NMT Research References - Cognition & Feelings

Baur, B., Uttner, I., Ilmberger, J., Fesl, G., & Mai, N. 2000. Music memory provides access to verbal knowledge in a patient with global amnesia. Neurocase, 6, 415-421.


Berel, M., Diller, L., & Orgel, M. 1971. Music as a facilitator for visual motor sequencing tasks in children with cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 13, 335-342.


Bettison, S. 1996. The long-term effects of auditory training on children with autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 26 (3), 361-375.


Brownell, M. 2002. Musically adapted social stories to modify behaviors in students with autism: Four case studies. Journal of Music Therapy, 39 (2), 117-144.


Carlomagno, S., Van Eeckhout, P., Blasi, V., Belin, P., Samson, Y., & Deloche, G. 1997. The impact of functional neuroimaging methods on the development of a theory for cognitive remediation. Neuropsychologial Rehabilitation, 7, 311-326.


Chan, A.S., Ho, Y.C., & Cheung, M.C. 1998. Music training improves verbal memory. Nature, 396, 128.


Claussen, D. & Thaut, M.H. 1997. Music as a mnemonic device for children with learning disabilities. Canadian Journal of Music Therapy, 5, 55-66.


Cowles, A., Beatty, W.W., Nixon, S.J., Lutz, L.J., Paulk, J., Paulk, K., & Ross, E.D. 2003. Musical skill in dementia: A violinist presumed to have Alzheimer’s disease learns to play a new song. Neurocase, 9, 493-503.


Davis, W.B., Gfeller, K., & Thaut, M.H. 1992 (1998, 2nd ed.). An Introduction to Music Therapy: Theory and Practice. Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown Publishers. (Japanese Language Edition, 1997. Sapporo, Japan: Ichibaku Shuppansya Publishing.) (Spanish Language Edition, 2000) (Korean Language Edition, 2002)


Del Olmo, Aria P., Furio, M., Pozo, M., & Cudeiro, J. 2006. Evaluation of the effect of training using auditory stimulation on rhythmic movement in Parkinsonian patients--a combined motor and [18F]-FDG PET study. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders, 12(3), 155-64.


Depperschmidt, K. A.W. 1992. Musical mnemonics as an aid to memory in patients with dementia of Alzheimer's type. Unpublished master thesis, Colorado State University.


Dozza, M., Chiari, L., Hlavacka, F., Cappello, A., & Horak, F.B. 2006. Effects of linear versus sigmoid coding of visual or audio biofeedback for the control of upright stance. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems & Rehabilitation Engineering, 14(4), 505-12.


Edgerton, C. 1994. The effect of improvisational music therapy on the communicative behavior of autistic children. Journal of Music Therapy, 31 (1), 31-62.


Field, T., Martinez, A., Nawrocki, T., Pickens, J., Fox, N.A., & Schanberg, S. 1998. Music shifts frontal EEG in depressed adolescents. Adolescence, 33, 109-116.


Foster, N. & Valentine, E. 2001. The effect of auditory stimulation on autobiographical recall in dementia. Experimental Aging Research, 27, 215-228.


Gaston, E.T. (Ed.). 1968. Music in Therapy. New York, NY: MacMillan Co.


Gerard, C. & Drake, C. 1990. The inability of young children to reproduce intensity differences in musical rhythms. Perception and Psychophysics, 48, 91-101.


Gfeller, K.E. 1983. Musical mnemonics as an aid to retention with normal and learning disabled students. Journal of Music Therapy, 20, 179-189.


Gfeller, K., Woodworth, G., Robin, D.A., Witt, S., & Knutson, J.F. 1997. Perception of rhythmic and sequential pitch patterns by normally hearing adults and adult cochlear implant users. Ear and Hearing, 18, 252-260.


Giacobbe, G.A. 1972. Rhythm builds order in brain-damaged children. Music Educators Journal, 58, 40-43.


Gregory, D. 2003. Music listening for maintaining attention of older adults with cognitive impairments. Journal of Music Therapy, 39 (4), 244-264.


Gronwall, D. 1977. Paced Auditory Serial-Addition Task: A measure of recovery from concussion. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 44, 367-373.


Haslam, C. & Cook, M. 2002. Striking a chord with amnesic patient’s: Evidence that song facilitates memory. Neurocase, 8, 453-465.


Heaton, P., Hermelin, B., & Pring, L. 1988. Autism and pitch processing: A precursor for savant musical ability? Music Perception, 15, 291-305.


Hermelin, B., O’Connor, N., & Lee, S. 1987. Musical inventiveness of five idiots-savants. Psychological Medicine, 17 (3), 685-694.


