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January 5, 2015

Latest Article Alert from Psychology of Well-Being: Theory, Research and Practice

Editorial for “Music and Well-Being” special issue of PWB
Rickard NS
Psychology of Well-Being 2014, 4 :26 (18 December 2014)
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Beyond positive and negative trait affect: Flourishing through music engagement
Chin T, Rickard NS
Psychology of Well-Being 2014, 4 :25 (18 December 2014)
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An exploratory study of the impact of group singing activities on lucidity, energy, focus, mood and relaxation for persons with dementia and their caregivers
Davidson JW, Almeida RA
Psychology of Well-Being 2014, 4 :24 (18 December 2014)
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What can’t music do?
DeNora T, Ansdell G
Psychology of Well-Being 2014, 4 :23 (18 December 2014)
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Contextualized music listening: playlists and the Mehrabian and Russell model
Krause AE, North AC
Psychology of Well-Being 2014, 4 :22 (18 December 2014)
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Adolescents’ expression and perception of emotion in music reflects their broader abilities of emotional communication
Saarikallio S, Vuoskoski J, Luck G
Psychology of Well-Being 2014, 4 :21 (18 December 2014)
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Managing performance anxiety and improving mental skills in conservatoire students through performance psychology training: a pilot study
Osborne MS, Greene DJ, Immel DT
Psychology of Well-Being 2014, 4 :18 (18 December 2014)
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Musical improvisation and health: a review
MacDonald R, Wilson GB
Psychology of Well-Being 2014, 4 :20 (18 December 2014)
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