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2009. 12. 3.

 

Lexia Awards and Achievements (by year)
2008
Lexia Reading? :
    District Administration Readers' Choice Top 100 K12 Products
2007
  Lexia Primary Reading™ :
    Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom, Learning Magazine
2005
  Lexia Cross-Trainer™: Visual-Spatial :
    Teachers’ Choice Award, Learning Magazine
Distinguished Achievement Award, Association of Educational Publishers (AEP)
Smart Play/Smart Toy Children’s Products for 2005, Dr. Toy
  Lexia Early Reading?:
    Feature Product of the Week, Closing the Gap’s Resource Directory
  Lexia Primary Reading™:
    Distinguished Achievement Award, Association of Educational Publishers (AEP)
2004
  Lexia Cross-Trainer™: Visual-Spatial
    iParenting Media Award
Top Choice Award, Boston Museum of Science
Top Educational Gift of 2004, Homeschool.com
  Lexia Early Reading?
    iParenting Media Award
  Lexia Inicio a la Lectura™
    iParenting Media Award
  Lexia Phonics Based Reading?
    iParenting Media Award
  Lexia Reading SOS (Strategies for Older Students)
    iParenting Media Award
  Teaching Reading: Stages and Strategies™
    Finalist, 2004 Codie Awards, Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA)
2003
  Lexia Phonics Based Reading™
    District Choice Award, District Administration
  Lexia Reading S.O.S (Strategies for Older Students)
    Distinguished Achievement Award, Association of Educational Publishers (AEP)
     
Lexia’s Library of Outcomes Research:
  Lexia -Closing the Reading Achievement Gap (pdf, 381 KB)
Lexia -Advancing Literacy Skills in At-Risk 1st Graders (pdf, 178 KB)
Lexia -Advancing Literacy Skills in Kindergarteners (pdf, 11 KB)
Lexia -Supporting Literacy Development in Middle School (pdf, 5KB)
Lexia - Improving Test Scores in Low-Income Hispanic Students (pdf, 266 KB)
Lexia - Implementation Research (pdf, 98 KB)
Evaluation of Lexia Software in Boston Public Schools (pdf, 219 KB)
   
Articles:
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Blok, Oostdam, R., Otter, M. E., & Overmaat, M. (2002). Computer-assisted instruction in support of beginning reading instruction: A review. Review of Education Research, 72, 101-130.
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Bradley, R. F. (1999). Bradley reading and language arts. Upton, MA: Bradley Institute for Reading and Language Arts.
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Cassady, J. C., & Smith, L. L. (2005). The impact of a structured integrated learning system on first grade students’ reading gains. Reading and Writing Quarterly, 21, 361-376.
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Conlon, T., & Simpson, M. (2003). Silicon Valley versus Silicon Glen: The impact of computers upon teaching and learning: A comparative study. British Journal of Educational Technology, 34, 137-150.
  - Cuban, L. (2001). Oversold and underused: Computers in the classroom. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
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Hecht, S. A., & Close, L. (2002). Emergent literacy skills and training time uniquely predict variability in responses to phonemic awareness training in disadvantaged kindergartners. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 82, 93 - 115.
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Lexia Learning Systems (2001). Phonics based reading and strategies for older students. Lincoln, MA: Lexia Learning Systems, Inc.
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Macaruso, P., Hook, P. E., & McCabe, R. (2006a). The efficacy of computer-based supplementary phonics programs for advancing reading skills in at-risk elementary students. Journal of Research in Reading, 29, 162-172.
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Macaruso, P., Hook, P. E., & McCabe, R. (2006b, November). The efficacy of computer-based phonics instruction and critical implementation issues in elementary schools. Paper presented at the 57th Annual Conference of The International Dyslexia Association, Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Macaruso, P., & Walker, A. (in press). The efficacy of computer assisted instruction for advancing literacy skills in kindergarten children. Reading Psychology: An International Quarterly.
