The Effectiveness of Targeted Music Therapy Intervention and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy on Sleep Quality and Symptoms of Insomnia Disorder in seniors

  title={The Effectiveness of Targeted Music Therapy Intervention and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy on Sleep Quality and Symptoms of Insomnia Disorder in seniors},
  author={Reza Mottaghi and Ali Kamkar and Alireza Mardpoor},
Context and Objective: Due to the high prevalence of sleep disorder in seniors, this study focuses on the effect of objective music therapy or MAT and cognitive-behavioral therapy or CBT on overall sleep quality and subscale indexes of sleep quality in seniors. Methodology: The present study is an experimental one with random selection of the subjects. The sample study is taken from 5000 senior member’s if Shiraz’s Jahandedehgan day care center. This study holds 66 subjects containing the entry… 

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