MUSIC 2MT3 TEST/QUIZ BANK, MUSIC 2MT3 ALL Quizzes With Best Complete Solution Rated A
Why is improvisation an effective intervention in music therapy?
a)... [Show More] there are no mistakes
b) offers a creative, nonverbal means of expressing thoughts are feelings
c) provides control
d) all listed options - d) all listed options
it's not ethical to facilitate the adjustment of sleep cycles. for this reason, music therapists are most likely to refuse including this goal in the MT treatment plan -
individuals in palliative care are usually too weak to play instruments and engage in improvising musically - false
if a music therapist is referred to work with an individual in palliative care, it would be unethical for the client to ask family members to be involved in any way in the client's MT session - false
In the palliative care reading about Jean, which of the following is true
a) the music therapist engaged Jean in GIM
b) the music therapist used the iso-principle
c) the music therapist engaged Jean in songwriting
d) the music therapist and Jean musically improvised together - b) the music therapist used the iso-principle
There is a specific area of the brain that has been identified as responsible for responding to music. If the area is damaged, an individual will not be able to engage in any way to music - false
Improvising as a Music Therapy intervention is always freely created without any kind of rules - False
Music therapy research can only be found in music therapy journals - False
What is the most common symptom experienced in palliative care?
d) dyspnea - c) pain
Grounding as an improvising technique is usually implemented by the music therapist for the following reason:
a) to provide a sense of structure or security to a client's improvisation
b) as a "playing rule"
c) as part of the Analytical Music Therapy Model
d) to assist with vocal expression - a) to provide a sense of structure or security to a client's improvisation
Which of the following is true?
a) it is not possible to conduct research about the impact of MT in neonatal care as babies cannot engage in the interventions
b) since it is not possible for infants in NICU to engage in MT, parents/caregivers are often provided the opportunity to engage in MT to manage the stressful experience of having a child in NICU
c) a MT behavioural approach can enhance sucking behaviours of infants in NICU
d) all of the above - c) a MT behavioural approach can enhance sucking behaviours of infants in NICU
MT in NICU is most likely to draw upon which technique to reach health care goals? [Show Less]