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Benefits of singing | Physical
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1hearts align through songMusic structure determines heart rate variability of singersVickhoff, Björn; Malmgren, Helge; Aström, Rickard; Nyberg, Gunnar; Ekström, Seth-Reino; Engwall, Mathias et al. (2013): Music structure determines heart rate variability of singers. In: Frontiers in psychology 4, S. 334. In: Frontiers in psychology 4Englishhttp://bit.ly/bosphysical1https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00334/full
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2heart rates balance themselves outCardiorespiratory optimization during improvised singing and toningBernardi, N. F.; Snow, S.; Peretz, I.; Orozco Perez, H. D.; Sabet-Kassouf, N.; Lehmann, A. (2017): Cardiorespiratory optimization during improvised singing and toning. In: Scientific reports 7 (1), S. 8113. In: Scientific reports 7 (1)Englishhttp://bit.ly/bosphsysical2https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-07171-2
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3improved cardiac functionCardiac and respiratory patterns synchronize between persons during choir singingMüller, Viktor; Lindenberger, Ulman (2011): Cardiac and respiratory patterns synchronize between persons during choir singing. In: PloS one 6 (9), e24893.In: PloS one 6 (9)Englishhttp://bit.ly/bosphysical3https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0024893
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4improved brain functioningTowards a neural basis of music perception. In: Trends in cognitive sciencesKoelsch, Stefan; Siebel, Walter A. (2005): Towards a neural basis of music perception. In: Trends in cognitive sciences 9 (12), S. 578–584. In: Trends in cognitive sciences 9 (12)Germanhttp://bit.ly/bosphysical4https://stefan-koelsch.de/papers/MU_koelsch_04_05_30.11.2005.pdf
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5improving immunological systemEffects of choir singing or listening on secretory immunoglobulin A, cortisol, and emotional stateKreutz, Gunter; Bongard, Stephan; Rohrmann, Sonja; Hodapp, Volker; Grebe, Dorothee (2004): Effects of choir singing or listening on secretory immunoglobulin A, cortisol, and emotional state. In: Journal of behavioral medicine 27 (6), S. 623–635.In: Journal of behaviroral medicine 27 (6)Englishhttp://bit.ly/bosphysical5https://www.researchgate.net/publication/8063178_Effects_of_Choir_Singing_or_Listening_on_Secretory_Immunoglobulin_A_Cortisol_and_Emotional_State
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6improved respiratory functioningSinging for respiratory health: theory, evidence and challenges. In: Health promotion internationalGick, Mary L.; Nicol, Jennifer J. (2016): Singing for respiratory health: theory, evidence and challenges. In: Health promotion international 31 (3), S. 725–734.In: Health promotion international 31 (3)Englishhttp://bit.ly/bosphysical6https://academic.oup.com/heapro/article/31/3/725/1749879
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Benefits of singing | Psychological
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1inter - and intra-personal communicationSinging as Inter- and Intra-personal CommunicationWelch, Graham F.; Preti, Costanza (2019): Singing as Inter- and Intra-personal Communication. In: Graham F. Welch, David M. Howard, John Nix und Costanza Preti (Hg.): The Oxford Handbook of Singing: Oxford University Press, S. 368–392.Oxford Universirty PressEnglishhttp://bit.ly/bospsychological1https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199660773.001.0001/oxfordhb-9780199660773-e-73
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2development of individual identity through musicAdolescent perceptions of singing: exploring gendered differences in musical confidence, identity and ambitionOrton, Alice; Pitts, Stephanie E. (2019): Adolescent perceptions of singing: exploring gendered differences in musical confidence, identity and ambition. In: Music Education Research 21 (1), S. 40–51. In: Music Education Research 21 (1)Englishhttp://bit.ly/bospsychological2https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Adolescent-perceptions-of-singing%3A-exploring-in-and-Orton-Pitts/0ba5a42e3d76efe04538937fe081162ed6f075eb
