Michael J Silverman

Music Therapy University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Silverman MJ. (2022) A Cluster-Randomized Trial Comparing Songwriting and Recreational Music Therapy via Craving and Withdrawal in Adults on a Detoxification Unit. Substance Use & Misuse. 1-10
Silverman MJ, Gooding LF, Yinger O. (2022) Corrigendum to: It's…Complicated: A Theoretical Model of Music-Induced Harm. Journal of Music Therapy
West R, Furman A, Silverman MJ. (2021) Individualized Education Program Team Members' Perceptions of Music Therapy: An Interpretivist Investigation. Journal of Music Therapy
Silverman MJ. (2021) Change Mechanisms in Patient-Preferred Live Music: An Exploratory Interpretivist Study. Journal of Music Therapy
Silverman MJ, Gooding LF, Yinger O. (2020) It's...Complicated: A Theoretical Model of Music-Induced Harm. Journal of Music Therapy. 57: 251-281
Silverman M. (2020) Sense-Making, Meaningfulness, and Instrumental Music Education. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 837
Silverman MJ. (2020) Music-Based Affect Regulation and Unhealthy Music Use Explain Coping Strategies in Adults with Mental Health Conditions. Community Mental Health Journal
Mondek M, Silverman MJ. (2020) Effects of Therapist Positioning within Patient Preferred Live Music on Positive and Negative Affect, Pain, and Trust in the Therapist with Adults on a Cardiovascular Unit: A Three-Group Randomized Pilot Effectiveness Study Voices: a World Forum For Music Therapy. 20
Silverman MJ. (2020) Music-Based Discharge, Healthy Music Use, and Unhealthy Music Use Explain Adaptive and Maladaptive Coping Strategies in Adults Hospitalized with Cancer: A Cross-Sectional Investigation Musicae Scientiae. 102986492092229
Reimnitz L, Silverman M. (2020) Perceived mechanisms targeting cancer-related fatigue, song choice rationale, and song function: An interpretivist study of patient-preferred live music with adult oncology patients on a blood and marrow transplant unit: Psychology of Music. 30573562094229
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