In our “Throwback Thursday,” here is a MTRB podcast from 2010 dissecting some articles on social skills in autism, music perception, and more!
Hi MTRB subscribers/listeners! It’s been a “long-ish” spring semester and we’ve been behind in getting some more MTRB podcasts out. So, to tide you over are a few podcasts we’ll release in the summer that we thought we had lost entirely, and can make available to you!
Here’s episode #1, when we first started the podcast in 2010 and gave you and idea of what we wanted to do with it. Enjoy an “almost throwback Thursday,” but on a Wednesday, MTRB podcast!
Evidence-based practice (EBP) has been a hot topic for the past few years in music therapy. If you have heard of EBP but don’t know exactly what it means, this post will give you the basics. Continue reading
Music therapists who work with older adults will often notice a change in affect and interest with music stimuli. A recent study compared music to 25 other forms of stimuli including social interaction, work, or reading. Continue reading
Many of us have probably seen news headlines in the past week announcing that “music therapy may ease anxiety” or “music may help” patient with cancer. These headlines are referring to the newly published Cochrane Review that looked at music therapy for outcomes in patients with cancer. Continue reading
This interview is a supplement to the two blog posts by guest author Krystal Demaine regarding Neurosciences and Music IV in Edinburgh, Scotland in June 2011.
This week MTRB is featuring a guest post by Krystal Demaine MEd, MT-BC, who attended the Neurosciences and Music IV conference in Edinburgh, Scotland. This conference was subtitled Learning and Memory and brought together Neuroscientists, Neurologists, Musicians, Music Educators, Music Therapists, and Researchers in fields of music cognition and perception. Learn about current international research in this two-part guest post. Continue reading