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Contents of the JMTA Journal
 Vol.5/No.1 2005
Papers from the 1st Project Researches

The Long Term Effects of Music Therapy on Elderly with Moderate/Serious Dementia
- Investigation by Physiological Indexes -
Takiko Takahashi, Hiroko Matsushita -p. 3

Effects of Music and Relaxation Instructions on Arousal and a Working Memory Task with Older Persons and College Students
Eri Hirokawa -p.11

The Effects of Combined Music and Reminiscence Therapy for Small Groups of the Elderly with Senile Dementia of Alzheimer Type, and the Efficacy of the Evaluation Method
Fumiko Goka -p.25

The Effects of Music Listening on Endocrine Hormone from the Viewpoint of Interval Changes and Music Taste
Hajime Fukui, Kumiko Toyoshima, Kiyoto Kuda -p.39

Effect and Significance of Music Therapy on Elderly Persons with Mild Dementia
- Influence on Activities of Daily Living, Cognitive Function, Care Burden Degree, and Brain Imaging -
Hisayuki Miura, Yumiko Kanayama, Nanaka Mogi, Hidetoshi Endo -p.48

The Effect of Music Therapy on Gait Disturbance in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease (First Report)
- An Investigation Utilizing Three-dimension Motion Analysis of the Immediate Effects of Rhythmic and Melodic Stimulation -
Ban Mihara, Mikio Fujimoto, Yoshiko Mihara -p.58

The Effect of Music Therapy on Gait Disturbance in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease (Second Report)
- The Application of Music Therapy to Rehabilitation -
Ban Mihara, Mikio Fujimoto, Yoshiko Mihara -p.65

Quantifying the Effects of Music Therapy on Mood Using Metabolic Products of Tryptophan
- Identifying New Objective Markers -
Yasuhiro Itoh, Reiko Yonekura, Mayako Matsuda -p.72
Special Issue
“Learning after Getting the Qualification”

Comment on the Special Issue
- Why Focusing on Learning after Getting the Qualification Now? -
Ban Mihara -p.80

From the Standpoint of Education
Bunkichi Tohyama -p.83

From the Standpoint of Immediately After Getting the Qualification
Yurika Kimura -p.89

From the Standpoint of Chairperson of the Sectional Meeting for Studying
the Qualification Renewal Regulation
Fukumi Kitamoto -p.96

From the Standpoint of Having Renewed the Qualification
“Practicing as a Music Therapist - Its Meaning and Its Essence -”
Mamiko Kageyama -p.101
Original Articles

Study of ACF Method - Effect of Mozart’s Requiem on Students -
Chuzo Mori -p.107

Music Therapy Using a Reciprocal Method
- Positioning Music Therapy Using a Reciprocal Method as an Integrated Arts Therapy -
Shojiro Kumamoto -p.114
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Book Reviews -p.127
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