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Processing of Music in Alzheimer Patients

Correlation of musicality, brain atrophy in brain areas relevant for music processing and the stage of Alzheimer´s disease.

Lexical Priming by Music in Alzheimer's Disease and Healthy Aging

While verbal memory is quickly reached in the wake of Alzheimer's disease, the musical memory remains preserved until a late stage of the disease. This observation encouraged the development of music-based therapies in the management of neurocognitive and behavioral disorders that characterize Alzheimer's disease. In order to develop rehabilitation programs that effectively target cognitive functions to stimulate, it is necessary to understand the mechanisms underlying this ben...

ALzheimer and MUsic THerapy: Effects of Music Lessons on Brain Plasticity, Mood, and Quality of Life in Alzheimer Patients

Music has powerful effects on memory in patients with neurodegenerative diseases. However, although there is anecdotal evidence for beneficial effects of active music interventions in patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD), there is lack of high-quality research investigating this issue, and the cognitive, emotional, and social factors that contribute to potentially beneficial effects of music making in AD patients are largely unknown. In a randomised controlled intervention tr...

The Impact of Music on Nociceptive Processing

The investigators are studying the ways that different music may change pain perception


Effect of Music on Reading Comprehension in Patients With Aphasia

The purpose of this investigation is to examine the evidence on emotion, language, and music, and propose a first step, in the form of a single-subject research design, to determine the most effective and efficient method for application to the rehabilitation of patients with aphasia. A single-subject adapted alternating treatment design will be used to compare two music conditions, using music with sung lyrics simultaneously with reading of the lyrics, and priming with music a...

Music to Reduce Use of Smoking in Patients With Schizophrenia

The purpose of this study is to explore the impact of self-selected music listening which targets disrupting the reward process maintaining smoking and additionally attenuating the reward processing deficits associated with schizophrenia. Five participants with schizophrenia/schizoaffective disorder who smoke/nicotine will participate in an individual session of self-selected music listening for a half an hour.

Tailored Music Therapy for Dementia

This study evaluates the effect and process of individualized music therapy for home-dwelling persons with mild to moderate dementia. The music therapy is administered individually and includes a close caregiver. Memory of familiar music is found to be retained in persons with dementia. It is assumed to facilitate autobiographical memories and stimulate interaction with significant others. Based on time series analyses we will use statistical process control to evaluate when an...

The Impact of Music Therapy on Nociceptive Processing

The purpose of this study is to understand the use of brief, personalized music interventions to decrease pain. Persisting and recurring pain is devastating to individuals and society. The worry and anxiety people feel while experiencing chronic pain may increase how much pain they feel. Enjoyable music feels good and affects brain chemicals in a way that can lessen feelings of pain. Music that feels good can also lower the anxiety and worry that accompany chronic pain which ma...

A Study of the Experience of Music Therapy in Cancer Patients With Delirium

The purpose of this study is to improve our understanding of the experience of music therapy by cancer patients with delirium, and the experience of music therapists working with these patients. The researchers are focusing on patients with delirium because of the challenging symptoms of this condition. At MSK, music therapy is routinely used in patients with cancer. Music therapy sessions are done at the patient's bedside, where the music therapist plays live music on a guita...

Music & MEmory: A Pragmatic TRial for Nursing Home Residents With ALzheimer's Disease

The purpose of this trial is to test the effects of a personalized music intervention (Music and Memory, Inc.) on agitated and aggressive behaviors for nursing home residents with dementia.

LifeZig Personalized Reminiscence Video With Slideshows and Music for Individuals With Alzheimer's and Dementia

The LifeZig Project is a research study of a new reminiscence activity for individuals with Alzheimer's Disease (AD) and other types of dementia, based on the LifeZig system, with personalized video channels containing old photographs and music on television. The goal of the LifeZig study is to enhance the quality of life for dementia patients and their families/caregivers, decrease the burden of care, and contribute to positive interaction between dementia patients and famili...

Development of a New Neuroimaging Method Aimed to Differentiate Mnesic Abilities of Alzheimer and Depressed Patients

The purpose of this study is to use a new method to differentiate mnesic abilities of early alzheimer patients and patients with a depressive disorder. This method is based on the recording of cerebral activity while patients listen to familiar, unfamiliar and newly-learned music.