Hermelin, B., O’Connor, N., Lee, S., & Treffert, D. 1989. Intelligence and musical improvisation. Psychological Medicine, 19 (2), 447-457.


Hiller, P.U. 1989. Song story: A potent tool for cognitive and affective relearning in head injury. Cognitive Rehabilitation, 7, 20-23.


Ho, Y., Cheung, M.C., & Chan, A.S. 2003. Music training improves verbal but not visual memory: Cross-sectional longitudinal explorations in children. Neuropsychology, 17 (3), 439-450.


Hommel, M., Peres, B., Pollak, P., Memin, B., Besson, G., Gaio, J.M., & Perret, J. 1990. Effects of passive tactile and auditory stimuli on left visual neglect. Archives of Neurology, 47, 573-576.


Hughes, J.R., Fino, J.J., & Melyn, M.A. 1999. Is there a chronic change of the "Mozart effect" on epileptiform activity? A case study. Clinical Electroencephalography, 30, 44-45.


Hummelsheim, H. 1999. Rationales for improving motor function. Current Opinion in Neurology, 12, 697-701.


Hurt-Thaut, C.P. & Johnson, S.B. 2003. Neurologic music therapy with children: Scientific foundations and clinical applications. In S.L. Robb (Ed.), Music Therapy in Pediatric Healthcare: Research and Evidence-Based Practice (pp. 81-100). Silver Spring, MD: American Music Therapy Association, Inc.


Kilgour, A.R., Jakobson, L.S., & Cuddy, L.L. 2000. Music training and rate of presentation as mediators of text and song recall. Memory Cognition, 28, 700-710.


Knox, R. & Jutai, J. 1996. Music-based rehabilitation of attention following brain injury. Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation, 9, 169-181.


Knox, R., Yokota-Adachi, H., Kershner, J., & Jutai, J. 2003. Musical attention training program and alternating attention in brain injury: An initial report. Music Therapy Perspectives, 21, 99-104.


Kostka, M. 1993. A comparison of selected behaviors of a student with autism in special education and regular music class. Music Therapy Perspectives, 11, 57-60.


Ma, Y., Nagler, J., Lee, M., & Cabrera, I. 2001. Impact of music therapy on the communication skills of toddlers with pervasive developmental disorder. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 930, 445-447.


Maeller, D.H. 1996. Rehearsal strategies and verbal working memory in multiple sclerosis. Unpublished master thesis, Colorado State University.


McCombe, W.S., Harris-Love, M., Liu, W., & Whitall, J. 2006. Temporal coordination of the arms during bilateral simultaneous and sequential movements in patients with chronic hemiparesis. Experimental Brain Research, 168(3), 450-4.


McGivern, R.F., Berka, C., Languis, M.L., & Chapman, D. 1991. Detection of deficits in temporal pattern discrimination using the Seashore rhythm test in young children with reading impairments. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 24, 58-62.


McIntosh, G.C., Peterson, D.A., & Thaut, M.H. 2006a. Verbal learning with a musical template increases neuronal synchronization and improves verbal memory in patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Proceedings of the 4th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation, P1-018.


McIntosh, G.C., Peterson, D.A., & Thaut, M.H. 2006b. Verbal learning with a musical template increases neuronal synchronization and improves verbal memory in patients with multiple sclerosis. Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair, 20, 129.


Millard, K.A.O. & Smith, J.A. 1989. The influence of group singing therapy on the behavior of Alzheimer's disease patients. Journal of Music Therapy, 26, 58-70.


Morton, L.L., Kershner, J.R., & Siegel, L.S. 1990. The potential for therapeutic applications of music on problems related to memory and attention. Journal of Music Therapy, 26, 58-70.


Mottron, L., Peretz, I., & Menard, E. 2000. Local and global processing of music in high-functioning persons with autism: Beyond central coherence.


Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 41 (8), 1057-1065.


Nieuwboer, A., Kwakkel, G., Rochester, L., Jones, D., van Wegen, E., Willems, A.M., Chavret, F., Hetherington, V., Baker, K., & Lim, I. 2007. Cueing training in the home improves gait-related mobility in Parkinson's disease: the RESCUE trial. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 78(2), 134-40.


Noda, R., Maeda, Y., & Yoshino, A. 2004. Therapeutic time window for musicokinetic therapy in a persistent vegetative state after severe brain damage. Brain Injury, 18 (5), 509-515.


O'Callaghan, C.C. 1996. Pain, music creativity and music therapy in palliative care. American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care, 13, 43-49.


O'Callaghan, C.C. 1993. Communicating with brain-impaired palliative care patients through music therapy. Journal of Palliative Care, 9, 53-55.