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MacGinitie, W. H., MacGinitie, R. K., Maria, K., & Dreyer, L. G. (2000). Gates-MacGinitie Reading Tests. Itasca, IL: Riverside Publishing.
  - McFall, P. L. (2000). Scott Foresman Reading. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.
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Paterson, W. A., Henry, J. J., O’Quin, K., Ceprano, M. A., & Blue, E. V. (2003) Investigating the effectiveness of an integrated learning system on early emergent readers. Reading Research Quarterly, 38, 172-207.
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Ribas, W. B, Deane, J. A., & Seider, S. (2005). Instructional practices that maximize student achievement: For teachers, by teachers. Westwood, MA: Ribas Publications.
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Sandholtz, J. H. (2001). Learning to teach with technology: A comparison of teacher development programs. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 9, 349 - 374.
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Sandholtz, J. H., & Reilly, B. (2004). Teachers, not technicians: Rethinking technical expectations for teachers. Teachers College Record, 106, 487-512.
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Torgesen, J. K. (2004). Lessons learned from research on interventions for students who have difficulty learning to read. In P. McCardle & V. Chhabra (Eds.),
  - The voice of evidence in reading research. (pp. 355-382). Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing.
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Torgesen, J. K., & Barker, T. A. (1995). Computers as aids in the prevention and remediation of reading disabilities. Learning Disability Quarterly, 18, 76-87.
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Van Dusen, L. M., & Worthen, B. R. (1994). The impact of integrated learning system implementation on student outcomes: Implications for research and evaluation. International Journal of Educational Research, 21, 13-24.
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Wise, B. W., Ring, J., & Olson, R. K. (2000). Individual differences in gains from computer-assisted remedial reading. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 77, 197 - 235.

 

There is an ever-expanding body of peer-reviewed literature that clearly demonstrates the link between mental timing and our cognitive processing and motor capabilities. The two studies listed in red font are especially helpful in illustrating the relationship between temporal processing and the Interactive Metronome.
 
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Agnew, J. A., Dorn, C., & Eden, G. F. (2004). Effect of intensive training on auditory processing and reading skills. Brain and Language, 88(1), 21-25.
2.
AlonsoBua, B., Diaz, F., & Ferraces, M. J. (2006). The contribution of AER-Ps (MMN and LDN) to studying temporal vs. linguistic processing deficits in children with reading difficulties. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 59(2), 159-167.
3.
Au, A., & Lovegrove, B. (2001). The role of visual and auditory temporal processing in reading irregular and nonsense words. Perception and Psychophysics, 30(9), 1127-1142.
4.
Boets, B., Wouters, J., vanWieringen, A., & Ghesquiere, P. (2006). Auditory temporal information processing in preschool children at family risk for dyslexia: Relations with phonological abilities and developing literacy skills. Brain and Language, 97(1), 64-79.
5.
Breier, J. I., Fletcher, J. M., Foorman, B. R., Klaas, P., &Gray, L. C. (2003). Auditory temporal processing in children with specific reading disability with and without attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 46(1), 31- 42.
6.
Cacace, A., McFarland, D., Ouimet, J., Schriber, E., &Marro, P. (2000). Temporal processing deficits in remediationresistant reading-impaired children. Audiology and Neurotology, 5(2), 83-97.
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Cestnick, L., & Jerger, J. (2000). Auditory temporal processing and lexical/nonlexical reading in developmental dyslexics. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 11(9), 501-513.
8.
Cohen-Mimran, R. (2006). Temporal processing deficits in Hebrew speaking children with reading disabilities. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 49(1), 127- 137.
9.
Conlon, E., Sanders, M., & Zapart, S. (2004). Temporal processing in poor adult readers. Neuropsychologia, 42(2), 142-157.
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David, D., Wade-Woolley, L., Kirby, J., & Smithrim, K. (2007). Rhythm and reading development in school-age children: a longitudinal study. Journal of Research in Reading, 30(2), 169-183.
