The markers of interplay between the music therapist and the medically fragile newborn infant

Shoemark, H and Grocke, D (2010) The markers of interplay between the music therapist and the medically fragile newborn infant. Journal of Music Therapy, 47 4: 306-334.

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Author Shoemark, H
Grocke, D
Title The markers of interplay between the music therapist and the medically fragile newborn infant
Journal name Journal of Music Therapy   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0022-2917
Publication date 2010-12
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status
Volume 47
Issue 4
Start page 306
End page 334
Total pages 29
Place of publication Silver Spring, MD, United States
Publisher American Music Therapy Association
Collection year 2011
Language eng
Abstract The purpose of this research was to discover the markers of interplay between the music therapist and the medically fragile newborn infant. Video footage of 3 infants was selected to exemplify 3 significant events in the therapeutic process. Four expert reviewers viewed the footage and completed a video-cued discussion with the therapist/researcher. Reviews and discussions were collated with the therapist-researcher's post-session notes to create rich descriptions from which the articulated and inferred behaviors of both therapist and infant were thematically analyzed. The outcome was 14 sets of behaviors used by the medically fragile newborn infants to Indicate availability for interplay and 20 sets of behaviors the therapist used in response to the infants. The interaction between these behaviors provided 7 markers of interplay between the music therapist and the medically fragile newborn infant. © 2010 by the American Music Therapy Association.
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