Frontal lobe neurodegeneration - Use of songs in the music therapy setting

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    Resumé

    When the frontal lobes are damaged by neurodegeneration certain qualities of psychosocial functioning are changed. The person might show lack of initiative, poor social judgment, and loss of personal and social awareness. When these symptoms co-occur with other cortical degeneration (e.g. in vascular or frontotemporal dementia) it is difficult to avoid secondary symptoms of the brain damage that is caused by missing communicative abilities and difficulties in fulfilment of psychosocial needs. Songs are used to build up the music therapy setting with this client group. The songs function as cues, are used to regulate arousal level, and offer a potential to enter dialogue with the client in a way that makes it possible to meet psychosocial needs, thus reducing secondary symptoms of the degeneration. The different ways of using the songs in the setting, will be illustrated with case examples and video clips. Results from research will be integrated.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelFrom Lullaby to Lament : Handbook and Abstracts
    RedaktørerSusan Coull, Suzanne Hanser, Denise Grocke
    Antal sider1
    ForlagAustralian Music Therapy Association Inc.
    Publikationsdato2005
    Sider63
    StatusUdgivet - 2005
    Begivenhed11th World Congress of Music Therapy - Brisbane, Australien
    Varighed: 19 jul. 200523 jul. 2005
    Konferencens nummer: 11

    Konference

    Konference11th World Congress of Music Therapy
    Nummer11
    LandAustralien
    ByBrisbane
    Periode19/07/200523/07/2005

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    Music Therapy
    Frontal Lobe
    Music
    Frontotemporal Dementia
    Vascular Dementia
    Aptitude
    Arousal
    Surgical Instruments
    Cues
    Brain
    Research

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    Ridder, H. M. O. (2005). Frontal lobe neurodegeneration - Use of songs in the music therapy setting. I S. Coull, S. Hanser, & D. Grocke (red.), From Lullaby to Lament: Handbook and Abstracts (s. 63). Australian Music Therapy Association Inc..
    Ridder, Hanne Mette Ochsner. / Frontal lobe neurodegeneration - Use of songs in the music therapy setting. From Lullaby to Lament: Handbook and Abstracts. red. / Susan Coull ; Suzanne Hanser ; Denise Grocke. Australian Music Therapy Association Inc., 2005. s. 63
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    From Lullaby to Lament: Handbook and Abstracts. red. / Susan Coull; Suzanne Hanser; Denise Grocke. Australian Music Therapy Association Inc., 2005. s. 63.

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