Μουσικές εμπειρίες δια βίου μάθηση και ευζωία

Type Συνεδρία (Session)
Start 1 year ago ( Sunday, 17 April 2022, 13:15 )
Duration 01:15:00
Chair Ετμεκτσόγλου Ιωάννα
Code Σ22
room Αίθουσα Γ
Αδαμοπούλου Χριστιάνα, Αναγνωστοπούλου Χριστίνα, Βερύκοκκος Νίκος, Ζιάζιαρης Νίκος, Κέρζελη Κική, Σαρέλλας Μάριος

A way to feel less lonely: Presentation of οn-line music workshops for the students and staff of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens during the pandemic, as part of the New Biopsychosocial Care Unit myEKPA.

Following many years of effort, the New Bio-psychosocial Care Unit for Students and Staff of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (also called myEKPA), was founded in 2020. The purpose of the new Unit has been to promote health and well-being of students and staff, by introducing artistic activities among other interventions. The foundation of the Unit coincided with the advent of the... Read More

community music, university, on-line musical activities, Covid-19 pandemic

Τριανταφυλλάκη Αγγελική, Χρυσοστόμου Σμαράγδα, Αναγνωστοπούλου Χριστίνα

Music and wellbeing: Exploring undergraduate students' perceptions of the role of music in their lives during the pandemic

During the pandemic and the recurring lockdowns, a range of studies explored the positive impact of music on mental health, as well as the ways in which music was understood as a “way out” for various age groups. Research has indicated that listening to music is connected in multiple ways to mental health, significantly affecting self-regulation and decreasing stress, anxiety and levels of pain... Read More

Music, wellbeing, music usage, pandemic

Ευπραξία Φαρμάκη

Choral singing as an educational process for the third age: A case study of the choir ‘Evesto’

According to Mezirow's theory of Transformative Learning (1994), it is possible for the elderly to be led through education to critical reflection and revision of their dysfunctional beliefs, as usually are their low self-image and the assumption that they are no longer capable of learning. Specifically, learning through art, in the context of group art programs, has emerged as one of the most... Read More

adult education, choral singing, lifelong learning, third age, transformative learning

Μαρία Παπαζαχαρίου-Χριστοφόρου

Incorporating musical activities during the daily care of an infant: a case study of a mother

Musicality is evident from infancy and as reported by Dionyssiou (2018) "is defined as a natural tendency of children to music, which is expressed either as a physical need to coordinate with music, or as an expression of music in the body , while at the same time it is accompanied by pleasure and expression of emotions "(Dionyssiou, 2018, p. 55). 

According to Trevarhten and Malloch... Read More

communicative musicality, mother-infant musical interaction, music during infant's daily care