School of Music
Music: Worship Studies
music, psychology, music psychology, music therapy, worship, worship music, dementia
Christianity | Liturgy and Worship | Medicine and Health | Mental and Social Health | Movement and Mind-Body Therapies | Music | Music Education | Music Therapy | Other Religion | Psychiatry and Psychology | Religion | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Whittemore, Jessica, "A Study of Music: Music Psychology, Music Therapy, and Worship Music" (2019). Senior Honors Theses. 871.
There are three specific fields related to music: the psychology of Music and how it affects human brain and functions, the methodology of Music Therapy and how it affects individuals undergoing treatment, and the psychological effects of Worship Music and how it can be used in music therapy. Music therapy is a growing field in which the therapeutic outcomes greatly benefit the patients. The overall purpose is to create a greater understanding of music and music therapy in order to a provide a system for introducing group worship services into music therapy to ultimately bring spiritual healing to individuals.
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