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DeMartino, S., Espesser, R., Rey, V., & Habib, M. (2001). The ''temporal processing deficit'' hypothesis in dyslexia: New experimental evidence. Brain and Cognition, 46(1-2), 104-108.
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Droit-Volet, S. & Rattat, A. (2007). A further analysis of time bisection behavior in children with and without reference memory: The similarity and the partition task. Acta Psychologica, 125, 240-256.
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Eden, G., Stein, J., Wood, H., & Wood, F. (1995). Temporal and spatial processing in reading disabled and normal children. Cortex, 31(3), 451- 468.
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Edwards, V., Giaschi, D., Dougherty, R., Edgell, D., Bjornson, B., Lyons, C., & Douglas, R. (2004). Psychophysical indexes of temporal processing abnormalities in children with developmental dyslexia. Developmental Neuropsychology, 25(3).
15.
Farmer, M. E., & Klein, R. M. (1995). The evidence for a temporal processing deficit linked to dyslexia: A review. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 2(4), 460-493.
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Fink, M., Churan, J., & Wittmann, M. (2006). Temporal processing and context dependency of phoneme discrimination in patients with aphasia. Brain and Language, 98(1), 1- 11.
17.
Fortin, C., Champagne, J., & Poirier, M. (2006. Temporal order in memory and interval timing: An interference analysis. Acta Psychologica (in press).
18.
Gang, M., & Siegel, L. S. (2002). Sound-symbol learning in children with dyslexia. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 35(2), 137-157.
19.
Goswami, U. (2003). How to Beat Dyslexia: The Broadbent Lecture 2003. The Psychologist, 16(9), 462-465.
20.
Griffiths, Y. M., Hill, N. I., Bailey, P. J., & Snowling, M. J. (2003). Auditory temporal order discrimination and backward recognition masking in adults with dyslexia. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 46(6), 1352-1366.
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Hautus, M. J., Setchell, G. J., Waldie, K. E., & Kirk, I. J. (2003). Age-related improvements in auditory temporal resolution in reading-impaired children. Dyslexia, 9(1 ), 37-45.
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Heath, S. M., & Hogben, J. H. (2004). Cost-effective prediction of reading difficulties. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 47, 751-765.
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Heath, S. M., & Hogben, J. H. (2004). The reliability and validity of tasks measuring perception of rapid sequences in children with dyslexia. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 45(7), 1275- 1287.
24.
Heim, S., Keil, A., & Ihssen, N. (2006). The relationship between temporal attention and literacy skills in classroom children. Zeitschrift Fur Psychologie, 214(4), 196- 206.
25.
25. Helmbold, N., Troche, S. & Rammsayer, T. (2007). Processing of temporal and nontemporal information as predictors of psychometric intelligence: A structural-equation-modeling approach. Journal of Personality, 75 (5), 985-1006.
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Hill, P. R., Hogben, J. H., & Bishop, D. M. V. (2005). Auditory frequency discrimination in children with specific language impairment: A longitudinal study. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 48(5), 1136-1146.
27.
Hood, M., & Conlon, E. (2004). Visual and auditory temporal processing and early reading development. Dyslexia, 10(3), 234-252.
28.
Kwak, E. (2007). Effect of Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation on Gait Performance in Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy. Journal of Music Therapy, XLIV (3), 2007,198-216.
29.
Laasonen, M., Service, E., & Virsu, V. (2002). Crossmodal temporal order and processing acuity in developmentally dyslexic young adults. Brain and Language, 80(3), 340- 354.
30.
Lewis, P. & Miall, C. (2006). Remembering the time: a continuous clock. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 10(9)
31.
Mauk, M. & Buonomano, D. (2004). The Neural Basis of Temporal Processing. Annual Review of Neuroscience, 27, 307-340.
32.
McAnally, K. I., Castles, A., & Stuart, G. W. (2000). Visual and auditory processing impairments in subtypes of developmental dyslexia: A discussion. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 12(2), 145- 156.
