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Perceived Stress among Public School Music Educators: Stress over Time, Demographic Differences, Common Self-Identified Factors of Stress, and Relationships between Demographic Differences and Emergent Stress Themes
Teaching frequently has been identified as a stressful occupation, warranting numerous studies of teacher burnout, attrition, and stress. Levels of professional burnout and attrition among educators have been shown ...
The effect of rhythm and melody on language development and sensory organization in children with autism
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012-06-13)
Research in language, neurology, and music suggests that constructs of music to provide organization, such as rhythm and melody, may facilitate language skill development and sensory organization for children with autism. ...
The effects of projected films on singers' expressivity in choral performance
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of projected film visuals on singers' expressivity in choral performance. The study was divided into three phases. In Phase One, university choir singers (N = 21) ...