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The effect of bilingual music therapy on the expressive language of Spanish speaking children who are learning English in early childhood classrooms
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of bilingual music therapy on expressive language output in special needs children learning English in early childhood classrooms. Eleven English language learners ...
A life in song: A phenomenological perspective of a person with Alzheimer's disease
The purpose of this study was to discover how music is meaningful to one person with Alzheimer's disease who resides in a nursing home. Musical meaning and how music functioned in this woman's life both before and after ...
Percussion in music therapy: An instructional manual based on analysis of the related literature
The purpose of this study was twofold. First, the researcher conducted a content analysis of literature in music therapy and related fields, including those works that discussed the use of percussion in music therapy. ...
The effects of precategorized jazz and classical music and silence on state anxiety in mental health professionals
This study examined the effects of precategorized jazz and classical music and silence on state anxiety in mental health professionals. Ten staff members (music therapists, occupational therapists, recreational therapists, ...
The occurrence of performance-related injury in music therapists
The purpose of this study is to discover the prevalence of performance-related job injury in the music therapy industry. Many musicians are prone to injury as they play instruments for many hours each day. Two-hundred ...
The effects of developmental music play on parent confidence and parent-infant interactions
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of training parents of hospitalized infants in developmental music play on parent confidence and on the amount and quality of interaction between the parents and the ...