Articles about Behavioral Psychology

Pain Among Professional Orchestral Musicians: A Case Study in Body Culture and Health Psychology
Medical Problems of Performing Artists (2013) Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 124-130

Background: Professional musicians experience high rates of muscuoloskeletal pain, but only few studies have investigated how the pain is accepted by musicians. Aim: To investigate the culture of pain and to explore how professional musicians experience and cope with pain. ...

Music as a Means of Addressing the Self-Injurious Behaviour of People with Autism: A Pilot Study on the Views of Music Therapists
Approaches (2012) Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 34-44,71

This article presents a research study, which explores the views of nine music therapists (from Greece and the UK) on the use of music as a therapeutic means of modifying self-injurious behaviour of people with autism. The results show that ...