Music can help with a Anxiety reduction
- Anxiety and Depression among teenagers
- Music can help those, especially teenagers cope with their Anxiety
- Music therapy allows teenagers, and students to cope with their Anxiety, Stress and Depression.
- A reduction in anxiety, stress and depression among teenagers and students can be contributed by Music Therapy
- Teenagers and Students who participate in Music Therapy can highly reduce stressors as well as anxiety and depression.
- A reduction in anxiety, stress and depression among teenagers and students can be attributed to Music Therapy
- A reduction in anxiety, stress and depression among teenagers and students can be attributed to by listening to the tempo of music.
Just one thing, Rush. You’re right.
And that may be a problem. Your hypothesis doesn’t require proof. Nobody would deny it.
So, what to do?
The other day I heard a debate on exotic pets that got my attention. A critic said, speaking of ferrets, “This obsession with the well-being of little weasels is just a sickness,” or something like that.
Listen to the broadcast. Tell me if there’s an opening for you to defend the NOT obvious choices some people make to treat exotic species as pets. (And while you’re at it, check out the movie “Lars and the Real Girl” for the insight it might provide into our ability to devote care and affection to inanimate objects.)
Like all feedback, this is meant to begin a conversation, Rush.
I am eager to hear your reply.
That is an interesting source! I will definitely be checking out the debate and reading more about it as well as the other movie to gather more ideas and a more specific hypothesis. I will reply once again after I have accomplished both tasks.
You might want to keep an eye on the conversation we’re having over at f0restrun’s My Hypothesis post about interactions between students, geriatric patients, and very realistic dolls/robots. Benefits similar to those we achieve by interacting with pets and animals seem to be available when we interact with inanimate objects too.
Just leaving this comment to signify that I changed my topic. I did send you the text previously, and I put it in the feedback please section.
Got it. Thanks RushHour.
“A reduction in anxiety, stress and depression among teenagers and students can be ATTRIBUTED TO Music Therapy”
Keep an eye on the work of ohsosillybones whose Hypothesis, much like yours, considers music as a vital part of a high school curriculum.
Thank you so much, will definitely look at it and check it out.
It should come as no surprise that therapy of any kind would benefit recipients/participants in several ways including stress reduction and soothing of anxiety, RH. I’ll be watching your Purposeful Summaries of your sources attentively for signs of counterintuitivity, hoping that something surprising will surface to help your paper stand out from many that will detail the positive outcomes.