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Association of Music Interventions With Health-Related Quality of Life A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

By J. Matt McCrary, Eckart Altenmüller, Clara Kretschmer1; et al

Importance: Increasing evidence supports the ability of music to broadly promote well-being and health-related quality of life (HRQOL). However, the magnitude of music’s positive association with HRQOL is still unclear,…

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An e-mental health intervention to support burdened people in times of the COVID-19 pandemic: CoPE It

By Alexander Bäuerle, Johanna Graf, Christoph Jansen, Nora Dörrie, Florian Junne, Martin Teufel, Eva-Maria Skoda

The outbreak of the novel SARS CoV-2-virus (COVID-19) is pushing national and international healthcare systems to their limits. The aspect of mental health issues, which has been neglected (so far)…

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How Processing of Sensory Information From the Internal and External Worlds Shape the Perception and Engagement With the World in the Aftermath of Trauma: Implications for PTSD

By Sherain Harricharan, Margaret C. McKinnon and Ruth A. Lanius

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is triggered by an individual experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event, often precipitating persistent flashbacks and severe anxiety that are associated with a fearful and hypervigilant…

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