METHODS OF MUSIC THERAPY AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF BIOELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF STUDENTS' BRAINS WHILE LISTENING TO THE MUSICAL COMPOSITION OF THE AUDIBLE FREQUENCY SPECTRUM

  • Dariia Liashko National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute"
Keywords: electroencephalogram, spectral analysis, musical composition, bioelectrical activity

Abstract

The object of the study. Experimental research of music therapy methods.

The problem to be solved. Determining the influence of selected musical composition of the audible frequency spectrum on the bioelectrical activity of students' brains, in particular alpha-, beta- and theta-rhythms.

Main scientific results. The dependence of the influence on the bioelectrical activity of the brain of the compositions of the three frequency bands both individually and the composition as a whole is revealed. The dependence of alpha, beta and theta rhythms is shown.

The area of ​​practical use of the research results. Medical institutions specializing in the treatment of disorders of the central nervous system, organic brain damage, stress, and its effective psychological rehabilitation.

An innovative technological product. A technique of music therapy that allows to determine how different frequency ranges affect the bioelectrical activity of the human brain.

The area of application of an innovative technological product. Clinical practice of using a music therapy.

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2020-12-30
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Liashko, D. (2020). METHODS OF MUSIC THERAPY AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF BIOELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF STUDENTS’ BRAINS WHILE LISTENING TO THE MUSICAL COMPOSITION OF THE AUDIBLE FREQUENCY SPECTRUM. ScienceRise, (6), 74-80. https://doi.org/10.21303/2313-8416.2020.001561
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Innovative technologies in healthcare