EFECTO DE LA MÚSICA SOBRE ASPECTOS COGNOSCITIVOS Y METABÓLICOS: IMPLICACIONES MÉDICAS Y PSICOLÓGICAS

  • Cesar Quintero Moreno
  • Andrés Cuspoca Orduz
  • Jonathan Siabato Barrios

Resumen

La música juega un papel importante sobre el desarrollo de diferentes actividades cerebrales; como lo son la comunicación, interacción, memoria, emoción, razonamiento; así como la actividad sensorial y motora. Sin dejar de lado la regulación sobre efectos periféricos como metabolismo y percepción del dolor. Los estímulos musicales pueden ser utilizados como herramienta en la práctica médica por el fuerte impacto que puede llegar a tener en el individuo, gracias a los efectos que tiene sobre la corteza auditiva y la extensa conexión de esta con otras regiones del cerebro. Estos estímulos musicales son una herramienta de gran utilidad en diversos campos, como la medicina, psicología y neurología. La musicoterapia por su labor multifacética y múltiples ventajas, se perfila de manera significativa como una disciplina que apotra recursos muy accesibles y útiles en la práctica clínica.

Palabras Clave: Música, Electroencefalografia, Emoción expresada, musicoterapia.

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