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Falah T, Sohrabi F, Zadehmohamadi A. Comparative study of effectiveness of music therapy with directed image and the cognitive strategies on reducing student's anxiety . CPAP. 2011; 2 (4) :9-16
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-716-en.html
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The present study compared the effectiveness of music therapy with directed image and cognitive strategies on reducing anxiety in high school students. Listen Read phonetically Dictionary-View detailed dictionary. In this study, it was hypothesized that music therapy with directed image is more effective than cognitive strategies approach. In order to test the research hypothesis, from all high schools in Yazd province, one high school was selected to study and 150 high school students were selected randomly. Subjects completed the test of Zhang anxiety questionnaire, 45 students who scored high on this test were selected as sample of study and were divided in two experimental and one control groups. The first experimental group received the music therapy with directed image and a second experimental group, received the cognitive strategies, and the control group did not receive any program. Treatment interventions carried out for two sessions per week a total of eight sessions. Three groups responded to Zhang anxiety test before and after the intervention. Statistical methods of descriptive statistics and factor analysis of variance and Scheffe test were used. The results of the study indicated that both music therapy with directed image and cognitive strategies were effective at 0/95 level of confidence on reducing anxiety levels.
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