33.
McGee et al. (2004). Time Perception: Does it Distinguish ADHD and RD Children in a Clinical Sample? Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, Vol. 32, No. 5, October 2004, pp. 481?490.
34.
Meck, W. Functional and Neural Mechanisms of Interval Timing (Methods and New Frontiers in Neuroscience). Chapman & Hall/CRC Press/Kluwer, 2003.
35.
Meng, X. Z., Sai, X. G., Wang, C. X., Wang, J., Sha, S. Y., &Zhou, X. L. (2005). Auditory and speech processing and reading development in Chinese school children: Behavioural and ERP evidence. Dyslexia, 11(4), 292-310.
36.
Muneaux, M., Ziegler, J., Truc, C., Thomson, J., &Goswami, U. (2004). Deficits in beat perception and dyslexia. Evidence from French. Neuroreport, 15(7), 1-5.
37.
Posner, M. & Rothbart, M. (2007). Research on Attention Networks as a Model for the Integration of Psychological Science, 58, 1-23.
38.
Rayner, K., Pollatsek, A., & Bilsky, A. B. (1995). Can a temporal processing deficit account for dyslexia? Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 2(4), 501-507.
39.
Rey, V., DeMartino, S., Espesser, R., & Habib, M. (2002). Temporal processing and phonological impairment in dyslexia: Effect of phoneme lengthening on order judgment of two consonants. Brain and Language, 80(3), 576-591.
40.
40. Richards, T.L. & Berninger, V.W. 2007. Abnormal fMRI connectivity in children with dyslexia during a phoneme task: Before but not after treatment. Journal of Neurolinguistics, Available online 17 August 2007. September 2007 news report
41.
Rommelse, N., Oosterlaan, J., Fuitelaar, J., Faraone, S., & Sergeant, J. (2007). Time Reproduction in Children With ADHD and Their Nonaffected Siblings. Journal of the American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry, 46, 5.
42.
Santos, A., JolyPottuz, B., Moreno, S., Habib, M., & Besson, M. (2007). Behavioural and event- related potentials evidence for pitch discrimination deficits in dyslexic children: Improvement after intensive phonic intervention. Neuropsychologia, 45(5), 1080-1090.
43.
SchulteKorne, G., Deimel, W., Bartling, J., & Remschmidt, H. (1999). The role of phonological awareness, speech perception, and auditory temporal processing for dyslexia. European Child &Adolescent Psychiatry, 8, 28-34.
44.
Strehlow, U., Haffner, J., Bischof, J., Gratzka, V., Parzer, P., & Resch, F. (2006). Does successful training of temporal processing of sound and phoneme stimuli improve reading and spelling? European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 15(1), 19-29.
45.
Talcott, J. B., Hansen, P. C., Assoku, E. L., & Stein, J. F. (2000). Visual motion sensitivity in dyslexia: evidence for temporal and energy integration deficits. Neuropsychologia, 38(7), 935-943.
46.
Tallal, P. (2004). Improving language and literacy is a matter of time. Nature Reviews: Neuroscience, 5, 1-8.
47.
Tallal, P. (2003). Language learning disabilities: Integrating research approaches. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 12(6), 206-211.
48.
Tallal, P., & Gaab. N. (2006). Dynamic auditory processing, musical experience and language development. Trends in Neurosciences, 29(7), 382-390.
49.
49. Taub, G., McGrew, K. & Keith, T. (2007). Improvements in interval time tracking and effects on reading achievement. Psychology in the Schools, 44 (8), 849-863.
50.
Thaut, M., Kenyon, G., Hurt, C., McIntosh, G., & Hoemberg, V (2002). Kinematic optimization of spatiotemporal patterns in paretic arm training with stroke patients. Neuropsychologia, 40, 1073-1081.
51.
Ulbrick, P., Churan, J., Fink, M., & Wittman, M. (2007). Temporal reproduction: Further evidence for two processes. Acta Psychologica, 125, 51-65.
