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The Effects of Subliminal Music with Balance Imagery Training on Balance and Concentration

윤정규, 이상빈, Seo Hwa-Mi, 백은경, 설하나, 유경태,
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윤정규 ( Yoon Jung-Gyu ) - Namseoul University
이상빈 ( Lee Sang-Bin ) - Namseoul University
 ( Seo Hwa-Mi ) - Howard Hill Hospital
백은경 ( Baek Eun-Kyung ) - Howard Hill Hospital
설하나 ( Seol Ha-Na ) - Namseoul University
유경태 ( Yoo Kyung-Tae ) - Namseoul University

Abstract


Purpose: The purpose of this study was to estimate the effects of subliminal music with balance imagery training on balance and concentration.

Methods: The participants were 45 seniors in an undergraduate school in Korea. The subliminal music with balance imagery training intervention was carried out for 20 minutes. Other interventions were also carried out for 20 minutes. 12 seniors(Group A) listened to subliminal music with balance imagery training, 12 seniors(Group B) listened to subliminal music, 11 seniors(Group C) received balance imagery training, and 10 seniors(Group D) had no intervention(Control group). The grid test is related to measured levels of concentration intensity. Romberg one legged standing test was carried out for 30 seconds. The collected data was analyzed by one-paired t test and one way ANOVA using the SPSS Windows 12 ver. program.

Results: The major findings of this study were as follows: Concentration levels of Group A and C improved, and balance levels of Group C and D improved. There was a statistically significant decrease in concentration between Group A and B, Group A and C after intervention.

Conclusion: These findings suggest that listening to subliminal music with balance imagery training may be useful in managing concentration in seniors. So it provides basic information for further concentration on improving education on music with balance imagery training.

키워드

Subliminal Music; Balance Imagery Training; Balance; Concentration

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