Różnice w poziomie osiągnięć muzycznych a psychospołeczne funkcjonowanie młodych instrumentalistów
Nogaj, Anna Antonina
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Summary. The issue of psychosocial functioning of musicians fits into the area of research in the field of music psychology. The research raises the problem of how much young musicians-instrumentalists, who achieve various levels of achievements in the process of musical education, differ in terms of psychological functioning. Assuming that musical abilities are a condition sine qua non determining the level of musical achievements, an emphasis was put on measuring selected variables that are psychosocial in nature, such as personality, social support, stress coping strategies, and the level of musical sensitivity in terms of aesthetic assessment of music. The key research question was to verify whether pupils/ young musicians-instrumentalists who achieve artistic successes and are appreciated at music competitions as well as get high marks from music experts have a different constellation of psychosocial features than students with a low level of musical achievements? The theoretical part also refers to the issue of subjectivity in the assessment of music. The results of the research indicate the existence of significant correlation between high levels of musical achievements and sensitivity in terms of aesthetic assessment of music, positive thinking and attitude towards public performances, increased conscientiousness and a sense of social support (in various dimensions) from selected people in the immediate environment.
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