52.
Valdois, S., Bosse, M. L., & Tainturier, M. J. (2004). The cognitive deficits responsible for developmental dyslexia: Review of evidence for a selective visual attentional disorder. Dyslexia, 10(4), 339-363.
53.
Van Ingelghem, M., van Wieringen, A., Wouters, J., Vandenbussche, E., onghena, P., & Ghesquiere, P. Psychophysical evidence for a general temporal processing deficit in children with dyslexia. Neuroreport, 12(16), 3603-3607.
54.
Vatakis, A. & Spence, C. (2007). Evaluating the influence of the ‘unity assumption’ on the temporal perception of realistic audiovisual stimuli. Acta Psychologica (in press).
55.
Virsu, V., Lahti-Nuuttila, P., & Laasonen, M. (2003). Crossmodal temporal processing acuity impairment aggravates with age in developmental dyslexia. Neuroscience Letters, 336(3), 151-154.
56.
Walker, M. M., Givens, G. D., Cranford, J. L., Holbert, D., & Walker, L. (2006). Auditory pattern recognition and brief tone discrimination of children with reading disorders. Journal of Communication Disorders, 39(6), 442-455.
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Wearden, J. (2004). Decision processes in models of timing. Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, 64.
58.
Wong, P., Skoel, E., Russo, N., Dees, T., & Kraus, N. (2007). Musical experience shapes human brainstem encoding of linguistic pitch patterns. Nature Neuroscience.

 

Tomatis Method & LiFT Literature: More than 100 papers, starting 1952
For more information for professionals or individuals interested in therapy, see our home page, Tomatis Method
 
1.
A Solution to the Riddle Dyslexia - Levinson HN. (Berlin, Springer-Verlag, 1980)
2.
About the Tomatis Method ? Gilmor T., Madaule P., Thompson B. (Toronto: The Listening Centre Press, 1989)
3.
Again: auditory training acc. to Tomatis, PADIATRISCHE PRAXIS, Vol.57(4), 2000.
4.
Alternative and controversial treatments for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. - Baumgaertel A. Pediatr Clin North Am. 1999 Oct;46(5):977-92. Review.
5.
An historical commentary on the physiological effects of music: Tomatis, Mozart and neuropsychology.
- Thompson BM, Andrews SR. Integr Physiol Behav Sci. 2000 Jul-Sep;35(3):174-88. Review.
6.
An Historical Commentary on the Physiological Effects of Music: Tomatis, Mozart and Neuropsychology, INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE, Vol.35(3), 2000.
7.
Audio-psycho-phonology acc. to Tomatis, PADIATRISCHE PRAXIS, Vol.59 No.3, 2001.
8.
Audio-psycho-phonology: a comparative outcome study on anxious primary school pupils - Plessis WFD. and Jaarsveld PV. South African Journal of Psychology 18(4): 144-151, 1988.
9.
Auditory integration training and other sound therapies for autism spectrum disorders. - LinksSinha Y, Silove N, Wheeler D, Williams K. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2004;(1):CD003681. Review.
10.
Auditory training following Tomatis. PADIATRISCHE PRAXIS, Vol.51(3), 1996.
11.
Beethoven Is Living Upstairs ? Hammond S. (A & M Record Co., 1989)
12.
Birth without Violence - Leboyer F. (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1974)
13.
Brief report: the effects of Tomatis sound therapy on language in children with autism. - Corbett BA, Shickman K, Ferrer E. J Autism Dev Disord. 2008 Mar;38(3):562 -6. Epub 2007 Jul 3.
14.
Diagnosis of Vestibular Disorders in the Learning Disabled - J. de Quiros, Journal of Learning Disabilities 9: 50-58, 1976.
15.
Education et Dyslexie ? Tomatis A. (Paris: Editions E.S.F., 1971)
16.
