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You are covered by the eBay Money Back Guarantee if you receive an item that is not as described in the listing. Payment details. Payment methods. Other offers may also be available. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the balance is not paid in full within 6 months. Participants frequently described positive shifts in mood and energy levels, and social interaction was stimulated both within and beyond the music therapy groups. Buetow, S. Disability and Rehabilitation, 36 5 , Spanning the medical and social sciences, the article draws conceptually on literature on PD, group singing, and rhythm in music; personal experience; and reasoning.
Conceptualizing PD in terms of disruptions to social and biological rhythms, the authors suggest that group singing may produce two socio-psychological states — connectedness and flow — that may entrain rhythm in people with PD. The states connect during group singing to elicit and enhance motor processes but may also reawaken after the group singing, through the recall and reactivation of the musical rhythms encoded during group singing.
In people with PD, this continuity of flow is hypothesized to be conducive to rhythmic entrainment during and after group singing and in turn to reduced deficits in motor timing and emotional processing, and improvements in quality of life. Empirical studies are needed to test this hypothesis in people with movement disorders such as PD.
Heijenbrok-Kal, M. The efficacy and timing of melodic intonation therapy in subacute aphasia. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 28 6 , A waiting-list randomized controlled trial design was used: patients were randomly allocated to the experimental group MIT or the control group control intervention followed by delayed MIT. A total of 27 participants were included: 16 in the experimental group and 11 in the control group.
In both groups, therapy started at 2 to 3 months poststroke and was given intensively 5 hours per week for 6 weeks.
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In a second therapy period, the control group received 6 weeks of intensive MIT while the experimental group resumed their regular treatment. Assessment was done at baseline T1 , after the first intervention period T2 , and after the second intervention period T3. Efficacy was evaluated at T2.
The impact of delaying MIT on therapy outcome was also examined. A significant effect in favor of MIT on language repetition was observed for trained items, with mixed results for untrained items.
After MIT, there was a significant improvement in verbal communication but not after the control intervention. Delaying MIT was related to less improvement in the repetition of trained material. Earlier treatment may lead to greater improvement. Inal, S. Competitive dance for individuals with disabilities. Dance can play an important part in improving the physical, emotional, and cognitive functioning of people with disabilities. With the guidance of music, rhythmic dance activities have a positive effect on the mobility of the body, hence increasing strength, coordination, flexibility and cardiorespiratory fitness.
Furthermore, dance stimulates the development of a connection between mind and body improving body image and spatial awareness as well as social skills. Wheelchair dance as an inclusive activity for individuals with disabilities dates as far back as , and in wheelchair dance became an International Paralympic Committee Championship Sport.
Effect of singing on respiratory function, voice, and mood after quadriplegia: A randomized controlled trial.