Volume 1, Autumn 2018
Kelly Jakubowski (p.1)
The Efficacy of Music Therapy and Specific Musical Stimuli on People with Dementia: A Critical Review
Rowena Ashby (p. 2-9)
Rhiannon Bailey (p. 10-16)
The Effect and Reliability of Musical Fit on Influencing Consumer Purchases: Explored Through Several Different Demographics
Annabella Bruschini (p. 17-23)
Critical Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Music Therapy, Music Making and Music Medicine on Mental Health as Rehabilitation Therapy in Prisons
Hannah Cox (p. 24-31)
Libby Dillon (p. 32-36)
Isabella Elwes (p. 37-42)
Rowan Evans (p. 43-47)
How Does the Effect of Background Music on the Performance of a Reading Comprehension Task Differ Across Musically ‘Trained’ and ‘Untrained’ Individuals?
Rebecca Shamara Herath (p. 48-53)
How Important is Parental Involvement in A Child’s Musical Education for the Achievement of Musical Success?
Ellie Knott (p. 54-61)
Nina Kümin (p. 62-69)
Searching for Memory Lane: The Extent that Music can Aid in the Treatment of Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease
Tristan Latchford (p. 70-76)
Isabel Mastrolonardo (p. 77-83)
A Comparison between the Cognitive and Emotional Qualities of Music-Evoked Autobiographical Memories and Film-Evoked Autobiographical Memories
Charlotte McVicker (p. 84-100)
Sonia Vallentin (p. 101-108)
What Does it Mean to be Musical? A Critical Evaluation of Recent Instruments Designed for the Measurement of Musical Ability in the General Population
Bethany Weston (p. 109-115)
Durham Undergraduate Research in Music & Science is published by the Durham University Music Department (Durham, UK).
References to any of this work in other student projects or publications should be accompanied by appropriate citations and bibliographic entries, for instance:
Ashby, R. (2018). The efficacy of music therapy and specific musical stimuli on people with dementia: A critical review. Durham Undergraduate Research in Music & Science, 1, 2-9.