Efficacy, Treatment Characteristics, and Biopsychological Mechanisms of Music-Listening Interventions in Reducing Pain (MINTREP): Study Protocol of a Three-Armed Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Autor(en)
Anja Feneberg, Mattes B. Kappert, Rosa Maidhof, Bettina K. Doering, Dieter Olbrich, Urs Markus Nater
Abstrakt

Pain can severely compromise a person's overall health and well-being. Music-listening interventions have been shown to alleviate perceived pain and to modulate the body's stress-sensitive systems. Despite the growing evidence of pain- and stress-reducing effects of music-listening interventions from experimental and clinical research, current findings on music-induced analgesia are inconclusive regarding the role of specific treatment characteristics and the biopsychological mechanisms underlying these effects.

Organisation(en)
Institut für Klinische und Gesundheitspsychologie, Forschungsplattform The Stress of Life - Processes and Mechanisms underlying Everyday Life Stress
Externe Organisation(en)
Philipps Universität Marburg, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (KU), Center for Psychosomatic Rehabilitation, Klinik Lipperland, Bad Salzuflen
Journal
Frontiers in Psychiatry
Band
11
ISSN
1664-0640
DOI
https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2020.518316
Publikationsdatum
11-2020
Peer-reviewed
Ja
ÖFOS 2012
501010 Klinische Psychologie
Link zum Portal
https://ucris.univie.ac.at/portal/de/publications/efficacy-treatment-characteristics-and-biopsychological-mechanisms-of-musiclistening-interventions-in-reducing-pain-mintrep-study-protocol-of-a-threearmed-pilot-randomized-controlled-trial(ad8ac0e3-7672-4f37-ba0e-a98b7c83464e).html