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Neurophysiological and behavioral responses to music therapy in vegetative and minimally conscious states

Neurophysiological and behavioral responses to music therapy in vegetative and minimally conscious states

In his study Julian O'Kelly found that music therapy can elicit physical reactions in some vegetative state patients and could provide an additional tool to clinicians in the assessment of disorders of consciousness.

Last modified: 29.01.2014

Read about the study at Headway - the brain injury association's homepage

The full study can be downloaded from Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

Julian O'Kelly is a PhD Student at the Doctoral Programme in Music Therapy at Aalborg University. Hi will defend his PhD thesis in the spring 2014. Read more about Julian O'Kelly.