Wright, David and Wakefield, Caroline and Smith, Dave (2014) Using PETTLEP imagery to improve performance: Applying principles from sport psychology to music. Musicae Scientiae, 18 (4). pp. 448-463.
PETTLEP Music Paper - Revised Submission.docx
Imagery is commonly used by both athletes and musicians as an additional training aid to enhance performance. Although considerable research attention has been paid to this psychological intervention technique in sporting settings, studies investigating the beneficial effects of imagery on musical performance are less common. Imagery research that has been conducted in musical settings has tended to show that imagery is beneficial in improving performance, although few guidelines exist in the literature regarding how musicians could use imagery to improve their performance. In this article, we review the research which has investigated the use of imagery as a performance enhancing technique in musical settings to date. We then outline a model for designing imagery interventions (known as the PETTLEP model) which has produced beneficial performance effects when implemented in sporting settings, and discuss how it could be used by musicians to enhance performance.
|Additional Information and Comments:||This is the author's post peer review version of an article, the final version will appear in the Sage Publications journal Musicae Scientiae.|
|Faculty / Department:||Faculty of Science > School of Health Sciences|
|Depositing User:||Caroline Wakefield|
|Date Deposited:||05 Apr 2016 13:38|
|Last Modified:||05 Apr 2016 13:38|
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