KUBOTA NOBUKO

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Name
KUBOTA NOBUKO
Affiliation
Nagoya University of Arts
Section
School of Music, Music Culture Creation Subject of Study
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Arts(Aichi Shukutoku University)
Research funding number
50291779

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2009
 - 
Today
Head of Department, Department of Music Creative Arts, Nagoya University of Arts Music Department
 
1977
 - 
1979
Ichimura Gakuen College, part-time instructor
 
1980
 - 
1994
Nagoya University of Arts, part-time instructor
 
1994
 - 
1996
Aichikenritsu College, part-time instructor
 
1994
 - 
1996
Nagoya University of Arts, full-time lecturer
 

Education

 
 
 - 
2001
Communication (Psychology), Communication graduate course, Aichi Shukutoku University
 
 
 - 
1970
Instrumental, Faculty of Music, Musashino Music Academy
 

Published Papers

 
The Effect of Passive and Active Music Therapy on the Elderly
KUBOTA NOBUKO
Japanese Journal of Music Therapy   6(1) 17-21   2006   [Refereed]

Misc

 
One Approach of Music Therapy for the Elderly with Dementia [1]
BULLETIN OF NAGOYA UNIVERSITY OF ARTS   17 47   1996
The Effects of Music Therapy in a Special Nursing Home for the Elderly
THE JOURNAL OF JAPAN BIOMUSIC ASSOCIATION   14(2) 123   1997
The Effects of Music Therapy for the Elderly with Alzheimer's Disease
NAGOYA GERIATRIC MEDICINE   23 27   1997
The Effects of Music Therapy in a Special Nursing Home for the Elderly
   1997
Process of Change between a Therapist and a Client, as Seen through Music Therapy for a Woman with Senile Dementia
   1997

Association Memberships

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Changes of NK cells' Activity after Carrying Music Therapy for the Elderly
Project Year: 1998 - 1999
Process of Change between a Therapist and a Client, as Seen through Music Therapy
Project Year: 1997 - 1998
The Physiological Effects of Active Music Therapy for the Elderly with Dementia
Project Year: 2002   
The Effect of Active and Passive Music Therapy for the Elderly
Project Year: 2004 - 2005