publication . Conference object . 2009

A longitudinal observation of one-to-one singing lessons: The effects of personality and Adult attachment.

Serra-Dawa, Sofia;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Dec 2009
  • Country: Portugal
Instrumental and singing teaching has previously been studied with par- particular focus on pedagogical, cognitive, technical, developmental aspects. However, the relationship and interactions that take place between the teachers and students in that setting deserve more extensive exploration. This study approaches the singing teacher-student relationship with a particular focus on the observation of personality traits and the levels of attachment identified between teacher and student. Eleven singing teachers with 54 students were observed in one-to-one singing lessons through video observations made during one academic year. Additionally, teachers and students...
free text keywords: Singing, Relationship, Adult Attachment, Longitudinal, Personality
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