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Investigating embodied music cognition for health and well-being

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The aim of this chapter is to highlight challenges involved in the successful deployment of the rather young paradigm of embodied music cognition in the comprehensive domain of health and wellbeing. Both our current society and systematic musicology are experiencing transitions that have given rise to cross-disciplinary research collaboration between researchers in musicology, the sciences, and a variety of stakeholders in health and well-being. It has been shown that the interdisciplinary, empirical approach that typifies embodied music cognition research has the potential to bring new perspectives to therapeutic approaches for well-being. However, to bring this potential to fruition, researchers have to face the many challenges that arise from the difficulties of using new methods and technologies, especially when working in unfamiliar domains and contexts. In this chapter a framework is presented that provides support to the prominent question of how know-how from the paradigm of embodied music cognition can be efficiently transferred to the sectors of health, rehabilitation, and well-being.
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Embodied Music Cognition, Health, Well-being, Systematic Musicology

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Lesaffre, Micheline. “Investigating Embodied Music Cognition for Health and Well-being.” Springer Handbook of Systematic Musicology. Ed. Rolf Bader. Berlin: Springer, 2018. 779–791. Print.
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Lesaffre, M. (2018). Investigating embodied music cognition for health and well-being. In R. Bader (Ed.), Springer handbook of systematic musicology (pp. 779–791). Berlin: Springer.
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Lesaffre, Micheline. 2018. “Investigating Embodied Music Cognition for Health and Well-being.” In Springer Handbook of Systematic Musicology, ed. Rolf Bader, 779–791. Berlin: Springer.
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Lesaffre, Micheline. 2018. “Investigating Embodied Music Cognition for Health and Well-being.” In Springer Handbook of Systematic Musicology, ed. Rolf Bader, 779–791. Berlin: Springer.
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Lesaffre M. Investigating embodied music cognition for health and well-being. In: Bader R, editor. Springer handbook of systematic musicology. Berlin: Springer; 2018. p. 779–91.
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M. Lesaffre, “Investigating embodied music cognition for health and well-being,” in Springer handbook of systematic musicology, R. Bader, Ed. Berlin: Springer, 2018, pp. 779–791.
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young paradigm of embodied music cognition in the comprehensive domain of health and wellbeing.
Both our current society and systematic musicology are experiencing transitions that have
given rise to cross-disciplinary research collaboration between researchers in musicology, the
sciences, and a variety of stakeholders in health and well-being. It has been shown that the interdisciplinary, empirical approach that typifies embodied music cognition research has the potential
to bring new perspectives to therapeutic approaches for well-being. However, to bring this
potential to fruition, researchers have to face the many challenges that arise from the difficulties of using new methods and technologies, especially when working in unfamiliar domains and contexts. In this chapter a framework is presented that provides support to the prominent question of how know-how from the paradigm of embodied music cognition can be efficiently transferred to the sectors of health, rehabilitation, and well-being.},
  author       = {Lesaffre, Micheline},
  booktitle    = {Springer handbook of systematic musicology},
  editor       = {Bader, Rolf},
  isbn         = {9783662550021},
  issn         = {2522-8692},
  keywords     = {Embodied Music Cognition,Health,Well-being,Systematic Musicology},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {779--791},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  series       = {Springer Handbooks},
  title        = {Investigating embodied music cognition for health and well-being},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-55004-5_36},
  year         = {2018},
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