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Dance and movement therapy are consisted of music, easy exercises and sensorial stimulus and provide drugless

treatment for the depression on low rates. In this study, it has been aimed to examine the effect of dance over the depression.

A total of 120 healthy male and female conservatory students ranged from 20 and 24 ages volunteered to participate

in this study. They were divided randomly into 1 of 2 groups: dance training group DTG; N=60 and control group CG;

N=60. A dance training program was applied to the subjects three days a week Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday during

12 weeks. The subjects in the control group did not participate in the training and participated only in the pre and

post test measurements. Beck Depression Scale was used for the pre and post test measurements of subjects. 12 weeks of

dance training has been found to be effective on the depression levels of the subjects participating in the research as the

training group p



Author: Mehibe Akandere - Banu Demir -

Source: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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