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Two full tuition free phd scholarships in music therapy research
The Scholarships are directed towards the applied use of music in health, education and social service programmes in clinical areas of music therapy, or for clinically related theoretical research. Research projects will primarily be aimed at mu-sic therapy but can also be in art-based therapies or associated fields.
PhD Thesis by Dana Yakobson: A family tune
This PhD project set out to examine the effects and experiences of music therapy with preterm infants and their parents during their admission period to the neonatal intensive care unit.
Two Full Tuition Free PhD Scholarships in the Field of Music Therapy
The Department of Communication and Psychology, Aalborg University, Denmark, offers two full tuition free PhD Scholarships in music therapy research.
PhD Thesis by Jens Anderson-Ingstrup: A Flexible Fit
In this thesis Jens Anderson-Ingstrup discusses the potential paradox of creating a manual that is meant to guide persons in conducting person attuned musical interactions. The paradox is that manuals can be considered as something fixed and inflexible, while successful person attuned musical interactions require a high degree of flexibility and adaptability.
PhD Thesis by Evangelia Papanikolaou: Receptive Music Therapy in Oncology
This project is a very first attempt to explore and evaluate the potential of the receptive music therapy method Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) as a brief psychological intervention for women who are receiving chemotherapy or radiotherapy in an outpatient Greek Gynecologic Oncology hospital unit.
Musikalsk samvær hjælper mennesker med hjerneskade
Musik og musikalsk samvær kan hjælpe mennesker med hjerneskade og har potentiale til at forbedre sprog, hukommelse og motorik. Det viser en ny ph.d.-afhandling fra AAU, hvor Tove Stenderup sammen med socialpædagoger har igangsat og analyseret musikalske aktiviteter med hjerneskadede. Studiet peger på, at særlig den musik, som borgeren kender fra sin egen hverdag, gør en forskel.