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MUSS5731M
Module Reading List

Music, Wellbeing and its Evaluation, 2019/20, Semester 1, 2
Dr Freya Bailes
f.bailes@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Key text

MacDonald, R., Kreutz, G. & Mitchell, L. (Eds.) (2012). Music, Health, & Wellbeing. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Reference books

Ansdell, G. (2014). How Music Helps in Music Therapy and Everyday Life. United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

Antonietti, A., Colombo, B., & DeRocher, B. R. (2018). Music Interventions for Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Palgrave Pivot.  

Bartleet, B.-L. & Higgins, L. (Eds.) (2018). The Oxford Handbook of Community Music. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Bunt, L. (2014). Music Therapy: An Art Beyond Words. Hove, New York: Routledge.

Creech, A., Hallam, S., Varvarigou, M., & McQueen, H. (2014). Active Ageing with Music: Supporting Wellbeing in the Third and Fourth Ages. London: Institute of Education Press.  

DeNora, T. (2013). Music Asylums: Wellbeing through Music in Everyday Life. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.

Edwards, J. (2007). Music: Promoting Health and Creating Community in Healthcare Contexts. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Pub.

Edwards, J. (Ed.) (2016). Oxford Handbook of Music Therapy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Rickard, N. S., & McFerran, K. (Eds.). (2012). Lifelong Engagement with Music: Benefits for Mental Health and Well-Being: Nova Science Publishers.

Tervaniemi, M., Fachner, J. C. & O'Kelly, J. (Eds.) (2017). Dialogues in Music Therapy and Music Neuroscience: Collaborative Understanding Driving Clinical Advances. Frontiers Media SA.

Wheeler, B. L. & Murphy, K. M. (Eds.) (2016). Music Therapy Research: Third EditionBarcelona Publishers. 

Wigram, T., Pedersen, I. N. & Bonde, L. O. (2002). A Comprehensive Guide to Music Therapy: Theory, Clinical Practice, Research and Training. London, Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 

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Book sections

Kreutz, G., & von Ossietzky, C. (2016). The value of music for public health. In S. Clift & P. M. Camic (Eds.), Oxford Textbook of Creative Arts, Health, and Wellbeing: International Perspectives on Practice, Policy and Research. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Journal articles

Daykin, N., Mansfield, L., Meads, C., Julier, G., Tomlinson, A., Payne, A., . . . Victor, C. (2017). What works for wellbeing? A systematic review of wellbeing outcomes for music and singing in adults. Perspectives in Public Health138(1), 39–46. doi:10.1177/1757913917740391

Diener, E. (2013). The remarkable changes in the science of subjective well-being. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 8, 663-666. doi:10.1177/1745691613507583

Krause, A. E., Davidson, J. W., & North, A. C. (2018). Musical activity and well-being: A new quantitative measurement instrument. Music Perception35(4), 454-474. doi:10.1525/MP/2018.35.4.454

Weinberg, M. K., & Joseph, D. (2017). If you're happy and you know it: Music engagement and subjective wellbeing. Psychology of Music, 45(2), 257-267. doi:10.1177/0305735616659552

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Public reports

Daykin, N., & Joss, T. (2016). Arts for health and wellbeing: An evaluation framework.

This list was last updated on 03/09/2019