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1 — presented by — — presented by — Chris Korb, MM, MT-BC Maya Story, MA, MT-BC and Soul Song Project Team Western Region AMTA April 1, 2011 — presented by — — presented by — Chris Korb, MM, MT-BC Maya Story, MA, MT-BC and Soul Song Project Team Western Region AMTA April 1, 2011

2 — presented by — — presented by — Chris Korb, MM, MT-BC Chris Korb, MM, MT-BC Director of Music Therapy Marylhurst University Oregon, USAand Soul Song Project Team World Congress XII of Music Therapy B. A. Argentina — presented by — — presented by — Chris Korb, MM, MT-BC Chris Korb, MM, MT-BC Director of Music Therapy Marylhurst University Oregon, USAand Soul Song Project Team World Congress XII of Music Therapy B. A. Argentina

3 Why?

4 Year One Review of Literature Review of Literature – Choral Literature – Choral Literature – Music & Healing – Music & Healing – Music Education – Music Therapy in the USA, around the globe… – Music Therapy in the USA, around the globe… Seek Grant Funding Seek Grant Funding Consultants for SSP Consultants for SSP Review of Literature Review of Literature – Choral Literature – Choral Literature – Music & Healing – Music & Healing – Music Education – Music Therapy in the USA, around the globe… – Music Therapy in the USA, around the globe… Seek Grant Funding Seek Grant Funding Consultants for SSP Consultants for SSP History of Project —

5 Respiratory Respiratory Energy Levels Energy Levels Stress Stress Respiratory Respiratory Energy Levels Energy Levels Stress Stress Review of Literature — Physiological Research

6 Affect Affect Quality of Life Quality of Life Mood Mood Affect Affect Quality of Life Quality of Life Mood Mood Review of Literature — Emotional Research

7 Singing in a choir significantly improves participants’ energy, stress, and mood and leads to an overall increase in quality of life. An Hypothesis Emerges —

8 Year Two Pilot Studies Begin Portland, Oregon — Collegiate choir Waverly Iowa — Collegiate choir Pilot Studies Begin Portland, Oregon — Collegiate choir Waverly Iowa — Collegiate choir History of Project —

9 Pilot Study 1 Marylhurst University Concert Chorale (Portland, Oregon Marylhurst University Concert Chorale (Portland, Oregon Start date: Winter, 2007 Start date: Winter, 2007 Research collateral Research collateral Conductor Conductor Research team member assigned Research team member assigned Marylhurst University Concert Chorale (Portland, Oregon Marylhurst University Concert Chorale (Portland, Oregon Start date: Winter, 2007 Start date: Winter, 2007 Research collateral Research collateral Conductor Conductor Research team member assigned Research team member assigned History of Project : Year Two

10 Pilot Study 2 Wartburg College Castle Singers (Waverly, Iowa) Wartburg College Castle Singers (Waverly, Iowa) Start date: Spring, 2007 Start date: Spring, 2007 Conductor Conductor Research team member assigned Research team member assigned Wartburg College Castle Singers (Waverly, Iowa) Wartburg College Castle Singers (Waverly, Iowa) Start date: Spring, 2007 Start date: Spring, 2007 Conductor Conductor Research team member assigned Research team member assigned History of Project : Year Two

11 Research Methodology

12 Participants Survey & Consent Form Research Methodology —

13 Personal & demographic information — Social Social Spiritual Spiritual Musical Musical Physical Physical Emotional Emotional Mental Mental Personal & demographic information — Social Social Spiritual Spiritual Musical Musical Physical Physical Emotional Emotional Mental Mental Research Methodology : Surveys

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15 Participants Self-Evaluation Form Research Methodology —

16 Research Methodology : Self-Evaluation

17 Preliminary Observations & Results

18 Preliminary Observations & Results — Data Collection Data Collection Two methods

19 All participants, — all rehearsals Standard Deviations: Preliminary Observations & Results —

20 Energy-Stress-Mood Marylhurst Choir (n=8) Marylhurst Choir (n=8) (near beginning of term) (near beginning of term) Stress: pre = 4.9 post= 3.1 (t = 2.98, P=.01) Stress: pre = 4.9 post= 3.1 (t = 2.98, P=.01) Preliminary Observations & Results — Examples from specific rehearsals:

21 Wartburg Choir (n=16) (near end of term) pre = 5.5 (t = 2.32, P=.02) post = 6.4 pre= 7.6 (3.36, P=.01) post= 6.2 Wartburg Choir (n=16) (near end of term) Energy: pre = 5.5 (t = 2.32, P=.02) post = 6.4 Stress: pre= 7.6 (3.36, P=.01) post= 6.2 Preliminary Observations & Results —

