. Through the above experiments, it can be seen that musicians have better hands coordination, which shows that music rhythm training based on Ecocognitive Neuroscience can effectively improve the coordination of movements.


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