The Effect of Guided Imagery and Music Workshops on Locus of Control and Self Concept of Mental Health Outpatients
Date of Award
Master of Music
Brian L. Wilson
Ellen Griggs Drane
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of guided imagery and music (GIM) in a group format on the locus of control and self-concept in mental health outpatients. Twenty adult mental health consumers took part in the experimental study with 10 subjects in the experimental condition and 10 subjects in the control condition.
The revised Tennessee Self-Concept Scale (TSCS:2) short form (Fitts & Warren, 1996) was used to measure self-concept and the Levenson Locus of Control Scale (Levenson, 1981) was used to measure locus of control. Pre- and post-test data collected from these instruments revealed no significant change on the scores of either scale for the participants of either group.
Justice, Roberta Wigle, "The Effect of Guided Imagery and Music Workshops on Locus of Control and Self Concept of Mental Health Outpatients" (1998). Masters Theses. 5290.