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Music, Health, and Wellbeing$
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Raymond MacDonald, Gunter Kreutz, and Laura Mitchell

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199586974

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199586974.001.0001

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Music Listening and Mental Health: Variations on Internalizing Psychopathology

Music Listening and Mental Health: Variations on Internalizing Psychopathology

Chapter 34 Music Listening and Mental Health: Variations on Internalizing Psychopathology
Music, Health, and Wellbeing

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Patrick Gaudreau

Régine Debrosse

Julien Morizot

Laurence J. Kirmayer

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This chapter focuses on the role of music listening in psychopathology, which here refers to ‘patterns of behaviours, cognitions, and emotions that are abnormal, disruptive, or distressing either to the person or others around the person. First, it offers a conceptual framework arguing that music listening may have influences on internalizing psychopathology because: music can involve emotion regulation and coping; songs may have social cognitive influences; and music can have psychotherapeutic effects. Second, it presents a review of the empirical literature according to seven basic methodological strategies (models) that can also be used to design future studies: risk factors, compensatory factors, common causes, mediators, moderators, protective factors, and precipitating factors.

Keywords:   music listening, psychopathology, music studies, emotions, emotion regulation, risk factors

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