Many of the brain's executive functions decline as we age, but older people can spot a lack of harmony as adeptly as young people
That note sounds wrong! Age-related effects in processing of musical expectation.
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Brain and cognition, ISSN: 1090-2147, Vol: 113, Page: 1-9
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- Psychology; Arts and Humanities; Neuroscience
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