Just Released: Arts Research Quarterly, Issue 10

Arts Research Quarterly Issue 10


The National Endowment for the Arts and the National Archive of Data on Arts and Culture are excited to share the new issue of Arts Research Quarterly.

ARQ’s tenth issue, released on August 10th, features “Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations between arts engagement, loneliness, and social support in adolescence,” an article by Jessica K. Bone et al., investigating the association of arts engagement with loneliness and social support in adolescents aged 11-21 years from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health. In a second featured article, “Music Education and Neurophysiological Regulation in Early Childhood: Should Teachers Guide or Get Out of the Way?,” Eleanor D. Brown et al. examine connections between child- versus teacher-directed activity, quality of teacher–child interaction, and the basal cortisol levels of children facing economic hardship as they participate in music classes within a Head Start preschool program.

Don’t miss this issue’s other publications that explore community arts engagement and perceptions of personal growth in older adults, performing arts as a non-pharmacological intervention for people with dementia, value and creativity perceptions of art created by Artificial Intelligence (AI), and more!

About Arts Research Quarterly: Produced in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Arts Research Quarterly samples recent research publications on the arts ecosystem and on the arts' value and impact for individuals and communities. The literature is based on secondary analysis of arts datasets, whether they are housed at NADAC or elsewhere. Sign up to receive notifications about new issues of Arts Research Quarterly.

About NADAC: The National Archive of Data on Arts and Culture (NADAC) is a repository that facilitates research on arts and culture by acquiring data, particularly those funded by federal agencies and other organizations, and sharing those data with researchers, policymakers, people in the arts and culture field, and the general public. It is one of several topical archives hosted by ICPSR, the largest social science data archive in the world and part of the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research. NADAC is funded by the NEA. Thanks to the support from the NEA, users can obtain data from NADAC completely free of charge.



Aug 10, 2023

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