- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- First American paperback ed
- Jessica Kingsley Publishers
- Patrick, George D. (ill.)
- George D Patrick
- black & white illustrations
- 234 x 157 x 18 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 49:B&W 6.14 x 9.21 in or 234 x 156 mm (Royal 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
- 440 g
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Music Physiology and Clinical Applications
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The Music Effect is useful as a reference for those hypnosis professionals, who may be interested in incorporating music in their clinical work, or who want to learn more about how the effects of music can be utilized therapeutically. All in all, this is a fascinating book that covers an array of phenomena. It is well written and thoroughly referenced. -- American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis Quite a lot has been published on the psychological effects of music, but like me, have you yearned to know what changes are taking place in the body and in the brain in response to music? Something you can get your teeth into? If so, this may be the book for you. It is an interesting book, and one which makes great efforts to explain complicated matters in a simple way. -- Positive Health Magazine The book includes comprehensive reference, author and subject indices, and the layout is admirable: fully referenced, interspersed with lists, diagrams, tables and cartoons, all of which hold the reader's interest. Schneck and Berger are passionate about music's intensely profound and penetrating effect on human behaviour, together with its use in stress and pain management, and I hope that colleagues will, like me, be motivated to explore The music effect further. -- Counselling Children and Young People The book offers thorough and scientific explanations on the effect of music on physiology and relates these to clinical music therapy work. This makes it an essential and very important resource for music therapy students and educators, as well as clinicians and anyone with an interest in music and physiology. -- Nordic Journal of Music Therapy The Music Effect gives indispensable knowledge to clinicians on music physiology. The book offers through and scientific explanations on the effect of music on physiology and relates these to clinical music therapy work. This makes it an essential and very important resource for music therapy students and educators, as well as clinicians and anyone with an interest in music and physiology. -- Nordic Journal of Music Therapy
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Daniel J. Schneck was a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering and the Biomedical Engineering Society. He published widely (including 18 books) and was an international consultant on basic physiological function and the role of music in human adaptation. He was also an accomplished violinist and performed professionally. Dorita S. Berger is a concert pianist, an educator and a Board Certified music therapist. She is an international lecturer and consultant on music in human adaptation and its application in music therapy. Dorita runs a music therapy clinic in Norwalk, Connecticut, working with people with pervasive developmental disorders, autism, language learning delays, sensory issues and anxiety disorders. Her books include Music Therapy, Sensory Integration and the Autistic Child, also published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Foreword, George D. Patrick, Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center, Bethesda, MD. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. What Is This Thing Called "Music"?: General Considerations. 3: Principles of Physics From Which Derive The Elements Of Music. 4: Principles Of Physiology and The Elements Of Sensory Information Processing. 5: Fear And The Instinct For Survival: What Happens When The Set-Points Go Awry? 6: Physiologic Entrainment. 7: Rhythm In Music And Physiology. 8: Melody - The Pitch Of Human Emotion. 9: Timbre, Harmony And Dynamics: Adding Richness And Depth To Rhythm And Melody. 10: Form - Creating Aesthetic Wholeness. 11: Nature Expressed Through Nurture. 12: Coda: Where Are They Now? References. Subject Index. Author Index.