Departmental Bulletin Paper 音楽聴取が心理的および生理的ストレスに及ぼす影響 : 音楽嗜好の違いによる検討
Effects of Music Listening on Psychological and Physiological Stress : Differences in the Results of Music Preference of the Subjects
オンガク チョウシュ ガ シンリテキ オヨビ セイリテキ ストレス ニ オヨボス エイキョウ オンガク シコウ ノ チガイ ニ ヨル ケントウ

西川, 昭子  ,  Nishikawa, Akiko  ,  ニシカワ, アキコ

21pp.55 - 65 , 2016-03-31 , 大阪大学大学院人間科学研究科教育学系 , Department of Education Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University , オオサカ ダイガク ダイガクイン ニンゲン カガク ケンキュウカ キョウイクガクケイ
Following research I conducted in 2016, the aim of this study is to investigate how music influences stress in subjects using a psychological index (SRS-18) together with a combination of other objective indexes, and to examine how music preference has an influence on and is related to stress. Thirty-two healthy subjects (mean age: 34.50±16.48 years) were recruited and listened to two kinds of music among three types. Saliva samples were taken before and after each session, and cortisol, secretory immunoglobulin A, amylase activity, and chromogranin A were analyzed. The subjects also answered questionnaires before and after each session. In addition, the subjects evaluated music preference after listening to the music, and the data were examined. According to the results, music listening has an influence on both psychological and physiological stress, and the changes in the psychological index were significantly different. Therefore, music preference may have a deeper relationship with psychological stress. In addition, this study demonstrated that both stress conditions of the subjects before listening to music are associated with music preference. Among them, amylase activity clearly showed that the subjects with higher physiological stress in particular had a tendency of preferring music. This means that music listening may be a good stimuli for those with anxiety and higher physiological stress.

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