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Weber (1996)believes that music intervention as one of the independent nursing intervention for resolving patient's inappropriate behaviour,and the concept should be in relation to the hoslistic caring for the patient needs,However,the different categories of music impacted on the dissimilar results,Harris et al .(1992) studies found that the participants demonstrated more inappropriate behaviour when playing the“hard rock”and “rap”music than the easy listening and country western music . On the order hand ,Gerdner(1997) found that client's agitated behaviour decreased slightly during the classical music playing and dramatically decreased during her preferred music .

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    這裡面有一些專業術語,可能目前並無中文既定翻譯。若有,敬請指點補充。

    Weber (1996) believes that music intervention as one of the independent nursing intervention for resolving patient's inappropriate behaviour,and the concept should be in relation to the hoslistic caring for the patient needs

    韋伯(1996)相信音樂切入法 是一種獨立照顧切入方式 ,可以解決病患不適當的行為。而且,這個觀念,應該事關合理照料病患之所需。

    However,the different categories of music impacted on the dissimilar results.

    然而,不同類型的音樂會造成不同的結果。

    Harris et al. (1992) studies found that the participants demonstrated more inappropriate behaviour when playing the“hard rock”and “rap”music than the easy listening and country western music.

    哈里斯等人 (1992) 合著的研究發現,當播放熱門搖滾樂和饒舌音樂時,參與者會表現出不適當的行為,比播放輕音樂和西部鄉村音樂時來得多。

    On the order hand ,Gerdner(1997) found that client's agitated behaviour decreased slightly during the classical music playing and dramatically decreased during her preferred music.

    另一方面,賈登勒(1997)發現參與者焦躁的行為,在播放古典音樂時會稍微減少,而如果播放她喜歡的音樂的話,類似行為會大幅度[戲劇化地]減少。

  • 韋伯 (1996 年) 認為,作為一個獨立的護理干預解決病人的不適當的 behaviour,and 概念應當是在照顧病人 needs,However,the 不同類別的音樂影響不同的 results,Harris et al 的整體的音樂干預。(1992 年) 研究發現與會者表明更不適當的行為,播放"岩硬和"說唱"音樂比的輕音樂和國家的西方音樂時。上發現的順序手,Gerdner(1997),該用戶端的激動在古典音樂演奏和大幅下跌期間她首選音樂的過程中,行為輕微下跌。

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