Forskning kring körsång

Körsången effekter är stora!

Här har vi listat flera studier och andra ”bra att ha sidor” kring hälsa och körsång. En del studier innefattar fler än en kategori och då har vi valt att lägga dessa på flera ställen. Allt för att det ska bli enklare för dig att hitta rätt.

Trevlig läsning!

 

Arbetsplasten, Social samhörighet

Does Singing Facilitate Social Bonding?

Social bonding

The ice-breaker effect: singing mediates fast social bonding

Choir singing improves health, happiness – and is the perfect icebreaker

Körsång som förenande kraft

Sjung, sjung för livet! – En studie av körsång som pedagogisk verksamhet
och av deltagarnas upplevelse av hälsa och livskvalitet

Regelbundet återkommande kulturaktiviteter på arbetsplatsen

An evaluation of workplace choir singing amongst Health Service staff in Ireland.

Choir singing improves health, happiness – and is the perfect icebreaker

Är politiker rädda för kulturen?

 

Ångest, depression och välmående

Psychosocial singing interventions for the mental health and well-being of family carers of patients with cancer: results from a longitudinal controlled study.

Group singing in bereavement: effects on mental health, self-efficacy, self-esteem and well-being.

Group singing fosters mental health and wellbeing: findings from the East Kent “singing for health” network project

Körsång – Ett lyckopiller utan biverkningar

Choir versus Solo Singing: Effects on Mood, and Salivary Oxytocin and Cortisol Concentrations

The new science of singing together

From perception to pleasure: Music and its neural substrates

The Effects of Music Therapy-Singing Group on Quality of Life and Affect of Persons With Dementia: A Randomized Controlled Trial

A mixed-method systematic review to investigate the effect of group singing on health related quality of life.

 

Immunförsvaret

Singing modulates mood, stress, cortisol, cytokine and neuropeptide activity in cancer patients and carers

Effects of Choir Singing or Listening on Secretory Immunoglobulin A, Cortisol, and Emotional State

Körsång stärker immunförsvaret, artikel från SVT

Choral Singing, Performance Perception, and Immune System Changes in Salivary Immunoglobulin A and Cortisol

Körsång stärker immunförsvar och hälsa – Kulturella hjärnan

 

 

Oxytocin

Choir versus Solo Singing: Effects on Mood, and Salivary Oxytocin and Cortisol Concentrations

Vad är oxytocin? Wikipedia

The neurochemistry and social flow of singing: bonding and oxytocin.

A systematic review of mental health and wellbeing outcomes of group singing for adults with a mental health condition.

Singing has empowered, enchanted and enthralled me’-choirs for wellbeing?

An evaluation of workplace choir singing amongst Health Service staff in Ireland.

Singing modulates mood, stress, cortisol, cytokine and neuropeptide activity in cancer patients and carers.

A review of the physological effect and mecanism of singing

Choir versus Solo Singing: Effects on Mood, and Salivary Oxytocin and Cortisol Concentrations

 

IBS

Choir singing and fibrinogen. VEGF, cholecystokinin and motilin in IBS patients.

IBS-Känslig tarm 1177.se

Magmunnarna – Körsång för IBS-patienter

Sjunga på recept

 

 

Minnet

Cognitive, emotional, and social benefits of regular musical activities in early dementia: randomized controlled study.

Vad är minne? Wikipedia

The impact of rhythm complexity on brain activation during simple singing: an event-related fMRI study.

Cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying the mnemonic effect of songs after stroke.

Early Influence of Musical Abilities and Working Memory on Speech Imitation Abilities: Study with Pre-School Children

Sustained Effect of Music Training on the Enhancement of Executive Function in Preschool Children

Music as a memory enhancer in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.

 

Blodtryck, puls och hjärtfrekvens

Musikens melodi styr körsångares hjärtfrekvens

Music structure determines heart rate variability of singers

Körsång får oss att må bra

Blodtryck Wikipedia

Hjärtfrekvens Wikipedia

 

Stress

Effekter av körsång

Choir versus Solo Singing: Effects on Mood, and Salivary Oxytocin and Cortisol Concentrations

An Analysis of Endocannabinoid Concentrations and Mood Following Singing and Exercise in Healthy Volunteers.

Psychobiological Effects of Choral Singing on Affective State, Social Connectedness, and Stress: Influences of Singing Activity and Time Course

Singing modulates mood, stress, cortisol, cytokine and neuropeptide activity in cancer patients and carers

 

 

Humör

A mixed-method systematic review to investigate the effect of group singing on health related quality of life.

An Analysis of Endocannabinoid Concentrations and Mood Following Singing and Exercise in Healthy Volunteers

Choir singing improves health, happiness – and is the perfect icebreaker

The Contribution of Community Singing Groups to the Well-Being of Older People: Participant Perspectives From the United Kingdom.

The perceived benefits of singing: findings from preliminary surveys of a university college choral society.

Choir versus Solo Singing: Effects on Mood, and Salivary Oxytocin and Cortisol Concentrations

 

Sjukdomar

The North West Community Stroke Choir is a Stroke Association Voluntary Group

Group Singing Has Multiple Benefits in the Context of Chronic Pain: An Exploratory Pilot Study.

‘Stroke a Chord’: the effect of singing in a community choir on mood and social engagement for people living with aphasia following a stroke

A mixed-method systematic review to investigate the effect of group singing on health related quality of life.

 

 

Allmänt om musik, kultur och hälsa

The perceived benefits of singing: findings from preliminary surveys of a university college choral society.

Sjunga på recept

Early Musical Training and White-Matter Plasticity in the Corpus Callosum: Evidence for a Sensitive Period

Vilka samband ser vi mellan kulturaktiviteter och hälsa

The Powerful Effect of Music on the Brain

Emotional responses to music: Experience, expression, and physiology

Group music performance causes elevated pain thresholds and social bonding in small and large groups of singers