Fetal Reactivity to Tonal Stimulation: A Preliminary Report ? Bernard J and Sontag LW. Journal of Genetic Psychology 70:205-210, 1947.
17.
Human Development ? Faulkner F. (Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Publishing, 1966).
18.
L’Oreille et le Langage ? Tomatis A. (Paris: Editions du Seuil, 1963)
19.
La Surdite Professionelle ? Maduro R., Lallement M., Tomatis A. (Paris: Librarie Arnette, 1952)
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Les Troubles Scolaires? Tomatis A. (Paris: Ergo Press, 1988)
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Modifications Phonatoires d’Origine Auditive et Applications Physiologiques et Cliniques ? Hussson MR., Moulonguet M. Bulletin de l’Academie Nationale de Medecine/2 141:19-20, 1957.
23.
Mozart ? Davenport M. (New York:Avon Books, 1979).
24.
Multimodal enhancement of culturally diverse, young adult musicians: a pilot study involving the Tomatis method, SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, Vol.31(3), 2001.
25.
Neonate Movement Is Synchronized with Adult Speech: Interactional Participation and Language Acquistion ? Condon W. and Sandler L. Science, 11 January 99-101: 1974.
26.
Neuf Mois au Paradis ? Tomatis A. (Paris: Ergo Press, 1989)
27.
On the request that Social Security take responsibility for the Tomatis method - Pialoux P. Bull Acad Natl Med. Jan;177(1):43-6, 1993.
28.
Perceptual Theories of Middle Ear Muscle Function - FB Simmons, Annals of Otolaryngology, Rhinology, Laryngology 73: 724-739, 1964.
29.
Plan of therapy and rehabilitation in stuttering patients - Szkiełkowska A, Raty?ska J, Czyzewski A, Skarzy?ski H, Kurkowski M, Mularzuk M, Markowska R. Otolaryngol Pol. 2003;57(4):555-9.
30.
Postural System, Corporal Potentiality and Language.- Quiros JB., Shrager OD.,? Foundations of Language Development (New York: Academic Press, 1975)
31.
Pourquoi Mozart? ? Tomatis A. (Paris Fixot, 1991).
32.
Pre- and Peri-Natal Psychology: An Introduction - Verny T. (New York: Humans Sciences Dress, 1987).
33.
Prenatal and Neonatal Speech ? Truby HM. Pre-Speech and Infantile Speech Lexicon, 1971
34.
Private Speech: Learning Out Loud ? Berk LE. Psychology Today, May 1986, 34-42.
35.
Research on Noise Disappears in the Din ? Brown MW., New York Times, 6 March 1990.
36.
Response to “Brief Report: The Effects of Tomatis Sound Therapy on Language in Children with Autism?
- Gerritsen, J., Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders Vol.38(3), 2008.
37.
Rhythms of Learning - Brewer C. and Campbell D. (Tuscon, AZ. Zephyr Press, 1991).
38.
Role of the Tomatis method in the treatment of auditory processing problems, PADIATRISCHE PRAXIS, Vol.60 No.1, 2001.
39.
Role of the Tomatis method in the treatment of auditory processing problems, INTERNISTISCHE PRAXIS, Vol.41(3), 2001.
40.
Sensory Integration and Learning Disorders - Jean Ayres (Los Angeles:Western Psychological Services, 1972)
41.
Some Pathological, Radiological and Clinical Implications of Precocious Development of the Humans Ear - Elliott GB. in Laryngoscope, 79(1964): 1160-1171.
42.
The Acoustic Reflex ? Silman S. (Orlando, FL: Academic Press Inc., 1984)
43.
The Conscious Ear ? Tomatis A. (Station Hill Press, 1991)
44.
The Effects of Cochlear Ablation on Local Cerebral Glucose Utilization in Fetal Sheep - Abrams RM., Hutchison MB., McTieranan MJ., Merwin GE., American Journal of Obsteric Gynecology 157:1438-1442, 1987.
45.
