An Investigation of the Relationship of Self Concept to Selected Communication Skills of Choral Conductors

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This study investigated the relationship between selected measures of self concept as perceived by a group of choral conductors, their eye dependency on score, and the measures of expressive voice. The problems were (1) to determine the degree of perceived self concept of a selected group of choral music teachers through measures of (a) total self, (b) physical self, (c) moral-ethical self, (d) personal self, (e) family self, and (f) social self? (2) to assess eye dependency on score of the same teachers; (3) to assess the aspect of expressive voice through measures of (a) pitch levels of modulation, (b) ... continued below

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Simons, Stephen Paul May 1984.

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This study investigated the relationship between selected measures of self concept as perceived by a group of choral conductors, their eye dependency on score, and the measures of expressive voice. The problems were (1) to determine the degree of perceived self concept of a selected group of choral music teachers through measures of (a) total self, (b) physical self, (c) moral-ethical self, (d) personal self, (e) family self, and (f) social self? (2) to assess eye dependency on score of the same teachers; (3) to assess the aspect of expressive voice through measures of (a) pitch levels of modulation, (b) speech flow, and (c) voice energy level; and (4) to examine the relationship between the measures of self concept, eye dependency on score and expressive voice.

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Simons, Stephen Paul. An Investigation of the Relationship of Self Concept to Selected Communication Skills of Choral Conductors, dissertation, May 1984; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc330833/: accessed July 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .