2011 Conference Abstracts

Akombo, D. Examining the Gate Control Theory and how it has reshaped research in quantitative methods in music and medicine
Bradshaw, D. H. Effects of music engagement on responses to painful stimulation
Brandes, V. Facts and figures: Results of a randomized placebo controlled double blind clinical trial on personalized music-focused auditory stimulation therapy – a novel approach for the treatment of depression, dystyhmia, and stress-related disorders
Camara, J. G.
Ruszkowski, J. M.
The effect of live classical piano music on the vital signs of patients undergoing ophthalmic surgery
Chiang, M. M. Bridging medical ethnomusicology and music therapy
Cochren, D. W. Spiritual healing and exorcism: Music as a catalyst in sacred space
Cornelius, S. Returning mind and body: Exploring music’s potential in enhancing post-stroke rehabilitations
Doman, A. The Listening Program: A music-based listening therapy
Dunbar, L. L. The effect of music on the behavior distraction among middle school students
Goldenberg, R. B. Singing and Cystic Fibrosis: Rationale and scientific underpinnings for the use of voice lessons as an adjunct treatment
Grand, L. When to refer patients/clients to a music therapist
Guy Sieger, C. Instrumental music perceptions of teacher support for experienced music performance anxiety
Kelly, D. L.
Allen, S.
Music-based sound stimulation in pediatric acquired brain injury rehabilitation: Preliminary case studies
Nelson, K. Successful strategies and coping skills of individuals in the field of music: Life stories of six professionals
Reber, J.
Roper, J.
Music and emotion: A qualitative study
Ruszkowski, J. Current music technology in music and medicine
Sanders, P.
Reschke, P.
Reber, J.
A relational alternative to the study of music and emotion
Tall, M. There is no “I” in teach!
Whiting, T. The effects of community drumming on generalized anxiety and academic performance in teenagers