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Musical capacity measures of adults repeated after music education

Hazel Martha Stanton

Musical capacity measures of adults repeated after music education

a study of retest scores and ratings in the Seashore measures of musical talent after three years of music education in the Eastman school of music, the University of Rocherster

by Hazel Martha Stanton

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Published by The University in Iowa City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical ability -- Testing.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hazel M. Stanton and Wilhelmine Koerth.
    Series[Iowa. University] Series on aims and progress of research., no. 31
    ContributionsKoerth, Wilhelmine, joint author., Seashore, Carl E. 1866-1949., Eastman School of Music.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3830 .S78
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6764484M
    LC Control Number31027312
    OCLC/WorldCa1871890

    The Music Therapy Clinical Self Assessment Guide is a structured form to be used as a tool when reviewing the quality of one’s own music therapy services. This form is designed to be used by music therapists in a variety of settings, including, but not limited to private practice, nursing homes, residential facilities, hospitals and schools.   We tested this hypothesis by designing an MGI programme for primary school children consisting of interactive musical games implementing various EPMCs. We ran the programme for an entire school year and compared the emotional empathy of MGI children to control children using existing and novel measures of empathy before and after the programme.

    Musical self-theories and goals. The Musical Self-Theories and Goals questionnaire, meanwhile, is the prototype for a new scale that assesses the participants’ attitudes to the development of musical that academic development is demonstrably influenced by students’ theories of intelligence and their goal orientation (Dweck, ), the Musical Self-Theories and Goals.   After school, I invite all of my students to play through the music we rehearse that day. students voluntarily attend on the average day. On Fridays, we usually have close to Some students attend after school sessions several times each week. These are the most dedicated students who are the role models.

      A repeated-measures ANOVA with congruency (congruent vs. incongruent condition) and ROI as within-subjects factors and musical expertise as a between-subjects factor was conducted using the mean ERP amplitudes at – ms after musical stimulus onset as a dependent variable.   This literature review synthesizes and analyzes research on assessment in general music from early childhood through secondary schools. Literature has been analyzed for content being assessed, forms of assessment used, frequency of assessments, teachers’ perceptions and beliefs about assessment, and teachers’ professional development experiences and needs.


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