Do, Re, Mi, and EEG: An Analysis of Imagined and Performed Musical Settings
The study of brain connectivity in the neuroscience of music has been increasing in recent years. In this project, created and carried out a pilot study to investigate EEG-based brain connectivity assessed through Partial Directed Coherence in three distinct musical settings (imagined, strict, and improvised).
KeywordsMusic Brain connectivity Partial directed coherence Musical improvisation Creativity EEG
Gaxiola-Tirado thanks Dania Gutiérrez (https://gutierrezruiz.com/) and CINVESTAV for the opportunity to participate in the conference Doctoral/Postdoctoral consortium. A. Colverson also thanks the Doctoral/Postdoctoral consortium for the opportunity to participate, the staff of the University of Florida’s School of Music, and Dr. John Williamson, for his continued advice and guidance.