Estudo Experimental : Impacto de Grupos de Canto no Bem-estar Subjetivo de Seniores Experimental Study : Impact of Singing Groups on Senior ' s Subjective Wellbeing

@inproceedings{Pires2018EstudoE,
  title={Estudo Experimental : Impacto de Grupos de Canto no Bem-estar Subjetivo de Seniores Experimental Study : Impact of Singing Groups on Senior ' s Subjective Wellbeing},
  author={Anabela dos Santos Pires and Iolanda Costa Galinha},
  year={2018}
}
Objective: To evaluate the impact of the participation in a singing program in the subjective well-being (SWB) of seniors. Method: This study, with experimental methodology, used structured measures on the affective and cognitive dimensions of SWB (Positive Affect and Negative Affect – PANAS and Satisfaction with Life SWLS) to test the impact of a short singing program (10 sessions, during four weeks), on seniors attending a day care facility. Thirty seniors (aged between 61 and 92 years old… CONTINUE READING

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