Music and Medicine Vol 14, No 3: Article Feature and Table of Contents

Featured article Storytelling through music to facilitate meaning reconstruction and address psychosocial stress in oncology nurses Carolyn S. Phillips, Deborah L. Volker & Barbara L. Jones Frontline healthcare workers are exposed to significant suffering and loss. Recent studies have shown increased rates of depression among nurses and physicians [1], and Read more…

Music and Medicine Vol 14, No 1: Article Feature and Table of Contents

Featured Article Temporal changes in electroencephalographic power spectrum on passive listening to three selected melodic scales of Indian music on healthy young individuals – a randomized controlled trial – Kirthana Kunikullaya, Arun Sasidharan, Rakshith Srinivasa, Jaisri Goturu, and Nandagudi Srinivasa Murth Music is said to affect the brain in different Read more…

Music and Medicine Vol 13, No 4: Article Feature and Table of Contents

Featured article Music intervention pilot study: Assessing teaching methods of group marimba classes designed to train spatial skills of older adults experiencing changes in cognition Spatial skills decline in older adults, particularly those with cognitive challenges, leaving them less confident to navigate their environment. Spatial training has been shown to Read more…