Music Therapy for Patients Being Weaned From Mechanical Ventilation

The purpose of the study is to determine whether Music Therapy interventions can be used as supportive therapy for patients undergoing weaning from mechanical ventilation. The music will support the procedure by serving as a stimulus for relaxation and/or pain and anxiety management.Music used is varied according to subject's preferences.

Central Neuromodulation of Pain Through Music in Healthy Subjects

The present research aims to study the neuromodulatory effect of music on the sensory component of pain. The activation of pain control systems, through music, would pave the way for rehabilitation prospects for patients with a deficit of these controls.

Music as a Perioperative Therapy in Breast Cancer Patients

Music has often been used in hospitals as a therapy but there is a limited amount of research looking at how music actually affects the different molecules in the body, such as cortisol (a marker of stress). There is especially a lack of research in the context of surgery. The hope is that this study will show that music can be used to minimize some of the side effects related to breast surgery and improve the patient experience.

Music Therapy for Palliative Care Patients

This study aims to find out if music therapy is effective in improving the quality of life of palliative care patients. It will do this by comparing palliative care patients who receive music therapy with those who do not receive music therapy.

Effect of Preoperative Music on Anxiety

In this study, we are planning to evaluate whether listening to the music of the patient's choice preoperatively contributes to postoperative anxiety.

Physiological and Perceptual Effects of Music on Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)

The objective of the study is to determine whether music has any effect on resting metabolic rate (RMR), which is the amount of energy expended at rest. There is currently conflicting research on how music affects RMR. One problem with RMR testing is that participants often fall asleep during the test. There can be a 5-10% difference in the metabolic rate between rest and sleep. If no change in RMR is observed, playing music during an RMR test could be a potential strategy to p...

Use Music Therapy In Autism Spectrum Disorder

Music therapy is an established form of creative art therapy. By using music as a specific medium of communication, expression and adapting it to the individual resources and abilities of the patient, music therapy can be beneficial in activating and supporting mental and psycho-physical recover .

Music-based Intervention for the Reduction of Pain

This study aims to compare the impact of listening to frequency-modulated music vs. non-modulated music (both researcher-selected), and to test whether there are differential effects on pain and stress perception. Further, these two conditions will be compared to a third condition, in which participants will be exposed to self-selected non-modulated music. It is hypothesized that both researcher-selected frequency-modulated music and self-selected non-modulated music result in ...

The Effect of Music Therapy on Glutathione Peroxidase, Malondialdehyde and Pain in Oocyt Pick Up Patients.

It is used by music therapists to help the social, physical, emotional, psychological and psychological needs of patients. In a study, music has a positive effect on pain, anxiety, depression, shortness of breath, mood, facial expression and speech . The aim of this study was to investigate analgesia consumption during egg collection and postoperative period of music therapy and to compare and evaluate oxidative stress parameters in blood and follicle fluids.

Music Therapy Protocol to Support Bulbar and Respiratory Functions in ALS

This study evaluates potential of music therapy treatment to support breathing, speech, swallow and cough of persons with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Music therapy is the clinical use of music and its elements to enhance human health and wellbeing. Application of music therapy principles in neurorehabilitation allow to treat cognitive, sensory, and motor dysfunctions.

Music Therapy in Methodist Homes: a Study Investigating the Impact of a Music Therapy Programme

The study is a cluster randomised control trial, which aims to investigate the effectiveness of music therapy in minimising Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD) in older adults with dementia. In particular, the study aims to identify the main components of music therapy that are key in achieving this. The study will also explore carers' perceptions of music therapy, and investigate whether carers become more attentive to patients' needs and more able to man...

Music Intervention on Palliative Patients

Palliative/hospice care patients experience many negative symptoms during their time in such facilities. These symptoms include, but are usually not limited to, pain, anxiety, depression, and so on. This study is interested in exploring how a music intervention can be used to reduce these symptoms in order to improve the quality of life for these patients. Specifically, because music interventions can be costly (e.g., employing music therapists and the likes of) and there is a ...

The Effect of Music Therapy on Analgesia and Oxidative Stress Parameters

Music has been used in the treatment of patient since the time Plato, Hippocrates and Alpharabius were alive. It is used by music therapists to help patients' social, physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs. In a study conducted, it was seen that music has a positive effect on pain, anxiety, depression, shortness of breath, mood, face expression and speech. Our aim is to evaluate the analgesic consumption of music therapy during egg collection applications and to...

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