La música de Beethoven en la investigación fisiológica del electrocardiograma a la imagen por resonancia magnética

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Miriam Albusac Jorge

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La percepción musical produce cambios fisiológicos en los sistemas nerviosos central, autónomo y somático, que pueden verse reflejados en alteraciones del flujo sanguíneo y eléctrico a nivel cerebral, en conjunción con modificaciones de las respuestas cardiovasculares, respiratorias, térmicas, musculares o electrodérmicas, entre otras. La ciencia actual proporciona las herramientas precisas que permiten medir estas variables, ofreciendo un marco único para estudiar la influencia de la música en el ser humano. En este trabajo se analizan las investigaciones que han utilizado la música L. V. Beethoven como estímulo para registrar la actividad biológica humana.

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Albusac Jorge, M. (2020). La música de Beethoven en la investigación fisiológica: del electrocardiograma a la imagen por resonancia magnética . Cuadernos De Investigación Musical, (11), 216-244. https://doi.org/10.18239/invesmusic.2020.11.11
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Miriam Albusac Jorge, Universidad de Jaén

Departamento de Didáctica de la Expresión Musical, Plástica y Corporal, Universidad de Jaén

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