|An analysis of factors contributing to sixth-grade students' selective attention to music elements: melodic contour, timbre, rhythm, and tempo; and variables associated with demographics, self-perception, music background, music genre, and temporal difference.
||Two research questions were formulated for the present study: (1) Are there significant differences (p < .05) among sixth-grade participants’ selective attention to music elements as affected by variables associated with music genre and temporal diff...
|Defining and measuring music teacher identity: a study of self-efficacy and commitment among music teachers
||The two purposes of this study were to: (a) define music teacher identity and its underlying constructs based on a critical examination of the extant research, and (b) develop an instrument to measure selected constructs from among a sample of music ...
|Motivation for males to participate in private middle school and high school choruses
||The purpose of this descriptive study was to analyze chorus participation by males in private middle schools and high schools located in central North Carolina. Specifically, the study was designed to determine: (a) the number of males in these choru...