Neuropsychological processes in music perception and their relevance in music therapy.
Journal/Book: Music therapy in the treatment of adults with mental disorders: Theoretical bases and clinical interventions. 1990; New York. Schirmer. 3-32. Bibliog., charts, tables.
Abstract: Explains how music stimuli can evoke and influence thinking and feeling processes and thus contribute toward changing abnormal patterns of living into desirable behavior. The theories of Leonard B. Meyer, George Mandler, and Daniel E. Berlyne are reviewed. (Pope, Betty)
Keyword(s): perception > neuropsychological processes > relevance to music therapy; . therapy > mentally ill > use of neuropsychology; meyer, leonard b. > theoretical works > relevance to music therapy; . mandler, george > theoretical works > relevance to music therapy; . berlyne, daniel e. > theoretical works > relevance to music therapy