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An exploration of the influences on the choices of theoretical frameworks which inform music therapy practice when working with adults within a forensic mental health service (2019)Forensic Psychiatry is a specialised field of medicine which incorporates both general psychiatry and the criminal justice system. This is involves the safe assessment and treatment of Forensic patients who are subject ...
Music therapy in an acquired brain injury rehabilitation centre: exploring a therapeutic relationship with a service user with traumatic brain injury (2019)There is a growing evidence base concerning music therapy and acquired brain injury, and music therapy and acquired brain injury in rehabilitation settings. Research into this area has broadly focused on the use of music ...
Reflections on a student’s placement experience in a hospice: Setting up a new music therapy service. (2019)Background: Research has shown that a music therapy service brings value to a hospice setting. Patients receive treatment in hospices for numerous symptoms that can be experienced with terminal illness. Due to its holistic ...
(Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2018)The Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) assesses brainstem function. This thesis explores the click and speech ABR in both healthy adults and adults with alcohol dependence syndrome (ADS). Experiment One undertook ...
AN ARTICULATORY-ACOUSTIC INVESTIGATION OF TIMING AND COORDINATION IN THE FLUENT SPEECH OF PEOPLE WHO STAMMER (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2019)This thesis investigates Wingate’s Fault-Line hypothesis (1988) which suggests that disfluencies in people who stammer (PWS) result from a deficit in transition from consonant to vowel (CV) thereby implying that stammering ...