Interview with Dr. Frank Russo on Ontario Today (February 22, 2019):
Belting out a tune together may be fun but researchers have found that it also reduces pain; prompts kids to share; and improves the lives of people with Parkinson’s, hearing loss, dementia, even aphasia. Open lines with Ryerson music psychologist Frank Russo.
SingWell Canada’s project studies bio-psych-social impact of grouping singing (December 11, 2018):
Reshmi Nair speaks with Dr. Frank Russo, a Professor of Psychology at Ryerson who is studying the effects of group singing, particularly in older adults with communication disorders like Alzheimers and Parkinsons.
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Frank Russo receives funding for the project entitled ‘Understanding group singing in older adults from a psychosocial perspective’
Congratulations to the @SSHRC_CRSH Partnership Development Grant awardees! Ryerson is pleased to see nearly $1 M in funding to foster collaborative research. See link for a complete list. @RUFacultyofArts @RyersonFCS https://t.co/eQpKai0pE8 pic.twitter.com/yZm6B0hFYC
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Ryerson brings in nearly $1 million in Partnership Development Grants