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How can music influence the body to support fitness and rehabilitation?

Music has been used throughout history and across cultures to influence the body, but only in recent decades have researchers been able to examine how it is processed through the brain. These recent discoveries explain the relationship between features of music like rhythm, and improvements in physical health, particularly in rehabilitation. They also explain why people with Alzheimer’s disease remember all of the words to songs but can’t have a clear conversation. In this unit we hear and see how music has been used, often by qualified music therapists working in hospitals, to influence the body and support fitness and rehabilitation. ...
Reading
9 vidéos (Total 61 min), 5 lectures, 1 quiz
Video9 vidéos
Unit 1 introduction - part 1of 26 min
Unit 1 introduction - part 2 of 28 min
Neuroscience perspective - introduction1 min
Neuroscience perspective8 min
Introducing Dr Patsy Tan4 min
Working in hospitals9 min
Live and recorded music8 min
The art of offering music to patients7 min
Reading5 lectures
Course overview10 min
Start of course survey10 min
Podcast by Dr Wendy Magee35 min
Journal articles by Imogen Clarke, Jeanette Tamplin and Julian Winn O'Kellys
Design a program to achieve a physical health outcome45 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Unit 1 - worth 10% of your final grade20 min
Semaine
2
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4 heures pour terminer

How can music motivate the mind to promote academic achievement?

How much music is included in schools varies significantly, between countries and even around the corner. Learning music can happen in classrooms and through individual lessons. It can also be used to promote wellbeing and foster inclusion of diverse students. Researchers have investigated whether learning music results in higher achievement in other cognitive, social and psychological domains. In this unit we showcase some of that research and carefully consider what kinds of musical experiences are needed to achieve the different goals....
Reading
7 vidéos (Total 50 min), 3 lectures, 1 quiz
Video7 vidéos
Unit 2 introduction - part 2 of 25 min
Cognitive psychology - introduction1 min
Cognitive psychology perspective9 min
Introducing Professor Gary McPherson3 min
How music motivates the mind - part 1 of 212 min
How music motivates the mind - part 2 of 212 min
Reading3 lectures
Podcast by Dr Daphne Rickson35 min
Journal articles by Susan Hallam and Alex Crookes
Design a program to achieve a personal learning outcome45 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Unit 2 - worth 10% of your overall grade20 min
Semaine
3
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4 heures pour terminer

How can music reflect the psyche to improve mental health?

Music can be a powerful way to explore and comprehend our deepest emotions. When used in psychoanalysis, this can lead to rich experiences that may even reveal aspects of our unconscious world that can be processed within the safety of the therapeutic relationship. Within the field of music therapy, practitioners often debate the relative merits of free improvisation on instruments in comparison to using the preferred songs of clients in therapy. Both afford opportunities to deepen our understanding of ourselves and our relationships to others, and music more generally can be used as a health resource that travels with us as we recover from being acutely unwell and continue the journey of life....
Reading
9 vidéos (Total 67 min), 3 lectures, 1 quiz
Video9 vidéos
Unit 3 introduction - part 2 of 25 min
Psychodynamic therapy perspective - introduction1 min
Psychodynamic therapy perspective9 min
Introducing Benedikte Scheiby1 min
The work of Mary Priestley6 min
Individual music therapy11 min
Music and emotions7 min
Research and theoretical foundations14 min
Reading3 lectures
Podcast by A/Prof Randi Rolvsjord27 min
Journal articles by Jinah Kim and Laura Medcalfs
Design a program in order to explore a personal issue45 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Unit 3 - worth 10% of your overall grade20 min
Semaine
4
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4 heures pour terminer

How can music foster intimacy to strengthen relationships?

Have you ever used music to try and improve a relationship in your life? Playing the right background music is one thing, but what about singing with another person, or improvising on musical instruments in responsive and caring ways. Listening is the key to intimacy in any relationship and music can be the perfect vehicle to explore listening in new ways. We explore intimacy between parents and infants, therapists and clients and the ways that music therapists engage in musicking with people to build relationships that help....
Reading
6 vidéos (Total 57 min), 3 lectures, 1 quiz
Video6 vidéos
Unit 4 introduction - part 2 of 26 min
Communicative musicality perspective10 min
Introducing Dr Stephen Malloch12 min
We are all musical12 min
Being present in music9 min
Reading3 lectures
Podcast by Mercedes Pavlicevic28 min
Journal articles by Helen Shoemark and Elizabeth McLeans
Design a program to strengthen a personal relationship45 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Unit 4 - worth 10% of your overall grade20 min
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par LYFeb 4th 2018

wonderfully insightful and completely inspiring! I gained so much from the course and am excited to apply why I have learned in my work context!

par SPOct 17th 2016

What an amazing course and very productive study materials. Thank you, this really added a lot to my professional development skills.

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Katrina Skewes McFerran

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Melbourne Conservatorium of Music

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