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WORKSHOP ON INTERVENTIONS

Music listening and music making in the treatment of neurological
and psychiatric disorders as well as developmental impairments

Theoretical and practical considerations: neuromusic interventions for stroke motor recovery
Joyce Chen
NIENTE?

Cueing or not cueing in Parkinson's disease
Simone Dalla Bella

Music to speech entrainment
Daniele Schön

From Intuition to Intervention: Developing an Intonation-Based Treatment for Autism
Karen Chenausky


SYMPOSIUM
by the Local Organizing Committee
Boston Music Science Research
Moderator:  Lisa M. Wong

Can white matter integrity in infancy predict musical aptitude in preschool?
Nadine Gaab

Relationships between Early Literacy and Non-Linguistic Rhythmic Processes in Kindergarten Children
Aniruddh Patel

Jazz Improvisation as a Model of Creativity: A Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Study
Psyche Loui

Musical function modification through the use of noninvasive Brain Stimulation
Gottfried Schlaug

Effects of a music therapy intervention for individuals with dementia and their family caregivers
Suzanne B. Hanser


KEYNOTE LECTURE
ADDING MUSIC TO THE BRAIN: STUDIES OF AUDITORY CORTEX IN PRIMATES
Josef P. Rauschecker
PDF

SYMPOSIUM 1
TRACKING THE INFLUENCE OF MUSIC TRAINING ON SPEECH PROCESSING, LANGUAGE LEARNING, AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS
Chairs: Jennifer Bugos and Stefan Elmer

Neural similarities in voice and music processing
Pascal Belin

Music training, speech processing, and word learning: from local changes toward a network perspective.
Stefan Elmer

Music and language: two sides of one coin
Lutz Jäncke

Community of Voices on health and well-being
Julene Johnson

The effects of drumming on working memory in older adults
Franziska Degé

Group piano training on executive functions and psychosocial outcomes in older adults
Jennifer Bugos
PDF


SYMPOSIUM 2
AUDITORY SHORT-TERM MEMORY IN HEALTHY AND PATHOLOGICAL BRAINS
Chairs: Barbara Tillmann and Anne Caclin

Short-­term memory for tones and time intervals
Timothy D Griffiths

Investigating Auditory Short-­Term Memory with the SAN
Christine Lefebvre

Musical and verbal short-­term memory: insights from musical and neurological disorders
Anne Caclin & Barbara Tillmann

Behavioral training and information-­based non-­invasive stimulation as rehabilitation tools for impaired auditory working memory
Philippe Albouy

 

SYMPOSIUM 3
PREDICTIVE PROCESSING IN MUSIC AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE FOR HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT

Chair: Robert Zatorre

Musical predictions and their impairment in children with atypical development
Stefan Koelsch
PDF

The Healthy Groove: When predictive coding, rhythmic complexity and pleasure come together
Peter Vuust
PDF

Statistical Learning and Probabilistic Prediction in Musical Enculturation and Perception
Marcus Pearce
CONSENT?

Predictive coding – a mechanism for temporal binding in multisensory perception
Uta Noppeney



SYMPOSIUM 4
BORN TO BE MUSICAL: WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM STUDYING MUSICAL PRODIGIES
Chair: Isabelle Peretz

What underlies exceptional skill in music
David, Z. Hambrick

The brains of musical prodigies: predictions
Ellen Winner

Genetic influences on musical expertise
Miriam A. Mosing
PDF

SYMPOSIUM 5
RHYTHM AND OPTIMAL DEVELOPMENT: TRANSLATION OF BASIC RESEARCH TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS
Chairs: Laurel Trainor and Devin McAuley

Developmental trajectories for musical rhythm perception
Erin Hannon

Rhythm, synchronization and early social development
Laura Cirelli

Rhythm in social communication: Evidence from typically-developing infants and toddlers and implications for children with autism
Miriam D. Lense

Auditory rhythmic deficits in Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)
Laurel J. Trainor

The contribution of rhythm to grammar skills in children: Lessons from typical development and language impairment
Reyna L. Gordon

Rhythm perception as a core deficit in developmental stuttering: Toward the development of novel rhythm-based interventions
J. Devin McAuley


