Reproducible neuroscience with real tango

IMAGE: Listening to music in more realistic lab settings activates widespread brain areas involved in cognition, movement control, and emotion. The replication of previous findings validates naturalistic approaches in neuroscience to… view more Most neuroscientific studies rely on a single experiment and assume their findings to be reliable. However, the validity of this assumption needs to be tested before accepting the findings as the ground truth. Indeed, the lack of replication studies in addition to the inconsistency of neuroimaging findings severely limits the advancement of knowledge in the field of neuroscience, all of which has recently become a hot topic within the neuroscientific community. Concerned about this state of affairs, researchers at the Finnish Centre for Interdisciplinary Music Research (CIMR), University of Jyväskylä, in Finland, and from Aarhus University, in Denmark,…


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