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ABSTRACT This article discusses three federal initiatives with potential for making significant contributions to the body of research on music and psychological well‐being. Each project involves creative collaborations across US government, and in each case the National Endowment for the Arts...
ABSTRACT This article examines the role of music and musical speech as transitional phenomena, as facilitators of early dyadic and later relationships, as aids to the development of memory, and as assisting in the self‐definition of individuals and groups. It draws on literature from...
ABSTRACT This paper proposes a psychoanalytically‐informed model for the policing of memory and identity in Israel and Palestine. Borrowing from both empirically‐ and clinically‐validated insights into psychopathology, it purports to account for the increasingly frequent attempts of the Israeli...
ABSTRACT The article explores the different routes by which art, and especially music conveys and arouses emotions. Apart from the three formerly discussed routes: the narrative route of narration‐identification, the direct route of isomorphism and the indirect route of ego mastery, a fourth...
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