Fine Arts and Music Collected Works - Research Publications
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Social and applied psychological explorations of music, health, and wellbeing
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
This chapter explores the specific well-being benefits that diverse forms of musical engagement can promote from the particular perspective of the social and applied psychology of music. It surveys recent social-psychological ...
Music's Role in Facilitating the Process of Healing - A Thematic Analysis
(MDPI AG, 2017-09-01)
This qualitative study aims to understand the factors motivating Korean migrants’ participation in weekly Charismatic Prayer Meetings in a Catholic Church. As music plays a crucial role in these meetings, the paper explores ...
The PERMA well-being model and music facilitation practice: Preliminary documentation for well-being through music provision in Australian schools
(SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD, 2017-06-01)
The aim of this study was to consider how we can invest in music-making to promote well- being in school contexts. Web-based data collection was conducted where researchers identified 17 case studies that describe successful ...
Registered music therapists motivations and perceptions of the impact of their practices on the well-being of clients and themselves
(Australian Music Therapy Association, 2016)
Effective Educational Strategies to Promote Life-Long Musical Investment: Perceptions of Educators
(FRONTIERS MEDIA SA, 2018-10-25)
While research has broadly considered the wide-ranging intellectual, social, personal, and physical benefits of active musical participation across the lifespan, there is little research that explores how music educators ...
Thabi returns: the use of digital resources to recirculate and revitalise Thabi songs in the west Pilbara
(Asia-Pacific Linguistics, College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University, 2017)
Efficacy of Parkinsong Groups for improving Communication and Wellbeing in Parkinson's Disease
(World Federation of Music Therapy, 2017)
Communication impairment is one of the most common symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, significantly impacting quality of life (Miller, 2012). Speech characteristics may include a soft, monotone, breathy or hoarse voice ...
Children, knowledge, Country: child and youth-based approaches to revitalising musical traditions in the Kimberley
(Hunter Press, 2017)
Children and young people are often positioned as future beneficiaries of efforts to revitalise language, song and culture. While accounts of dance-song traditions in Australia often include evidence of the participation ...
Learning to perform: From 'gifts' and 'talents' to skills and creative engagement
(Oxford University Press, 2017)
To perform any skilled activity to expert level requires committed and intensely motivated learning. This chapter explores how musical development, particularly as it applies to learning an instrument, depends crucially ...