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Seminar: 3.05.474 Music, Health and Wellbeing - Details
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Course name Seminar: 3.05.474 Music, Health and Wellbeing
Subtitle Veranstaltung auf Englisch!
Course number 3.05.474
Semester Wintersemester 2018/2019
Current number of participants 0
expected number of participants 25
Home institute Institute of Music
Courses type Seminar in category Teaching
First date Mon., 15.10.2018 10:00 - 12:00, Room: A09 0-004 (Studio E)
Type/Form S, 2 SWS
Lehrsprache englisch

Topics

Introduction, Music and the brain, What is music, health and wellbeing? And why is it important?, Music and brain II, Music and language, Music and aphasia, Singing II - Psychobiological responses, Dancing, Dancing II, Parkinson's disease and dance, Music and pain, Summary and conclusion, Professional musicianship and wellbeing II, Music, singing, and mental health, Music preference and brain function, Professional musicianship and wellbeing I, Music, tempo, and the brain, Psychobiology of Singing, Does music make children smarter?, Music and the heart, music and alcohol consumption, Music listenting and wellbeing, Music and deafness, Music and tinnitus, Effects and Potential of Music on people with dementia, Musical auditory scene analysis with hearing loss, Music & Aggression, Psychobiology of Singing II

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Introduction, Music and the brain, What is music, health and wellbeing? And why is it important?, Music and brain II, Music and language, Music and aphasia, Singing II - Psychobiological responses, Dancing, Dancing II, Parkinson's disease and dance, Music and pain, Summary and conclusion, Professional musicianship and wellbeing II, Music, singing, and mental health, Music preference and brain function, Professional musicianship and wellbeing I, Music, tempo, and the brain, Psychobiology of Singing, Does music make children smarter?, Music and the heart, music and alcohol consumption, Music listenting and wellbeing, Music and deafness, Music and tinnitus, Effects and Potential of Music on people with dementia, Musical auditory scene analysis with hearing loss, Music & Aggression, Psychobiology of Singing II

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