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The classic Sanskrit text Natya Shastra is at the foundation of the numerous classical music and dance of India. Before Natyashastra was finalized, the ancient Indian traditions had classified musical instruments into four groups based on their acoustic principle (how they work, rather than the material they are made of).  These four categories are accepted as given and are four separate chapters in the Natyashastra , one each on stringed instruments (chordophones), hollow instruments (aerophones), solid instruments (idiophones), and covered instruments (membranophones).  Of these, states Rowell, the idiophone in the form of "small bronze cymbals" were used for tala . Almost the entire chapter of Natyashastra on idiophones, by Bharata, is a theoretical treatise on the system of tala .  Time keeping with idiophones was considered a separate function than that of percussion (membranophones), in the early Indian thought on music theory. 
Lurasidone may be useful for treating the cognitive and memory deficits seen in schizophrenia. In animal studies, it reversed dizocilpine -induced learning and memory impairment and was found to be superior in doing this to all of the other antipsychotics examined, including risperidone , olanzapine , quetiapine , clozapine , aripiprazole , and haloperidol .   Lurasidone has activity at several serotonin receptors that are involved in learning and memory, and unlike most other antipsychotics, lacks any anticholinergic effects (which are known to impair cognitive processes and memory).  These properties may underlie its improved effectiveness in treating these symptoms relative to older agents.