Music performance management and neurobehavioral theories
In any field of activity, performance is closely related to the process of building and sustaining a well-ordered learning system, based on effort and consistency. Along with a coherent progress planning strategy, it is useful to know the neuropsychological factors that can influence the musical careers. In this context, "performance anxiety" is an already known expression, experienced and managed in various forms by practitioners and carefully analyzed by the recent literature.
Trying to expose the physiological structures involved in configuring the professional success, researchers have formulated a series of neurobehavioral theories that can support the development processes. In this respect, the article presents several methods used in performance anxiety therapies, highlighting the components that interact with the individual’s unconscious in stressful situations, in order to provide an adjustable set of tools for a successful career.
performance anxiety, neurolinguistic theory, career management, analytical-cognitive therapies.