SYMPOSIUM 6
VERY EARLY MUSICAL INTERVENTIONS TO SUPPORT INFANT DEVELOPMENT - EVIDENCE FROM BRAIN AND LANGUAGE SKILLS
Chair: Mari Tervaniemi

Very early musical interventions have their basis in fetal and infant musical processing skills
Mari Tervaniemi

First Sounds Rhythm Breath Lullaby - An International NICU Music Therapy Training Model
Joanne Loewy

Music listening intervention to infants born to dyslexic parents
Paula Virtala

Multisensory musical intervention in prematurely born infants during kangaroo care
Eino Partanen
PDF


SYMPOSIUM 7
ON THE BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF MUSICALITY
Chair: Henkjan Honing

Introduction to musicality as a research topic
Henkjan Honing

Monkeys tapping to an isochronous metronome: Behavioral properties and population neural dynamics.
Hugo Merchant

The evolution of rhythm between biology and culture.
Andrea Ravignani

Genomics approaches to study music perception and practice.
Irma Järvelä

 

SYMPOSIUM 8
TOWARDS EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE OF MUSIC INTERVENTIONS IN STROKE REHABILITATION: FEASIBILITY, EFFICACY, AND NEURAL MECHANISMS
Chairs: Antoni Rodríguez-Fornells and Teppo Särkämö

Vocal vs. instrumental music listening in the neurorehabilitation of acute stroke
Teppo Särkämö
NIENTE?

The MELLO trial: Mindful music listening, cognition and mood after ischemic stroke
Satu Baylan

Characterizing neural plasticity in sensorimotor functions after music-making for upper-extremity rehabilitation in chronic stroke
Takako Fujioka

Music-Supported Therapy in the neurorehabilitation of motor deficits after acute stroke
Antoni Rodríguez-Fornells

SYMPOSIUM 9
PERSPECTIVES ON THE EXTRA-MUSICAL BENEFITS OF MUSIC TRAINING ACROSS THE LIFESPAN: CONVERGENT EVIDENCE AND LINGERING QUESTIONS
Chairs: Frank Russo and Assal Habibi

Neural correlates of cognitive and emotional development in children engaged in music training
Assal Habibi

SIMPHONY: Studying the impact music practice has on neurodevelopment in youth
John A. Iversen

Musical training and adolescent brain development
Vesa Putkinen

Music training and bilingualism: Connections and disconnections
Travis White-Schwoch and Nina Kraus

Promoting healthy aging: The role of music training and bilingualism
Claude Alain

Benefits of music training in older adults with age-related hearing loss
Frank A. Russo


SYMPOSIUM 10
INTERPERSONAL, INTER-BRAIN COORDINATION AMONG MUSICIANS 
Chair: Caroline Palmer

Oscillatory Correlates of Interpersonal Action Coordination During Music Performance
Viktor Müller

Correlational and causal relations between inter-brain and interpersonal synchronization in musical joint action
Giacomo Novembre


Neural correlates of interpersonal synchrony during duet piano performance
Caroline Palmer
NIENTE?

Empathy of the Musical Brain in Musicians Playing in Ensemble
Claudio Babiloni


SYMPOSIUM 11
BUILDING THE AUDIO-MOTOR BRAIN: FROM MOVEMENTS TO MULTISENSORY INTEGRATION
Chair: Floris van Vugt

Learning novel sensorimotor maps
Floris T. van Vugt

Metaplasticity of sensory-motor integration in musicians
Shinichi Furuya

Enhancement of the emotional response to music during spontaneous dance
Nicolò F. Bernardi

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Insert your USERNAME and PASSWORD in the box on the top right side of the Home Page and click LOGIN.
Then, click on "Courses" and on "New enrolments". The next page will show the link to the enrolment in "The Neurosciences and Music - VI".

Please note that you have to pay the fee within 5 days, by credit card or bank transfer (see Enrolment fees).
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Thanks to the partnership with Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Berklee College of Music, and BEMF - Boston Early Music Festival, an eclectic and entertaining social program will complement the scientific sessions.

THURSDAY, 15 JUNE – SIMMONS COLLEGE
Let’s start!
Welcome Event
Music by Thanya Iyer & Friends
The Fens & Common Grounds (300 The Fenway Boston, MA) / 7-9 p.m.

