Studies of classical musicians have demonstrated that expertise modulates neural responses during auditory perception. However, it remains unclear whether such expertise-dependent plasticity is modulated by the instrument that a musician plays. To examine whether the recruitment of sensorimotor regions during music perception is modulated by instrument-specific experience, we investigated non-classical musicians – beatboxers, who predominantly use their vocal apparatus to produce sound, and g...Expand abstract
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Beatboxers and guitarists engage sensorimotor regions selectively when listening to the instruments they can play
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