22 Wartburg choir (n=14) near end of term) pre = 6.0 (t=3.77, P=.01) post = 7.1 pre= 7.2 (t=1.99, P=.02) post= 6.2 pre=6.3 (t=2.24, P=.02) post=7.1 Wartburg choir (n=14) (near end of term) Energy: pre = 6.0 (t=3.77, P=.01) post = 7.1 Stress: pre= 7.2 (t=1.99, P=.02) post= 6.2 Mood: pre=6.3 (t=2.24, P=.02) post=7.1 Preliminary Observations & Results —

23 Correlations observed to date Within the survey & demographic data: Mental & emotional Mental & emotional Mental & social Mental & social Spiritual & emotional Spiritual & emotional Within the survey & demographic data: Mental & emotional Mental & emotional Mental & social Mental & social Spiritual & emotional Spiritual & emotional Preliminary Observations & Results —

24 Within the sessions, pre-post for Stress, Energy, and Mood: Mood difference & Energy difference Mood difference & Energy difference Stress difference & Emotional Benefit Stress difference & Emotional Benefit Within the sessions, pre-post for Stress, Energy, and Mood: Mood difference & Energy difference Mood difference & Energy difference Stress difference & Emotional Benefit Stress difference & Emotional Benefit Correlations observed to date (Continued) Preliminary Observations & Results —

25 Refinement of the process Choir Coordinator’s Checklist POMS tool Additional choirs ‘on board’ Grant writing... Choir Coordinator’s Checklist POMS tool Additional choirs ‘on board’ Grant writing... Year Three History of Project —

26 Choirs ‘on board’ for 2008 North County Chorus North County Chorus Paso Robles, California Kardon Chorale Kardon Chorale Philadelphia, Pennsylvania SUNY Albany Community Choir SUNY Albany Community Choir Albany, New York Wartburg College Castle Singers Wartburg College Castle Singers Waverly, Iowa Marylhurst University Community Chorale Marylhurst University Community Chorale Portland, Oregon =FALL’2008 North County Chorus North County Chorus Paso Robles, California Kardon Chorale Kardon Chorale Philadelphia, Pennsylvania SUNY Albany Community Choir SUNY Albany Community Choir Albany, New York Wartburg College Castle Singers Wartburg College Castle Singers Waverly, Iowa Marylhurst University Community Chorale Marylhurst University Community Chorale Portland, Oregon =FALL’2008 History of Project — Year Three

27 Kardon Chorale History of Project — Year Three

28 Modified Pre-Post Graphics for Kardon Chorale

29 Energy Stress Mood Modified Pre-Post Graphics for Kardon Chorale

30 Data analysis in process Data analysis in process History of Project — Year Three

31 Looking Ahead — What’s Possible...

32 : Tasks to be continued: Choirs & coordinators Choirs & coordinators Control groups Control groups Grant writers Grant writers FUNDING, FUNDING!! Choirs & coordinators Choirs & coordinators Control groups Control groups Grant writers Grant writers FUNDING, FUNDING!! Looking Ahead — What’s Possible...

33 Short term studies with select choirs Short term studies with select choirsand/or Longitudinal aspect: specific participants Longitudinal aspect: specific participants Short term studies with select choirs Short term studies with select choirsand/or Longitudinal aspect: specific participants Longitudinal aspect: specific participants Looking Ahead — What’s Possible...

34 Participating choirs Participating choirs Individuals within the choirs Individuals within the choirs Participating choirs Participating choirs Individuals within the choirs Individuals within the choirs Dual-Phase Recruitment Looking Ahead — What’s Possible...

35 We invite you to join us and participate!

36 Research Team Members: Liska McNally, MT-BC Portland, OR Administrative Choir Coordinator Ted Owen, MT-BC Portland, OR Marketing Communications Director Rebbecca Vickerman, MT-BC Portland, OR SSP Choir Liaison Scott Copeland, MS Portland, OR Data Analyst Angie Kopshy, Student MT Portland, OR SSP Choir Liaison Jodi Winnwalker, LSW, MT-BC Portland, OR Special Projects Mgr. Liska McNally, MT-BC Portland, OR Administrative Choir Coordinator Ted Owen, MT-BC Portland, OR Marketing Communications Director Rebbecca Vickerman, MT-BC Portland, OR SSP Choir Liaison Scott Copeland, MS Portland, OR Data Analyst Angie Kopshy, Student MT Portland, OR SSP Choir Liaison Jodi Winnwalker, LSW, MT-BC Portland, OR Special Projects Mgr.

37 Research Team Members Research Team Members(cont.): Maria Olaya, PhD Translator Cheryl Dileo, PhD Research consultant Becky Engen, PhD Research consultant Tony Wigram, PhD Research consultant Maria Olaya, PhD Translator Cheryl Dileo, PhD Research consultant Becky Engen, PhD Research consultant Tony Wigram, PhD Research consultant

38 CIAO!


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