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Music, Health, and Wellbeing [Paperback]

Raymond Macdonald
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Table of Contents

  • <b>Section 1 Introductory Chapters</b>
  • 1: Raymond MacDonald, Gunter Kreutz, and Laura Mitchell: What is Music Health and Wellbeing and why is it important
  • 2: Eckart Altenmüller & Gottfried Schlaug: Music, Brain and Health: Exploring Biological Foundations of Music's Health Effect
  • 3: David J. Elliott & Marissa Silverman: Why Music Matters: Philosophical and Cultural Foundation
  • 4: Gro Trondalen & Lars Ole Bonde: Music Therapy: model and interventions
  • <b>Section 2: Community Music and Public Health</b>
  • 5: Norma Daykin: Developing social models for research and practice in music, arts and health: a case study of research in a mental health setting
  • 6: Michael Murray and Alexandra Lamont: Community music and social/health psychology: linking theoretical and practical concerns
  • 7: Even Ruud: The new Heaths Musicians
  • 8: Gary Ansdell and Tia DeNora: Musical Flourishing: Community Music Therapy, Controversy and the Cultivation of Wellbeing
  • 9: Stephen Clift: Singing, Wellbeing and Health
  • 10: Cynthia Quiroga Murcia, & Gunter Kreutz: Dance and Health: Exploring interactions and implications
  • 11: Jane Davidson & Andrea Emberly: Embodied Musical Communication Across Cultures: Singing and dancing for quality of life and wellbeing benefit
  • <b>Section 3 Clinical and Therapeutic Applications</b>
  • 12: A. Blythe LaGasse & Michael Thaut: Music and Rehabilitation: Neurological Approaches
  • 13: Tony Wigram and Christian Gold: The religion of Evidence-based practice: Helpful or harmful to health and well-being?
  • 14: Brynjulf Stige: Health Musicking - A Perspective on Music and Health as Action and Performance
  • 15: Mercédès Pavlicevic: Between Beats: group music therapy transforming people and places
  • 16: Vicky Karkou: Aspects of Theory and Practice in Dance Movement Psychotherapy (DMP) in the UK: Similarities and Differences from Music Therapy
  • 17: Laura Mitchell & Raymond MacDonald: Music and Pain: Evidence from Experimental Perspectives
  • 18: Maria Pothoulaki, Raymond MacDonald and Paul Flowers: The use of music to aid recovery from chronic illness: evidence and arguments
  • 19: Günther Bernatzky, Simon Strickner, Michaela Presch, Franz Wendtner, Werner Kullich: Music as non-pharmacological pain management in clinics
  • 20: Ralph Spintge: Clinical Uses of Music in Operating Theatres
  • <b>Section 4 Educational Contexts</b>
  • 21: Adam Ockelford: Songs without words: Exploring how music can serve as a proxy language in social interaction with autistic children
  • 22: E. Glenn Schellenberg: Cognitive performance after listening to music: A review of the Mozart effect
  • 23: Eugenia Costa-Giomi: Music instruction and children¹s intellectual development: The educational context of music participation
  • 24: Jane Ginsborg, Claudia Spahn and Aaron Williamon: Health Promotions in Higher Music Education
  • 25: Heiner Gembris: Music Making as Lifelong Development and Resource for Health
  • 26: Adam Ockelford and Kyproulla Markou: Music education and therapy for children and young people with cognitive impairments: reporting on a decade of research
  • <b>Section 5: Everyday Uses</b>
  • 27: Daniel Västfjäll, Patrik Juslin, and Terry Hartig: Music, Subjective Well-being, and Health: The Role of Everyday Emotions
  • 28: Töres Theorell & Gunter Kreutz: Epidemiological studies of the relationship between musical experiences and public health
  • 29: Stefan Koelsch & Thomas Stegemann: The brain and positive biological effects in healthy and clinical populations
  • 30: Gunter Kreutz, Cynthia Quiroga Murcia & Stephan Bongard: Psychoneuroendocrine research on music: An overview
  • 31: Suvi Saarikallio: Cross Cultural Approaches to Music and Health
  • 32: Sue Hallam: The Effects of Background Music on Health and Wellbeing
  • 33: Adrian C. North and David J. Hargreaves: North Pop Music Subcultures and Well-Being
  • 34: Dave Miranda, Patrick Gaudreau, Régine Debrosse, Julien Morizot, Laurence J. Kirmayer: Music Listening and Mental Health: Variations on Internalizing Psychopathology

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