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2018 Journal article Perkins, R., Yorke, S., Fancourt, D. Learning to facilitate arts-in-health programmes: A case study of musicians facilitating creative interventions for mothers with symptoms of postnatal depression International Journal of Music Education Go to publication
2018 Journal article Perkins, R., Yorke, S., Fancourt, D. How group singing facilitates recovery from the symptoms of postnatal depression: A comparative qualitative study BMC Psychology Go to publication
2018 Journal article Fancourt, D., Perkins, R. Effect of singing interventions on symptoms of postnatal depression: Three-arm randomised controlled trial British Journal of Psychiatry Go to publication
2018 Journal article Fancourt, D., Perkins, R. Creative interventions for symptoms of postnatal depression: A process evaluation of implementation Arts and Health Go to publication
2018 Journal article Fancourt, D.E., Perkins, R. Could listening to music during pregnancy be protective against postnatal depression and poor wellbeing post birth? Longitudinal associations from a preliminary prospective cohort study BMJ Open Go to publication
2018 Book chapter Fancourt, D. Understanding music, mind and emotion from the perspective of psychoneuroimmunology The Routledge Companion to Music, Mind, and Well-being Go to publication
2018 Journal article Finn, S., Fancourt, D.  The biological impact of listening to music in clinical and nonclinical settings: A systematic review Progress in Brain Research Go to publication
2018 Journal article Fancourt, D., Steptoe, A. Cultural engagement predicts changes in cognitive function in older adults over a 10 year period: Findings from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing Scientific Reports Go to publication
2018 Journal article Fancourt, D.E., Steptoe, A., Cadar, D.   Cultural engagement and cognitive reserve: museum attendance is inversely associated with dementia incidence over a 10-year period British Journal of Psychiatry Go to publication
2017 Journal article Fancourt, D., Perkins, R. The impact of maternal singing on glucocorticoids, cytokines, anxiety, affect and mother–infant bonding Psychoneuroendocrinology Go to publication
2017 Journal article Fancourt, D., Perkins, R. Maternal engagement with music up to nine months post-birth: Findings from a cross-sectional study in England Psychology of Music Go to publication
2017 Book Fancourt, D. Arts in Health Designing and Researching Interventions Oxford University Press Go to publication
2017 Journal article Fancourt, D., Perkins, R. Associations between singing to babies and symptoms of postnatal depression, wellbeing, self-esteem and mother-infant bond Public Health Go to publication
2016 Journal article Perkins, R., Ascenso, S., Atkins, L., Fancourt, D., Williamon, A. Making music for mental health: how group drumming mediates recovery. Psychology of Well-Being Go to publication
2016 Journal article Fancourt, D., Williamon, A. Attending a concert reduces glucocorticoids, progesterone and the cortisol/DHEA ratio.  Public Health Go to publication
2016 Journal article Fancourt, D., Poon, M. Validation of the Arts Observational Scale (ArtsObS) for the evaluation of performing arts activities in health care settings Arts and Health Go to publication
2016 Journal article Fancourt, D., Burton, T.M.W., Williamon, A. The razor's edge: Australian rock music impairs men's performance when pretending to be a surgeon Medical Journal of Australia Go to publication
2016 Journal article Burrai, F., Hasan, W., Fancourt, D., Luppi, M., Di Somma, S. A Randomized Controlled Trial of Listening to Recorded Music for Heart Failure Patients Study Protocol Holistic Nursing Practice Go to publication
2016 Journal article Fancourt, D., Williamon, A., Carvalho, L.A., Steptoe, A. Abstract # 1708 Singing is associated with modulations in cortisol, cytokine, beta-endorphin and oxytocin activity in cancer patients and carers Brain, Behavior and Immunity Go to publication
2016 Journal article Fancourt, D., Williamon, A., Carvalho, L.A., Steptoe, A., Dow, R., Lewis, I. Singing modulates mood, stress, cortisol, cytokine and neuropeptide activity in cancer patients and carers ecancermedicalscience Go to publication
2016 Journal article Fancourt, D., Perkins, R., Ascenso, S., Carvalho, L.A., Steptoe, A., Williamon, A. Effects of Group Drumming Interventions on Anxiety, Depression, Social Resilience and Inflammatory Immune Response among Mental Health Service Users PLOS One Go to publication
2016 Journal article Fancourt, D. An introduction to the psychoneuroimmunology of music: History, future collaboration and a research agenda Psychology of Music Go to publication
2015 Journal article Fancourt, D. Birds, Apes, and Grandmothers: The Personal Side of Music and Health Research Psyc Critiques Go to publication
2015 Journal article Fancourt, D., Aufegger, L., Williamson, A. Low-stress and high-stress singing have contrasting effects on glucocorticoid response Frontiers in Psychology Go to publication
2015 Journal article Fancourt, D. et al, Group Drumming Modulates Cytokine Response in Mental Health Services Users: A Preliminary Study Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics Go to publication
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