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Neural resources between music and language appear to be shared both in syntactic sequencing and also semantic processing of patterns reﬂecting tension and resolution [11-13], adding support for ﬁndings of linguistic and melodic components of songs being processed in interaction . Similarly there appears to be an overlap between language regions in the brain and so-called mirror neurons, which transfer sensory information of what we perceive by re-enacting them on a motor level. Mediating the inputs across audiovisual modalities, the resulting sensory-motor integrations are represented in a similar form, whether they originate from actions we observe in others, only imagine or actually enact ourselves [15-16].
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