Music Engagement

  • has been associated with cognitive, emotional, physical and social benefits (MacDonald, Kreutz, & Mitchell, 2012; Rickard & McFerran, 2012)

  • is conceptualized as the level of active participation in a variety of music activities, and can be quantified in terms of frequency and duration (e.g., music listening, training, instrument playing, singing etc) as well as a range of engagement styles that captures processes, functions and motivations of music use (Chin & Rickard, 2012)

MUSEBAQ: A Modular Tool for Music Research to Assess Musicianship, Musical Capacity, Music Preferences and Motivations for Music Use
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