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Music and Medicine, One-Day Conference
Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research [SEMPRE]

St Cecilia's Hall, University of Edinburgh, Saturday 21 October 2006

Please find below the final programme for the Music & Medicine Conference
at Edinburgh University on Saturday 21 October. Booking forms and copies
of the programme can be downloaded from the SEMPRE website and are
available from Simon Frith or Elaine King (see contact details below).

Conference on MUSIC AND MEDICINE Institute for Music in Human and Social Development, University of Edinburgh Alison House, 12 Nicolson Square, Edinburgh, UK Saturday 21 October 2006 PROGRAMME 10.15 ARRIVAL AND REGISTRATION 11.00 INTRODUCTION 11.05-12.05 SESSION 1 Jane W. Davidson (University of Sheffield and University of Western Australia): 'Singing for health and wellbeing: a theoretical perspective' Douglas Lonie (University of Glasgow): 'The impact of musical preference on the health behaviour and needs of young people. A longitudinal perspective' Julie De Simone (Glasgow Caledonian University): 'An investigation of the effects of music in the treatment of patients with dementia' 12.15-1.05 KEYNOTE Gunter Kreutz (Royal Northern College of Music): 'Does music originate from deprivation avoidance?' LUNCH POSTER PAPERS Theresa Cleary (University of Ulster): 'Development and validation of the Cleary Rae Musical Performance Anxiety Inventory for children, within the context of practical music exams' 2.00-3.30 SESSION 2 Wendy L. Magee (Institute of Complex Neuro-Disability, London): 'Music as an aid to well-being and communication with people with complex medical conditions' Costanza Preti (Institute of Education, University of London): 'Where music meets therapy: identities, beliefs and motivations of a group of musicians who play in hospitals' Eija Mäkirintala (Sibelius Academy, Helsinki): '"Feeling better; performing better?" Holistically oriented top performance and well being (HOPE): an evaluation of a music performance enhancement programme' Katherine Liversidge (University of Edinburgh): 'Chronic pain, movement and music: an investigation into audio-analgesia in motion' 3.30-4.00 CLOSING DISCUSSION Future directions for research? For further information, please contact Simon Frith or Elaine King: Simon Frith Music School of Arts, Culture & Environment Alison House, 12 Nicolson Square Edinburgh EH8 9DF UK Email: Elaine King SEMPRE Conference Secretary Department of Drama & Music University of Hull Hull HU6 7RX UK Email:
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