The impact of group singing on students' psycho-emotional state
Palavras-chave:group singing, health effects of singing, psycho-emotional state, general well-being, depression level, anxiety level
The research aims to study the influence of group singing on students' general well-being, as well as their psychological and emotional state. The study involved 180 students between the ages of 18 and 20. Group 1 consisted of students, who have never practiced vocal. Group 2 consisted of students, who have been practicing group singing regularly. Group 2 had a more favorable psycho-emotional state with significantly lower levels of depression, anxiety, stress, neuroticism, emotional detachment. After three months of group vocal training, the 1st group students had a 1.45-fold decrease in depression (p<0.05) compared to the initial level, anxiety - 1.46 times (p<0.05), stress - 1.33 times (p<0.05), neuroticism - 1.42 times (p<0.05), emotional detachment - 1.50 times (p<0.05). Thus, group singing helps to improve the general and psycho-emotional state of students.