Preface
Part I: Ethology/Evolution—Do Animals Have Music or Something Else?: Introduction
Comments on Music, Ethology, and Evolution
Probing the Evolutionary Origins of Music Perception
The Conformal Motive in Birdsong, Music, and Language: An Introduction
The Evolution of Music in Comparative Perspective
Neuronal Mechanisms Underlying the Perception of Pitch and Harmony
Tonality and Nonlinear Resonance
Part II: Language and Music—A Comparison. Introduction
The Relationship of Music to the Melody of Speech and to Syntactic Processing Disorders in Aphasia
Musical and Linguistic Processing in Song Perception
Neural Correlates of Rapid Spectrotemporal Processing in Musicians and Nonmusicians
Spectral and Temporal Processing in the Human Auditory Cortex—Revisited
Influence of Musical Training on Pitch Processing: Event-Related Brain Potential Studies of Adults and Children
Part III: Mental Representations of Music—Combining Behavioral and Neuroscience Tools. Introduction
Implicit Investigations of Tonal Knowledge in Nonmusician Listeners
Brain Networks That Track Musical Structure
Neural Encoding and Retrieval of Sound Sequences
Functional Neuroimaging of Semantic and Episodic Musical Memory
Neurophysiology and Neuroanatomy of Pitch Perception: Auditory Cortex
Aspects of Multisensory Perception: The Integration of Visual and Auditory Information in Musical Experiences
A Network for Sensory-Motor Integration: What Happens in the Auditory Cortex during Piano Playing without Acoustic Feedback?
The Power of Listening: Auditory-Motor Interactions in Musical Training
The Mental Space of Pitch Heighta
Part IV: Developmental and Applied Perspectives on Music. Introduction
Music Listening and Cognitive Abilities in 10- and 11-Year-Olds: The Blur Effect
Examining Rhythm and Melody Processing in Young Children Using fMRI
Effects of Music Training on the Child's Brain and Cognitive Development
Investigating the Relationship of Music and Language in Children: Influences of Musical Training and Language Impairment
Temporal Entrainment of Cognitive Functions: Musical Mnemonics Induce Brain Plasticity and Oscillatory Synchrony in Neural Networks Underlying Memory
Quantifying Tone Deafness in the General Population
Does Music Instruction Improve Fine Motor Abilities?
The Effect of Early Musical Training on Adult Motor Performance: Evidence for a Sensitive Period in Motor Learning
Music Therapy: The Long Way to Evidence-Based Methods—Pending Issues and Perspectives. Introduction
Scientific Perspectives on Music Therapy
Outcome Research in Music Therapy: A Step on the Long Road to an Evidence-Based Treatment
Music Therapy Research in Ibero-American Countries: An Overview Focused on Assessment and Clinical Evaluation
The Future of Music in Therapy and Medicine
Part V: The Neurology of Music. Introduction
Musical Difficulties Are Rare: A Study of "Tone Deafness" among University Students
Musical Behavior in a Neurogenetic Developmental Disorder: Evidence from Williams Syndrome
Changing the Brain through Therapy for Musicians' Hand Dystonia
Music to Electric Ears: Pitch and Timbre Perception by Cochlear Implant Patients
Part VI: Music Performance. Introduction
Enhanced P1-N1 Auditory Evoked Potential in Patients with Musicians' Cramp
Time Course of Retrieval and Movement Preparation in Music Performance
Neural Control of Rhythmic Sequences
A Neurocognitive Approach to Music Reading
Structural, Functional, and Perceptual Differences in Heschl's Gyrus and Musical Instrument Preference
Differences in Gray Matter between Musicians and Nonmusicians
Tapping in Synchrony to Auditory Rhythms: Effect of Temporal Structure on Behavior and Neural Activity
Neural Substrates Governing Audiovocal Integration for Vocal Pitch Regulation in Singing
Part VII: Music and the Emotional Brain. Introduction
Investigating Emotion with Music: Neuroscientific Approaches
Effects of Prior Exposure on Music Liking and Recognition in Patients with Temporal Lobe Lesions
The Time Course of Emotional Responses to Music
Remember Bach: An Investigation in Episodic Memory for Music
Key Processing Precedes Emotional Categorization of Western Music
How Does Music Arouse "Chills"? Investigating Strong Emotions, Combining Psychological, Physiological, and Psychoacoustical Methods
Emotion Processing of Major, Minor, and Dissonant Chords: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study
Left Auditory Cortex Specialization for Vertical Harmonic Structure of Chords
Emotional Processing of Harmonic Expectancy Violations
Dimensions of Emotion in Expressive Musical Performance
Complete List of Poster Papers Presented at the Conference