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Austin Wilhelm

Ms. Jizi

UWRIT 1104

7 November 2017

Annotated Bibliography

Murrock, Carolyn J, and Patricia A. Higgins. "The Theory of Music, Mood and Movement to

Improve Health Outcomes." Journal of Advanced Nursing. 65.10 (2009): 2249-2257. Print.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3573365/

This article is mainly about how music triggers things throughout your body to cause

mood changes. Different senses in ones body are ignited but the type of music that is being

listened to and which cause you to be more physically active. It explains how music is a getaway

from the world and makes everything better.

From this source, I learned that your body reacts to music. Not in ways we would think.

Theres more to it. Your body gains psychological and physiological actions which cause the

body to react both physically and emotionally. The types of music you listen to can cause you to

remember different memories youve had. Some which are good and some which are bad. This

all relates to my subject by being connected to how the behavior and mood is affected by music.

This source is a article from the US National Library of Medicine cite. It was written by

two authors. Carolyn J. Murdock and Patricia Higgins who both have a PhD. It is. It is very

informative and has very much detail on the different types of affects. The Theory on this article

is supported by facts which are supported by Data Sources such as the different theories that are
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in play to provide this method. The theory brought by the professors are already established and

well known to support this document.

Morin, Amy. Can Music Be a Bad Influence on Kids & Teens? LIVESTRONG.COM, Leaf

Group, 11 Nov. 2015, www.livestrong.com/article/1000832-can-music-bad-influence-kids-

teens/.

This article talks about all the different content in music lyrics and how it has effects on

the behavior of teens. The different outcomes being suicide, violence, sexual aggression. All

these types of things could be happening related to the lyrics in music. These theories have been

tested through studies in developing teens.

I learned that the lyrics in songs which talk about guns, sex, drugs, violence. All these

things can lead to man problems in a teens life. A study done says that on average teens listen to

2-1/2 hour of music daily. So, listening these constant lyrics could definitely change a persons

view on life.

This source is a Livestrong source which was written by a woman named Amy Morin.

She has been writing about this topic for nine years, being represented in Global Post. She is a

psychology instructor and a clinical therapist. Livestrong is a health and fitness website that has

been very popular and was established in 1997.

Media, Council on Communications and. Impact of Music, Music Lyrics, and Music Videos on

Children and Youth. Pediatrics, American Academy of Pediatrics, 1 Nov. 2009,

pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/124/5/1488.
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This article includes facts about the content in which the music has. The different lyrics

of the music and the music videos. Explains the actions behind each type of music that is being

talked about. The outcomes of production levels based on the genre type. Explaining how kids

display the same actions they constantly here and see in videos.

In this article, I learned how music is more than just a sound. Its more of a lifestyle. The

types of music you listen to describes your actions and your behavior. Explaining how music

affects school work, teens listening to music then following some of the lyrics acting careless.

How interacting they can be with other children is decreasing.

This is an article by the American Academy of Pediatrics. It is a copyrighted article

which was produced in 2009 by the Medical committee. All having masters degrees. The

journals and articles tended to this cite are very in detail and well supported with facts. Each

Peron involved in the article has done a lot of research on this topic.

Schfer, Thomas, et al. The Psychological Functions of Music Listening. Frontiers in

Psychology, Frontiers Media S.A., 2013, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3741536/.

This article concluded in depth how music is used as a whole. It states the use of music

being a way to express yourself. You have music to affect mood. The other intact is the use of

music gaining arousal. It goes in depth of how exactly different people use music to socialize

with similar culture.

Learning that people tend to attach to music and use the music for certain interactions.

Depending on the setting people use music to supply the background of the situation. Such as if

you are in a party setting there will be music thats fit the occasion to keep the crowd pleased and
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and content with the music.

This article being included in the US National Library of Medicine. They article is made

up of 4 people. Ones who have also wrote their own papers with somewhat of a similar topic.

These people have studied theories and methods on how the interaction with music is an effect

on us as people.

Bryant, Sharon. Benefits of Learning and Playing Music for Adults. NAMM Foundation, 1

June 2014, www.nammfoundation.org/articles/2014-06-01/benefits-learning-and-playing-music-

adults?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIyeed9LKr1wIVVFcNCh0okg1MEAAYASAAEgKt4fD_BwE

This has many descriptions of how music is a benefit for our everyday lives. The

different sections of life which are enhanced by the listening of music. We gain knowledge from

music. Its a way of learning things, it helps with health and social benefits.

Learning that our life somewhat evolves around music. That using music in a good way

can increase many sections of our lives. Helping us with everyday problems. Making life easier

with different aspects. Creating a healthy social lifestyle.

The article published by the NAMM foundation which is a foundation that values the

involvement of music foundation. It is a credible yet intriguing source to use. Given many

examples with all backed up and cited info from the studies done throughout. Each study is done

with knowledge from their own research done.