Posts by: Victoria Williamson

New free article on Music & Sleep

Survey reveals how we use music as a possible sleep aid Respondents believe music stimulates sleep, blocks internal, external sleep disruptorsMany individuals use music in the hope that it fights…

Music & Wellbeing on Facebook

The Music & Wellbeing team have joined Facebook! Our new page provides the latest updates and calls for research participation in our ongoing projects. Recent calls for participation include: Elena…

Music & Wellbeing on BBC 6Music

Dr Victoria Williamson appeared recently on BBC 6Music discussing how music affects the brain in order to help our state of wellbeing Mary Anne Hobbs hosts a weekend radio show…

Music for sleep

Blog by Tabitha Trahan (Twitter) Sleep deprivation has become an increasing problem for many citizens throughout the world.  Evidence of this problem manifests as an increase in work related injuries,…

New ideas on music and sadness

ESCOM 2015: Positive sadness, negative sadness and live music Jessica Crich (Music and Wellbeing PhD student) shares her thoughts and experiences from ESCOM 2015, the Ninth Triennial Conference of the European…

Music and Wellbeing launch event

On 5th May Music and Wellbeing was launched at the University of Sheffield <img class="alignnone wp-image-111 size-thumbnail" src="http://musicwellbeing trouver du viagra en ligne.group.shef.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/034-e1432034611361-150x150.jpg" alt="" width="150" height="150" /> The event took…