O’Shea, G., Sena, K.M., Peterson, D.A., Clegg, B.A., McIntosh, G.C., & Thaut, M.H. 2005. Representation without retention: Implicit learning in adults with multiple sclerosis. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (suppl), Cognitive Neuroscience Society 12th Annual Meeting, In Press


Purdie, H. 1997. Music therapy in neurorehabilitation: Recent developments and new challenges. Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, 9, 205-217.


Rainey, D. & Larsen, J. 2002. The effect of familiar melodies on initial learning and long-term memory for unconnected text. Music Perception, 20 (2), 173-186.


Robb, S.L. (Ed.) 2003. Music Therapy in Pediatric Healthcare: Research and Evidence-Based Practice. Silver Spring, MD: American Music Therapy Association, Inc.


Robin, D.A., Tranel, D. & Damasio, H. 1990. Auditory perception of temporal and spectral events in patients with focal left and right cerebral lesions. Brain and Language, 39, 539-555.


Rosenbaum, R.S., Furey, M.L., Horwitz, B., & Grady, C.L. 2004. Altered communication between emotion-related brain regions supports short-term memory in Alzheimer’ disease. Proceedings Society for Neuroscience, 203.8. [Abstract]


Sacks, O. 1998. Music and the Brain. In C.M. Tomaino (Ed.), Clinical Applications of Music in Neurologic Rehabilitation (pp. 1-18). St. Louis, MO: MMB Music, Inc.


Sears, W. 1968. Processes in music therapy. In E.T. Gaston (Ed.), Music in Therapy (pp. 30-44). New York, NY: MacMillan Co.


Son, G.R., Therrien, B., & Whall, A. 2002. Implicit memory and familiarity among elders with dementia. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 34, 263-267.


Thaut, M.H. 1987. Visual versus auditory (musical) stimulus preferences in autistic children: A pilot study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 17, 425-432.


Thaut, M.H. 1988. Measuring musical responsiveness in autistic children: A comparative analysis of improvised musical tone sequences of autistic, normal, and mentally retarded individuals. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 18, 561-571.


Thaut, M.H. & Mahraun. 2004. The influence of music and rhythm on a sustained attention task in children with autism. Submitted for publication.


Thaut, M.H., Schicks, W., McIntosh, G.C., & Hoemberg, V. (2002). The role of motor imagery and temporal cuing in hemiparetic arm rehabilitation. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 16:115.


Tomaino, C.M. 1998. Music and memory: accessing residual function. In C.M. Tomaino (Ed.), Clinical Applications of Music in Neurologic Rehabilitation (pp. 19-27). St. Louis, MO: MMB Music, Inc.


Unkefer, R.F. & Thaut, M.H. (Eds.). 2002. Music Therapy in the Treatment of Adults with Mental Disorders (2nd ed.). St. Louis, MO: MMB Music, Inc.


Van Wegen, E., de Goede, C., Lim, I., Rietberg, M., Nieuwboer, A., Willems, A., Jones, D., Rochester, L., Hetherington, V., Berendse, H., Zijlmans, J., Wolters, E., & Kwakkel, G. 2006. The effect of rhythmic somatosensory cueing on gait in patients with Parkinson's disease. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 248(1-2), 210-4.


Van Wegen, E., Lim, I., de Goede, C., Nieuwboer, A., Willems, A., Jones, D., Rochester, L., Hetherington, V., Berendse, H., Zijlmans, J., Wolters, E., & Kwakkel, G. 2006. The effects of visual rhythms and optic flow on stride patterns of patients with Parkinson's disease.  Parkinsonism & Related Disorders, 12(1), 21-7.


Wallace, W.T. 1994. Memory for music: Effect of melody on recall of text. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, Cognition, 20, 1471-1485.


Willems, A.M., Nieuwboer, A., Chavret, F., Desloovere, K., Dom, R., Rochester, L., Jones, D., Kwakkel, G., & Van Wegen, E. 2006. The use of rhythmic auditory cues to influence gait in patients with Parkinson's disease, the differential effect for freezers and non-freezers, an explorative study. Disability & Rehabilitation, 28(11), 721-8.


Wimpory, D., Chadwick, P., & Nash, S. 1995. Brief report: Musical interaction therapy for children with autism: An evaluative case study with two-year follow-up. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 25 (3), 231-248.


Wit, V., Knox, R., Jutai, J., & Loveszy, R. 1994. Music therapy and rehabilitation of brain injury: A pilot study. Canadian Journal of Music Therapy, 2, 72-89.


Wolfe, D.E. & Hom, C. 1993. Use of melodies as structural prompts for learning and retention of sequential verbal information by preschool students. Journal of Music Therapy, 30, 100-118.