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3singing is an outlet for our feelingsThe Effects of Group Singing on MoodUnwin, Margaret M.; Kenny, Dianna T.; Davis, Pamela J. (2016): The Effects of Group Singing on Mood. In: Psychology of Music 30 (2), S. 175–185. In: Psychology of Music 30 (2)Englishhttp://bit.ly/bospsychological3https://www.researchgate.net/publication/223995102_The_Effects_of_Group_Singing_on_Mood
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Benefits of singing | Social
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1enhanced sense of social inclusionSinging and social inclusionWelch, Graham F.; Himonides, Evangelos; Saunders, Jo; Papageorgi, Ioulia; Sarazin, Marc (2014): Singing and social inclusion. In: Frontiers in psychology 5, S. 803. In: Frontiers in psychology 5Englishhttp://bit.ly/bossocial1https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00803/full
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2improved social skillsThe ice-breaker effect: singing mediates fast social bondingPearce, Eiluned; Launay, Jacques; Dunbar, Robin I. M. (2015): The ice-breaker effect: singing mediates fast social bonding. In: Royal Society open science 2 (10), S. 150221. In: Royal Society open science 2 (10Englishhttp://bit.ly/bossocial2https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283635795_The_ice-breaker_effect_Singing_mediates_fast_social_bonding
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Benefits of singing | Educational
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1improved reading skillsThe Impact of Singing-Integrated Reading Instruction on the Oral Reading Fluency and Motivation of Elementary Students in an Out-of-School Time ProgramMoorehead-Carter, Yvette (2015): The Impact of Singing-Integrated Reading Instruction on the Oral Reading Fluency and Motivation of Elementary Students in an Out-of-School Time Program. VCU Libraries.VCU LibrariesEnglishhttp://bit.ly/boseducational1https://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4933&context=etd
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2Intellectual engagement with musicThe power of music: Its impact on the intellectual, social and personal development of children and young peopleHallam, Susan (2010): The power of music: Its impact on the intellectual, social and personal development of children and young people. In: International Journal of Music Education 28 (3), S. 269–289. In: International Journal of Music Education 28 (3)Englishhttp://bit.ly/boseducational2https://www.researchgate.net/publication/242560857_The_power_of_music_Its_impact_on_the_intellectual_social_and_personal_development_of_children_and_young_people
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3realisation of musical potentialMusical potentialHallam, Susan; Cross, Ian; Thaut, Michael; McPherson, Gary (2012): Musical potential: Oxford University Press (1).Oxford University PressEnglishhttp://bit.ly/boseducational3https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199298457.001.0001/oxfordhb-9780199298457-e-024
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4singing will make you more competent in your own language, including an improvement in reading skills.Using Singing and Movement to Teach Pre-reading Skills and Word Reading to Kindergarten Children: An Exploratory StudyWalton, Patrick (2014): Using Singing and Movement to Teach Pre-reading Skills and Word Reading to Kindergarten Children: An Exploratory Study. In: L & L 16 (3), S. 54. In: L&L 16 (3)Englishhttp://bit.ly/boseducational4https://www.researchgate.net/publication/268804254_Using_Singing_and_Movement_to_Teach_Pre-reading_Skills_and_Word_Reading_to_Kindergarten_Children_An_Exploratory_Study
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5reading lyrics and music are processed in the same neurocortical regions for symbol decodingSong and speech: brain regions involved with perception and covert productionCallan, Daniel E.; Tsytsarev, Vassiliy; Hanakawa, Takashi; Callan, Akiko M.; Katsuhara, Maya; Fukuyama, Hidenao; Turner, Robert (2006): Song and speech: brain regions involved with perception and covert production. In: NeuroImage 31 (3), S. 1327–1342. DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2006.01.036.In: NeuroImage 31 (3)Englishhttp://bit.ly/boseducational5https://www.academia.edu/6670691/Song_and_speech_Brain_regions_involved_with_perception_and_covert_production
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