Music-therapy Study of Musicâ€™s Preferences and Regulation Properties in Healthy and Depressive People
Keywords:Music-therapy in healthy people and with depression, Musical preferences in music-therapy, Musicâ€™s regulation properties
The article describes experimental applied music-therapy study about differential characteristics of personality and musical preferences traits for musicâ€™s regulation properties established empirically in a sample of 92 people, selected by illness, gender and education factors, with psychological musical measurement of TIPI, STOMP and MMR tools, with data of musical factor analysis and psychological analysis of distributionâ€™s difference, as pragmatic music-therapy function for humanâ€™s health.
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