Preliminary Literature Review - Mind Map

Preliminary Literature Review Mind Map
 
 
 
 

Preliminary Literature Review - Mind Map

5 months ago by: Claire Eustace
 
 
  • Preliminary Literature Review
    • Agell
      • Agell, G. (1980) History of art therapy. Art Education, 33(4), 8-9. doi:10.2307/3192414
        • Disciplines
          • Social Sciences / Psychology
          • Social Sciences / Sociology
          • Humanities / Art
        • breaks down how art therapy benefits a child, an adolescent, and an adult
    • Rubin
      • Rubin, J. (1980). Art therapy today. Art Education, 33(4), 6-8. doi:10.2307/3192412
        • Disciplines
          • Social Sciences / Psychology
          • Social Sciences / Sociology
          • Humanities / Art
        • use of art therapy for healing, especially in the area of mental illness
        • articulates the growth of the training of the art therapist
          • contemporary art therapists are required to earn a master’s degree with interdisciplinary studiesin both art and behavioral sciences.
    • Sternberg
      • Sternberg, E. (2009). Healing spaces: The science of place and well-being. Harvard University Press. doi:10.2307/j.ctvjghtgs.3
        • Physical space does impact a patients healing process.
          • 1984 study which showed that windows in a hospital room actually provedto improve healing.
        • Disciplines
          • Social Sciences / Psychology
          • Humanities / Art
        • author examines the properties in the space that could lead to increasing a patient’s stress level and which properties could contribute to impeding their healing process
    • Plett & Christine
      • Plett, C. (2012). Designing for healing: a cross-cultural approach to the interior design of an art therapy centre for children in Nicaragua. . University of Manitoba Libraries. https://mspace.lib.umanitoba.ca/handle/1993/8881
        • Disciplines
          • Social Sciences / Sociology
          • Humanities / Art
          • Social Sciences / Psychology
          • Natural and Applied Sciences
        • Need to know the specific needs of the population you're helping.
    • Behbehani
      • Behbehani, A. A. (2013). Design for wellbeing: Investigating the relationship between built environments and art therapy experiences.[Department of Art Education in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy]. FSU Digital Library.
        • Disciplines
          • Humanities / Art
          • Social Science / Psychology
        • Section 4.3: Defining a school art therapy setting.
        • All spaces having merit and value
    • Waller
      • Waller, D. (2006, April). Art therapy for children: How it leads to change. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 11. 271-82. 10.1177/1359104506061419.
        • Disciplines
          • Social Science / Psychology
          • Social Science / Sociology
          • Humanities / Art
        • it is the art that is produced in the presence of and in engagement with the art therapist is the most critical part in a patient’s healing process
        • will be my primary source to reference I’ll use to help me explain the “What” and “How” questions for my capstone project
          • What happens during the art therapy sessions that is the catalyst for healing?
          • How does change occur as a result of participating in art therapy?
    • Nieminen
      • Nieminen, R. (2017, January 3). The art of healing spaces that perform. interiors + sources. https://www.interiorsandsources.com/article-details/articleid/20950/title/the-art-of-healing-spaces-that-perform/viewall/true
        • Disciplines
          • Social Science / Sociology
          • Natural and Applied Sciences
          • Social Science / Psychology
        • EBD or Evidence Based Design
          • Principles combine medicine, technology, patient safety, and high-quality patient care, all while adding to this care model: providing this care in a psycho-socially supportive, therapeutic environment
        • data shows a direct link between the way the hospital is designed and a patient's health and their quality of care
          • research supporting art therapy as being an effective method for dealing with pain and other forms of treatments in children with cancer
    • Painter
      • Painter, S. (n.d.). Décor ideas for therapists' offices. Lovetoknow. https://interiordesign.lovetoknow.com/inspiration-ideas/decor-ideas-therapists-offices
        • Disciplines
          • Humanities / Art
          • Social Science / Sociology
          • Social Science / Psychology
        • Blue can affect a patient’s mind by increasing its productivity
        • Green can affect the emotions a patient is experiencing by bringing them a sense of balance and calmness.
        • Yellow can improve patient’s creativity through self-confidence
        • Red can affect a patient’s physical exertion on their body
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