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Music And Medicine - Healing Brain Injury Through Ragas
Music And Medicine - Healing Brain Injury Through Ragas

Music And Medicine - Healing Brain Injury Through Ragas

by Shashi Bhushan Singh

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Language

English

Publisher

CBH Publications

ISBN

789383811298 - Year: 2016 - Pages: 108

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Paperback

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Author: Shashi Bhushan Singh
Soubhik Chakraborty/Several Contributors
Publisher: CBH Publications
Year: 2016
Language: English
Pages: 108
ISBN/UPC (if available): 789383811298

Description

While music and medicine and music therapy are now widely practiced in the hospitals in the western countries, India is very much lagging behind in such pursuits, despite the rich tradition of ragas in Indian classical music. Encouraged by the successful implementation and researches on western music as a therapeutic tool in the developed countries, this study was undertaken based on Hindustani ragas on Indian patients.

The implications of the present findings will definitely encourage other professional statisticians and medical community to come forward and collaborate with doctors in different areas of medicine and promoting and establishing music and music therapy as a profession in India. Last but not the least, music – especially classical music – has the power to improve one’s conscience and hence can help us in becoming a better human being. The methodology adopted in the study has been widely practiced in deciding on the medical treatment for the specific situations in the case of neurological studies as well. It is hoped that this study will pave the way for more such studies in the area of music therapy.

An audio CD of the music presented and used in the series has been recorded and is available along with the book. The music has been rendered by different artists

Contents

Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1.Historical Background
1.2.Scientific Background
1.3.Literature review

Chapter 2 : A Critical Comparison between Indian and Western music

Chapter 3: Impact of music on brain: A scientific overview
3.1.Brain Structure
3.2.Brain’s embryology
3.3.Major subdivisions of brain
3.4.Language area in the brain
3.5.Lateralization & dominance of cortical functioning
3.6.Are we born musical?
3.7.Link between Genetics and Music
3.8.Central and Peripheral Pathways
3.8.1.Dopaminergic pathways in Brain

Chapter 4: Impact of Hindustani Ragas on the Level of Mood Depression in Patients with Cerebrovascular Accident and Diffuse Head Injury.
4.1 Chapter introduction
4.2 Materials and Methods
4.3 Experimental results
4.4 Discussion
4.5 Chapter conclusion

Chapter 5: Impact of Hindustani Ragas on Verbal and Non-verbal memories of Patients with Cerebro- vascular Accident and Diffuse Head Injury
5.1 Chapter introduction
5.2 Experimental results
5.3 Discussion
5.4 Chapter conclusion

Chapter 6: Training nonmusical patients to receive the medicinal benefits of ragas: A statistical approach
6.1 Chapter introduction
6.2 Methodology
6.3 Experimental results
6.4 Chapter conclusion

Chapter 7: Concluding remarks


Appendices
Bibliography
Glossary

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