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A Review of the Literature on the Relationship of Music Education to the Development of Socio-Emotional Learning

Judit Váradi
2022 SAGE Open  
By the end of the 20th century the educational role of music has come into the spotlight, and in addition to the impact of music on the development of general skills, its social and emotional effects are  ...  The study also examined the relationship between social-emotional learning and the world-wide well-known Kodály Concept and the effect of Kodály's vision of music education as a forerunner of socio-emotional  ...  In a study on the effect of preventive group music receptive therapy among depressed adolescents, it was found that music increased awareness and helped develop healthy selfesteem in the treatment group  ... 
doi:10.1177/21582440211068501 fatcat:lpzsrt2twrejhdbau5jlf7yp3q

How Technology Applied to Music-Therapy and Sound-Based Activities Addresses Motor and Social Skills in Autistic Children

Grazia Ragone, Judith Good, Kate Howland
2021 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
In May 2020 we conducted a systematic search on Music-therapy and musical activities for autistic children in research databases including Science Direct, APA PsycNet, Cochrane, IEE and Web of Science,  ...  We systematically review the use of technology in Music-therapy and related sound-based activities to improve the motor and social skills of children.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to express our gratitude to Emeline Brulé and James Jackson for their valuable feedback on the initial draft of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti5030011 fatcat:ilxehlynk5dnrhj44w3oniso6e

Why Synchrony Matters during Mother-Child Interactions: A Systematic Review

Chloë Leclère, Sylvie Viaux, Marie Avril, Catherine Achard, Mohamed Chetouani, Sylvain Missonnier, David Cohen, Sharon Dekel
2014 PLoS ONE  
This paper focuses on the concept of "synchrony" and examines (1) how synchrony in mother-child interaction is defined and operationalized; (2) the contribution that the concept of synchrony has brought  ...  Adopting an objective approach in studying synchrony is not a simple task given available assessment tools and due to its temporality and multimodal expression. We  ...  This ensured that a range of psychology references with multiple theoretical background were included.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0113571 pmid:25469637 pmcid:PMC4254467 fatcat:mtcdo7arnbgupdpgdctmelcdua

The Influence of Social Intelligence on Effective Music Teaching

Jay Juchniewicz
2010 Journal of research in music education  
accurate readers of nonverbal cues, and therefore do better on standardized measures designed to assess such skills, than men, and that (c) using a videotaped format provides a method to investigate multiple  ...  The Profile of Nonverbal Sensitivity (Rosenthal et al., 1979) sought to improve on the limitations of previous measures of social intelligence instruments by creating a film containing multiple channels  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022429410378368 fatcat:z36ke2qwjbaq3jdumsf45jztwi

Using mobile brain/body imaging to advance research in arts, health, and related therapeutics

Juliet L. King, Francisco J. Parada
2021 European Journal of Neuroscience  
We outline a framework that shows how MoBI can be used to study the effectiveness of creative arts therapy interventions motivated by the 4E approach to cognition with a focus on visual art therapy.  ...  The creative arts therapies have a long history of clinical success with various patient populations and will benefit from increased scientific explanation to support intervention strategies.  ...  Anjan Chatterjee for an informal review of the first draft of this paper and Dr. Robert Pascuzzi for ongoing review of subsequent versions.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ejn.15313 pmid:33999462 pmcid:PMC9291922 fatcat:s7yhacjjxjbita47qhiiipxkiu

A three-component framework for empathic technologies to augment human interaction

Joris H. Janssen
2012 Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces  
To provide a basis for such technologies, a three component framework is presented based on psychology and neuroscience, consisting of cognitive empathy, emotional convergence, and empathic responding.  ...  To leverage these opportunities, automated measurement possibilities for each component are identified using (combinations of) facial expressions, speech, and physiological signals.  ...  and suggestions on earlier drafts of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12193-012-0097-5 fatcat:t2mebspajvfz3bsl3xyyjhb56q

The circle in dance movement therapy: A literature review

Elena Karampoula, Heidrun Panhofer
2018 The Arts in Psychotherapy  
First of all I would like to thank the "honey group", the group of my training which has been my inspiration for this essay.  ...  THE CIRCLE IN DMT 5 Abstract The present study focuses on the circle as an intervention in Dance Movement Therapy (DMT) group sessions. The Circle is a powerful symbol resonating with human nature.  ...  This drives the research to a brief reference on the use of touch in DMT. Physical contact -touch in DMT -holding hands DMT is a verbal and nonverbal psychotherapeutic approach.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aip.2018.02.004 fatcat:5yhs5zr6qfd6rpofsck6xzgsrq

Fully Automatic Analysis of Engagement and Its Relationship to Personality in Human-Robot Interactions

