Singing in individual music therapy with elderly persons suffering from dementia

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    The focus of this research in progress is my clinical work with persons suffering from dementia, where we sing long familiar songs in the music therapy. In an exploratory case study approach I have made systematic observations of 6 individual residents living in a gerontopsychological unit. My hypotheses are …  … that singing has an influence on persons with dementia, and that this influence can be defined upon communicative characteristics.  … that persons with dementia in an advanced stage communicate musically, and that this musical communication can be recognised by a system of communicative signs.  … that music therapy has an influence on aspects in daily life for the person with dementia. Data collection has been based on digital video recording, pulse rate measurements, day-to-day questionnaires, case description and music therapist’s log.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelMusic Therapy in Europe. Napoli 2001 : Book of Abstracts
    Antal sider1
    ForlagEMTC: European Music Therapy confederation
    Publikationsdato2001
    Sider119
    StatusUdgivet - 2001
    BegivenhedThe Vth European Music Therapy Congress - Castel Dell'Ovo, Napoli, Italien
    Varighed: 20 apr. 200124 apr. 2001

    Konference

    KonferenceThe Vth European Music Therapy Congress
    LandItalien
    ByCastel Dell'Ovo, Napoli
    Periode20/04/200124/04/2001

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    Ridder, H. M. O. (2001). Singing in individual music therapy with elderly persons suffering from dementia. I Music Therapy in Europe. Napoli 2001: Book of Abstracts (s. 119). EMTC: European Music Therapy confederation.
    Ridder, Hanne Mette Ochsner. / Singing in individual music therapy with elderly persons suffering from dementia. Music Therapy in Europe. Napoli 2001: Book of Abstracts. EMTC: European Music Therapy confederation, 2001. s. 119
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    Ridder, HMO 2001, Singing in individual music therapy with elderly persons suffering from dementia. i Music Therapy in Europe. Napoli 2001: Book of Abstracts. EMTC: European Music Therapy confederation, s. 119, The Vth European Music Therapy Congress, Castel Dell'Ovo, Napoli, Italien, 20/04/2001.

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    Music Therapy in Europe. Napoli 2001: Book of Abstracts. EMTC: European Music Therapy confederation, 2001. s. 119.

    Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference proceedingKonferenceabstrakt i proceedingForskning

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