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Body Movement Selectively Shapes the Neural Representation of Musical Rhythms.

Bibliographic reference Chemin, Baptiste ; Mouraux, André ; Nozaradan, Sylvie. Body Movement Selectively Shapes the Neural Representation of Musical Rhythms.. In: Psychological Science, Vol. 25, no.12, p. 2147-59 (2014)
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