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Chin, T. C., & Rickard, N. S. (2014). Beyond positive and negative trait affect: Flourishing through music engagement. Psychology of Well-Being: Theory, Research and Practice, 4(1), 1-13.
Rickard, N. S., & Chin, T. C. (accepted 3rd April 2014, in press). Musicians who don’t play: The importance of music in defining a non-musician’s musical identity. In R. A. R., MacDonald, D. J., Hargreaves, & D. E., Miell (Eds.), Handbook of Musical Identities. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Chin, T. C., & Rickard, N. S. (2014). Emotion regulation strategy mediates both positive and negative relationships between music uses and well-being. Psychology of Music, 42, 692-713.
Chin, T. C., & Rickard, N. S. (2012). The Music USE (MUSE) Questionnaire: An instrument to measure engagement in music. Music Perception, 29(4), 429-446.
Chin, T. C., & Rickard, N. S. (2012). Re-conceptualizing ‘musicianship’: Music performance and training through to music reception and engagement. In N. S., Rickard, & K., McFerran (Eds.), Lifelong engagement with music: Benefits for mental health and well- being. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Chin, T. C., & Rickard, N. S. (2010). Nonperformance, as well as performance, based music engagement predicts verbal recall. Music Perception, 27(3), 197-208.


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