FRIDAY, 16 JUNE – BOSTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL
From the prestigious Boston Early Music Festival – BEMF two attractive proposals with 10% discount for NMVI Conference attendees:
OPERA – Le Carnaval de Venise, a rarely performed work by A. CAMPRA
Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre (219 Tremont Street, Boston, MA) / 7 p.m. 
SEE DETAILS
CONCERT – Kristian Bezuidenhout, fortepiano & Rachel Podger, Baroque violin
Mozart Sonatas for Fortepiano and Violin
New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall (30 Gainsborough Street, Boston, MA) / 8 p.m. 
SEE DETAILS

Discounted tickets are available in all price categories, and Conference attendees can order tickets on line until the day of the opera/concert, according to availability. Please note that tickets purchased at the door (at the Box Offices for each venue on June 16), cannot be discounted.
Note: The Mariani Foundation is only facilitating the promotion and booking process.
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Further information on BEMF Program:  Flyer  –  Website

SATURDAY, 17 JUNE – with many thanks to BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC
Playing and singing together!!!
Jam Session open to all participants
Berklee College of Music (7 Haviland Street, Boston) / 7-8 p.m.
In several rooms, participants can perform in the instrumental and vocal sessions and may also attend an open musical experience. For signing up please contact Mark Fuller at Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.  
Reception open to participants / 8-9.30 p.m.
Second floor of the cafeteria at 162 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston

The Mariani Foundation announces the opening of 10 Volunteers' positions for the "Neurosciences and Music - VI" conference in Boston.

Eligibility: applicants are required to fill in and submit the online  VOLUNTEER APPLICATION FORM

Applications will be assessed by the Mariani Foundation in agreement with the Scientific Secretariat of the conference.
Qualification of applicants should include student status, IT skills, previous volunteering in conference settings.

Provisions: volunteering covers complimentary enrolment in the Conference (participation in the scientific sessions, common meals and social program)

Tasks: cooperation with Mariani Foundation staff in logistical needs such as assistance with preparation of materials, registration desk, access control, technical support, preparation of conference material and poster set-up.
Volunteers are requested to be present at the conference site from the afternoon of 14 June 2017 for briefing and preparation.

Application deadline
The application form must be submitted by 14 March 2017.

Applicants who have not been obtained scholarships and who now apply for volunteering will still be able to enrol in the conference with the Early Bird fee within two weeks from the communication of the results, if they are not included in the volunteer list.

DEADLINE EXPIRED! - Applicants will be informed about results around the middle of February

The Mariani Foundation announces the availability of scholarships for the "Neurosciences and Music - VI" conference in Boston.

Eligibility:
- Applicants are required to fill in and submit the online SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM
- Applicants are invited to send a poster (please enclose the poster title in the form. Poster submission form will be available online until February 15th, 2017 in the relevant section) 

Preference will be given to:
- Applicants presenting a poster
- Junior scientists coming from developing countries

Provisions:
  scholarship covers free enrolment in the Conference (participation in the scientific sessions, Conference proceedings, common meals and social program);

Application deadline
The application form must be submitted by January 31st 2017.

Please consider that anyway applicants who will not win the scholarship, will be able to enrol into the conference with the Early Bird fee .

 

Contacts
Fondazione Pierfranco e Luisa Mariani
Tel: +39 02 795458 - Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.  

The staff of the Mariani Foundation is on site available for Speakers and Participants from June 14 to June 18.

Local mobile telephones (USA):
• +1 858 705 9397
• +1 858 722 9984
Italian mobile telephone:
• +39 340 6454612

Venues
- Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School
Workshops - Keynote Lecture - Symposia - Poster Sessions - Lunches
77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston MA 02115
Directions

- Simmons College / Academic Campus
Welcome Reception
300 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115
Directions

- Berklee College of Music
Jam Session
7 Haviland Street, Boston, MA 02115
Reception
Second floor of the cafeteria @162 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
Directions

Audience and official language
The Conference is intended for professionals involved in the study of the relations between neurosciences, music and development. The Conference is held in English.

Registration of participants at the conference
Martin Conference Center
June 15, 12-13 pm

Certificates
The certificate of participation in the Conference will be published online on your personal account after the end of the Conference.

Changes
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to modify the program according to scientific or organizational considerations.

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