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"Music, rhythm, and movement: Why we fill the silence?"

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Jessica Grahn’s research covers music neuroscience, rhythm perception and production, and structural and functional brain plasticity. The Peterhouse Theory Group is an interdiscplinary seminar, drawing its audience from across university departments, including Literature, Anthropology, History, Theology, Neuroscience and Politics. Anyone is welcome to attend.

This talk is part of the Peterhouse Theory Group series.

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