AMMT notes MED 545 Music in Rehabilitation
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Date Created: 03/13/15
3515 COGNITION EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS MEFT Ability to formulate goals ability to anticipate consequences ability to plan and organize behavior to monitor and adapt what you39re doing in the moment MEFT The use of improvisatory and compositional experiences to practice executive function skills within a social context COGNITION MEMORY LEARNING AND MEMORY 3 stage process Encoding Storage and retrieval Encoding receiving and processing new information as a new event occurs active processing of information in the moment learning Storage the information is put into memory for later learning Retrieval Recalling the information when needed memory Recall An example includes fillintheblank questions Recognition An example includes multiple choice questions Explicit declarative is conscious memory This includes verbal mental images and memories 2 types of explicit memory episodic autobiographical and semantic facts MMT MMT The use of musical experiences to address various encoding and recall functions includes encoding storage and retrieval Mnemonic pattern you put together that helps you organize information Patterned information processing when sensory information follows predictable patterns it is easier to rehearse the information easier to store the information and easier to chunk it An example includes a song that has steps of what to do in the morning AMMT AMMT use of musical mood induction techniques to assist in either memory recall mood state that is congruent to a memory or in learning and memory intentionally induce a positive mood state in the learning and recall process Affect modi cation Pleasant mood can enhance rehearsal storage and recall Reminiscence goals in AMMT Recall or review of life events to determine the importance or to cope with loss Process Group singing then processing semistructured discussion reca personal experiences that are relevant to the song determine importancemeaning of their memories
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