ERIC Number: ED257258
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985
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The International Symposium on Music in Medicine, Education, and Therapy for the Handicapped (3rd, Ebeltoft, Denmark, July 31-August 5, 1983).
Pratt, Rosalie Rebollo, Ed.
Eighteen author-contributed papers are presented from a 1983 Ebeltoft, Denmark conference on clinical uses of music for disabled and chronically ill persons. The following authors and titles are represented: "Music Perception" (J. Davies); "Central Auditory Dysfunction: Implications for Music and the Handicapped" (C. DeFosse and R. Price); "Musical Interpretation" (F. Klausmeier); "Auditory Education with Mentally Handicapped Children" (H. Moog); "Specific Aspects of Music Learning: A Contribution toward a Learning Theory of Music" (H. Moog); "Music and Language Reading" (R. Bentley); "The Effects of an Inservice Workshop for Music Teachers on Teachers' Attitudes toward Teaching Music to Handicapped Children" (C. Donley); "Developing the Handicapped Child through Music: Can the Music Teacher Help?" (R. McChesney); "The Effect of Group and Individual Testing Conditions on Emotionally Distrubed Children's Primary Measures of Music and Audiation Scores" (L. Hunter and A. Gibbons); "Emotional and Expressive Response to Music Based on the Karild Rytmik Technique" (B. Karild); "Music Therapy with Psychiatric Patients" (G. Lund); "Music Therapy in Norway" (T. Naess); "The AlphaSyntauri Synthesizer as a Music Therapy Device for Handicapped Students" (R. Osguthorpe and M. Ditson); "The Current Crisis of Medicine and Science and the Place of Music" (T. Hassan); "Psychiatry, Music, and Therapy" (S. Nielzen); "Breathing Exercises for Asthmatic Children through Singing Songs: 'Asthma Music'" (K. Tateno et al.); Designing the Music Therapy Treatment Program" (J. Verdeau-Pailles); and "The Historical Relationship between Music and Medicine" (R. Pratt). (CL)
Descriptors: Adults, Disabilities, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Medicine, Music, Music Therapy, Psychiatry, Special Health Problems, Theories
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Note: The conference was jointly sponsored by Music Education for the Handicapped, Inc. and the Hearing Center, University Hospital of Aarhus, Denmark.