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A domain-general perspective on the role of the basal ganglia in language and music: Benefits of music therapy for the treatment of aphasia.
Brain and Language ( IF 2.339 ) Pub Date : 2020-05-19 , DOI: 10.1016/j.bandl.2020.104811
Edward Ruoyang Shi,Qing Zhang

In addition to cortical lesions, mounting evidence on the links between language and the subcortical regions suggests that subcortical lesions may also lead to the emergence of aphasic symptoms. In this paper, by emphasizing the domain-general function of the basal ganglia in both language and music, we highlight that rhythm processing, the function of temporal prediction, motor programming and execution, is an important shared mechanism underlying the treatment of non-fluent aphasia with music therapy. In support of this, we conduct a literature review on the music therapy treating aphasia. The results show that rhythm processing plays a key role in Melodic Intonation Therapy in the rehabilitation of non-fluent aphasia patients with lesions on the basal ganglia. This paper strengthens the correlation between the basal ganglia lesions and language deficits, and provides support to the direction of taking advantage of rhythm as an important point in music therapy in clinical studies.
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