Can Music Make You Sick Part 1? A Study Into The Incidence of Musicians' Mental Health

Gross, S. and Musgrave, G. 2016. Can Music Make You Sick Part 1? A Study Into The Incidence of Musicians' Mental Health. MusicTank.

TitleCan Music Make You Sick Part 1? A Study Into The Incidence of Musicians' Mental Health
AuthorsGross, S. and Musgrave, G.
TypeProject report
Keywordspopular music, mental health, psychology, working conditions, musicians
Year2016
PublisherMusicTank
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PublishedNov 2016
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