The Effects of Conductive Hearing Loss on Auditory Function ? Katz J. A.S.H.A. Oct. 879-886, 1978.
46.
The Feingold Cookbook for Hyper-active Children - Feingold B. and Feingold H. (New York: Random Hous, 1979).
47.
The Improvement of Severe Psychomotor and Neurological Dysfunctions Treated with the Tomatis Audio-Psycho-Phonology Method Measured with EEG Brain Map and Audit. - Vervoort, J.,de Voigt, M.J.A.,Van den Bergh, W. JOURNAL OF NEUROTHERAPY, Vol.11(4), 2007.
48.
The Magical Child ? Pearce J. (New York: Avon Books, 1979)
49.
The Middle Ear Muscle ? Borg E., Counter SA., Scientific American, August: 74-80, 1989.
50.
The Movement Response of the Human to Sound Stimuli ? Sontag LW., Wallace RF. Child Development 6:253-258. 1993.
51.
The Psycho-Motor Development of African Children in the First Year and the Influence of Maternal Behavior- Gerber M. Journal of Social Psychology 47: 185-195, 1958
52.
The Secret Life of the Unborn Child ? Verny T. (New York: Dell Publishing Company, 1981)
53.
The sound of a Miracle: A Child’s Triumph Over Autism- Stehli A. (New York: Doubleday, 1991)
54.
The Tomatis Method and the Genesis Listening. ? Gilmor T. In Pre-and Peri-Natal Psychology Journal 4:9-26, 1989
55.
The Tomatis Method with severely autistic boys: Individual case studies of behavioural changes, SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, Vol.31(1), 2000.
56.
The Tomatis method. - Tomatis, L., SOZIALPADIATRIE UND KINDERARZTLICHE PRAXIS, Vol.18(7), 1996.
57.
58.
Tomatis, Alfred A. The Conscious Ear. - Joiner, E. G. The Modern language journal, Vol.80(4), 1996.
59.
Two-year evaluation of the tomatis listening training program with learning disabled children - Kavale, Kenneth A.,Forness, Steven R.,MacMillan, Donald L.,Gresham, Frnak M. Learning disability quarterly, Vol.13(1), 1990.
60.
Vers l’Ecoute Humaine - Tomatis A. (Paris: Les Editions ESF, 1974)

 

Irlen Syndrome Literature: More than 300 papers, starting 1955
For more information for professionals or individuals interested in therapy, see our home page,
Irlen Institute / Percepual Development Corp
 
1.
Adler, L., & Attwood, M. (1987). Poor Readers: what do they really see on the page? A study of a major cause of dyslexia. Los Angeles CA: Los Angeles County Office of Education.
2.
Anstice, J. (2000). Eye movements: Their importance for reading and some of the factors that disrupt them. Paper presented to the 6th Irlen International Conference, Australia, 5-8 July.
3.
American Music Teacher (1996, June/July) Dyslexia or Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome? The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association. 16-17.
4.
Barbolini, G., Caffo, E., Robinson, G.L., & Wright, A. (1998). Light sensitivity and some pervasive developmental disorders: autistic disorder, Asperger’s disorder. Modena International Conference on Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders. Univer. Of Modena, Italy, 26-27 March.
5.
Barbolini, G., Migaldi, M., Wright, A., & Irlen, H. (1996). A biological and medical approach to remedial chromotherapy. Irlen Institute, Fourth International Directors/Screeners Conference, June 27-30, New Orleans, LA.
6.
Barbolini, G., Wright, A., Migaldi. M., & Irlen, H. (1996). A biological approach to remedial chromotherapy. Published in the form of a booklet. Available from: Irlen Centre East, 4 Park Farm Business Centre, Fornham St. Genevieve Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk IP28 6TS, UK.
7.
Black, H. (1999). Emily’s violet-colored glasses. Woman’s World, Oct. 19, 1999, 43.
8.
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27. Clinical test for Attention Enhancement System.
