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The relationship between how music influences wellbeing
Transcript of The relationship between how music influences wellbeing
The Relationship Between music & a Persons Well-being
Does music effect individuals’ perception of well being?
Literature Review: Music & Well-being
Lauren Nott, Jessica Lush, Johanna Entz
Literature review: Music
Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS)
Positive and Negative Affect Scale (PANAS)
The relationship between music and well-being: How and why does it exist?
The effects of music on stress and well-being
The use of music in well-being across cultures
The use of music in mental health and well-being
Independent Variable: Type of music
Levels of Independence: no music/ major/ minor
Dependent Variable: Well-being
Wellness: the quality or state of being in good health, especially as an actively sought goal (Wolf et al. 2012, 164).
Well being among young adults aged 18-35. generally a self report amount of data since everyone has a different view for themselves.
Our study will also look at if there is a religious aspect of Well Being or if being involved in a religious practice can influence.
Listening to music could be for pleasure, emotion regulation, and identity formation It could also be for peer relatedness and friendship.
There are numerous of studies that suggest that music influenced different aspects of a person’s development, health and their quality of life
Music balances out brain stem controlled measures, including heart rate, pulse, blood pressure, body temperature, and muscle tension.
Stimulating music produces increases in cardiovascular measures, where relaxing music produces decreases in cardiovascular measures. (Chanda, M., Levitin, D., 2013).
Experimental Method Study
Introduction to Psychology II at Crandall University
Participants will fill out three surveys
It will take 10-15 minutes
Debrief with participants
Mood of the participants on the day the study is conducted: people will be randomly assigned to groups in an attempt to even this out
With different experimenters and in different rooms: not much we can do about that but recognize that it’s there
Separating into groups might make people aware that there is an experiment being conducted rather than simply a survey.
All students are intro psych, therefore not necessarily the best representation of the general population.
Recognition of the music could affect their scores
Using PANAS and SWL Scales we will attempt to determine whether music in a major or minor
key has an effect on individuals perceived well being
We predict that music in a major or minor key will affect the subjective well-being of
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