Book 2009

Music that works

Contributions of biology, neurophysiology, psychology, sociology, medicine and musicology

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ISBN: 978-3-211-75120-6 (Print) 978-3-211-75121-3 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-v

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    Introduction: Music that works

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    Pages 11-23

    Sonification: listen to brain activity

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    Pages 25-82

    Chronobiology — as a foundation for and an approach to a new understanding of the influence of music

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    Pages 83-103

    Music as medicine: incorporating scalable music-based interventions into standard medical practice

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    Pages 105-108

    A perspective on evidence-based practice

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    Pages 109-117

    The audio-vocal system in song and speech development

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    Pages 119-130

    The significance of exposure to music for the formation and stabilisation of complex neuronal relationship matrices in the human brain: implications for the salutogenetic effects of intervention by means of music therapy

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    Pages 131-141

    Music and the self

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    Pages 143-153

    Neural substrates of processing syntax and semantics in music

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    Pages 155-166

    A City Upon a Hill: making scientific progress in brain-based music research in typical development, autism and other disorders

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    Pages 167-178

    The rhythm of the heart — the tempus of music — Mozart, Ligeti and the Rat

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    Pages 179-184

    Music and child neurology: a developmental perspective

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    Pages 185-194

    Prenatal “experience” and the phylogenesis and ontogenesis of music

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    Pages 195-210

    Music and the evolution of human brain function

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    Pages 211-220

    Clinical applications of music therapy in neurologic rehabilitation

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    Pages 221-265

    Human biochronology: on the source and functions of ‘musicality’

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    Pages 267-293

    A study of synchronisation behaviour in a group of test persons during Baksy and Dhikr exercises via psycho-physiological monitoring

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    Pages 295-300

    Resonance and silence — the significance in medicine

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    Pages 301-319

    Emotion modulation by means of music and coping behaviour

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    Pages 321-328

    Identifying the effectiveness of a music-based auditory stimulation method, on children with sensory integration and auditory processing concerns: a pilot study

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