Hanan Salam, Oya Celiktutan, Isabelle Hupont, Hatice Gunes, Mohamed Chetouani
2017 IEEE Access  
Thirdly, we focus on the concept of "group engagement", which we define as the collective engagement of the participants with the robot, and analyse the impact of similar and dissimilar personalities on  ...  This paper focuses on automatic analysis and classification of engagement based on humans' and robot's personality profiles in a triadic human-human-robot interaction setting.  ...  On the other hand, in the context of music improvisation, mutual engagement occurs when people creatively spark together and enter a state of group flow [52] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2016.2614525 fatcat:mfxcifxdqnba7nmg6osnemlsfy

Intelligence and Cognitive Control [chapter]

Adam Chuderski, Edward Nęcka
2010 Handbook of Individual Differences in Cognition  
An intriguing review of research concerning the effects of mind wandering on cognitive function performance (see McVay & Kane, this volume) points to one potentially fruitful  ...  These approaches distinguish between EF in WM such as "shifting," "inhibition," "updating," and "coordination."  ...  The resolution of a telescope is limited by its diameter which may be functionally increased a great deal by combining input from multiple, linked sites into one coherent image.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-1210-7_16 fatcat:itedvhvceratlgg74gnnweasbm

Eyes-Closed and Activation QEEG Databases in Predicting Cognitive Effectiveness and the Inefficiency Hypothesis

Kirtley Thornton, Dennis Carmody
2009 Journal of Neurotherapy  
The coordinated allocation of resources (CAR) hypothesis states that cognitive effectiveness is a product of multiple specific activities in the brain, which vary according to the task; and (5) the average  ...  The first 15 analysis compared the MOT to the VSM by difficulty levels and revealed a significant task effect (p < .0005) but no effect of difficulty.  ...  We have shown that specific connectivity guided EEG training approaches (a) are effective in reducing autistic symptoms, (b) lead to therapeutic changes on measures of EEG connectivity and power, and (  ... 
doi:10.1080/10874200802429850 fatcat:i7n5dc5yznbdlonrbajyvgc5ii

Abstracts of the 20th European Conference on Eye Movements, 18-22 August 2019, in Alicante (Spain)

Susana Martinez-Conde, Luis Martinez-Otero, Albert Compte, Rudolf Groner
2019 Journal of Eye Movement Research  
This document contains all abstracts of the 20th European Conference on Eye Movements, August 18-22, 2019, in Alicante, Spain Video stream "Glimpses at 20th ECEM": https://vimeo.com/user43478756.  ...  Reward was calculated as a fraction of the maximum depending on the performance (accuracy and speed).  ...  Results: We observed improved performance on incentivized trials (more so for reward than penalty) looking at peak velocity and reaction times.  ... 
doi:10.16910/jemr.12.7.1 pmid:33828763 pmcid:PMC7917478 fatcat:wqzwn552cndsnablyikzx3og5e

Canadian Conference on Medical Education 2021 Abstracts

Heather Hickey
2021 Canadian Medical Education Journal  
Editing has been restricted to some corrections of spelling and style where appropriate.  ...  We conducted a multiple regression analysis to compare the additive effect of each preparation method on SJT scores.  ...  Multivariable logistic regression and backward logistic regression was used to determine the effects of collected variables on publication success.  ... 
doi:10.36834/cmej.72402 fatcat:i4gnsl3tmbf2pjsf3tis2bok44

Final Program, Fortieth Annual Meeting International Neuropsychological Society February 15–18, 2012 Montréal, Québec, Canada

2012 Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society  
In this symposium a panel of neuropsychologists will provide direction and insights towards developing a program of sustained externally funded research.  ...  Didactics will focus on key strategies towards writing competitive grants and the process of NIH study section review.  ...  But, can music be used in a creative way to improve memory functions in the brain?  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1355617712000537 fatcat:4p2fkgxxzna3vcf3uxxgac6rsi

Abstracts of the 16th International Congress of ESCAP European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

2015 European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry  
Objectives: We address the feasibility of the HR approach within the framework of Italy's national child and adolescent neuropsychiatry services by using the CAARMS.  ...  CAARMS-trained Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists evaluated 56 patients (52 % males; mean age 15.58 years, SD 1.48, range 12. 6-17.8), 85.7 % referred from the Neuropsychiatry ward, 10.7 % from outpatient  ...  and creative approach.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00787-015-0714-4 pmid:26022212 fatcat:3emfqkc4dfenbay4dtpeveanva

Innate talents: Reality or myth?

Michael J. A. Howe, Jane W. Davidson, John A. Sloboda
1998 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
At this point, there is no conclusive support for either account, and it is doubtful that talent could be explained exclusively by only one of them.  ...  Abstract: Howe and colleagues demonstrate that deliberate practice is necessary for proficient levels of competence, a fact that is uncontroversial.  ...  A. Howe a , Jane W. Davidson b , and John A. Sloboda c  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x9800123x fatcat:rimrrdizznbefndrudn4yaynsy
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