Biophysical aspects of acoustic effects on living systems
AUTHORS : Shushardzhan S.V. | Chelibaev A.K.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Scientific Research Center for Music Therapy and Medical Acoustic Technologies of the Russian Scientific Center for Computational Mathematics and Methods of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, I.M.Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2002 | Category : Educational
Musical sounds, as the main influencing factor in musical therapy, have a complex wave nature and represent a whole kaleidoscope of frequencies, amplitudes, the analysis of which is an extremely important factor in understanding the mechanisms of emerging reactions from various functional systems.
There are auditory, vibrotactile and bioresonic components of the perception of acoustic signals by a person from the surrounding space, each of which triggers its own physiological reactions and effects (Mogendovich M.R., Polyakova V.B., 1966; Grineva I.M., 1981; Zakharova N. N., Avdeev V.M., 1982; Shushardzhan S.V., 1994). Auditory component reception is realized by an auditory analyzer and provides the perception of frequencies of acoustic signals from 16 to 20,000 Hz.