Cho BH, Ku J, Jang D, Lee J, Oh M, Kim H, Lee J, Kim J, Kim I, Kim S.
Stud Health Technol Inform. 2002;85:89-95.
28.
The effects of stimulant therapy, EEG biofeedback, and parenting style on the primary symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Monastra VJ, Monastra DM, George S.
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29. Alternative treatments for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: does evidence support their use?
Brue AW, Oakland TD.
Altern Ther Health Med. 2002 Jan-Feb;8(1):68-70, 72-4. Review.
30. The effects of neurofeedback on intelligence and behavior of children with attention deficit disorders.
O'Dell, Brenda Dawn;
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31. Effect of biofeedback training of sensorimotor and ?sub-1EEG rhythms on attention parameters.
Grin'-Yatsenko, V. A.; Kropotov, Yu. D.; Ponomarev, V. A.;
Human Physiology, Vol 27(3), May 2001. pp. 259-266.
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Evaluation of the effectiveness of an attention enhancement program for children diagnosed with ADHD administered in the school setting.
Grisanzio, William Richard;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 61(9-B), Apr 2001. pp. 5043.
33. The efficacy of EEG neurofeedback in the treatment of ADHD children: A case study analysis.
Padolsky, Ilean Phyllis;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 61(12-B), 2001. pp. 6716.
34. ADHD and Stuttering: Similar EEG Profiles Suggest Neurotherapy as an Adjunct to Traditional Speech Therapies.
Ratcliff-Baird, Brenda;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 5(4), 2001. pp. 5-22.
35. EEG biofeedback training and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in an elementary school setting.
Carmody, Dennis P.; Radvanski, Diane C.; Wadhwani, Sonia;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(3), 2001. pp. 5-27.
36. Neurofeedback Therapy of Attention Deficits in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury.
Keller, Ingo;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 5(1-2), 2001. pp. 19-32.
37. Attention and Neurofeedback Synchrony Training: Clinical Results and Their Significance.
McKnight, J. T.; Fehmi, L. G.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 5(1-2), 2001. pp. 45-61.
38. Learned self-regulation of EEG frequency components affects attention and event-related brain potentials in humans.
Egner T, Gruzelier JH.
Neuroreport. 2001 Dec 21;12(18):4155-9.
39. EEG biofeedback treatment of ADD. A viable alternative to traditional medical intervention?
Ramirez PM, Desantis D, Opler LA.
Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2001 Jun;931:342-58. Review.
40. Alternative treatments for adults with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Arnold LE.
Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2001 Jun;931:310-41. Review.
41. EEG markers for attention deficit disorder: Pharmacological and neurofeedback applications.
Sterman, M. Barry;
Child Study Journal, Vol 30(1), 2000. pp. 1-23.
42. Efficacy of Barabasz's instant alert hypnosis in the treatment of ADHD with neurotherapy.
Anderson, Kathryn; Barabasz, Marianne; Barabasz, Arreed;
Child Study Journal, Vol 30(1), 2000. pp. 51-62.
43. Effect of neurofeedback on variables of attention in a large multi-center trial.
Kaiser, David A.; Othmer, Siegfried;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(1), 2000. pp. 5-15.
44.
Changes after EEG biofeedback and cognitive retraining in adults with mild traumatic brain injury and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Tinius, Timothy P.; Tinius, Kathleen A.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(2), 2000. pp. 27-44.
45. Neurofeedback therapy for ADHD and related neurological disorders.
Schulenburg, Neil P.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 3(2), Spr 1999. pp. 10-20.
46. Neurofeedback assessment and treatment for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders.
Lubar, Joel F.
Lubar, Judith O.; In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew;
San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 103-143
47. Frequency band interaction in ADD/ADHD neurotherapy. Ramos, Franklin; Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 3(1), Sum-Fal 1998. pp. 26-41.
48. Neurofeedback training in a case of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Wadhwani, Sonia; Radvanski, Diane C.; Carmody, Dennis P.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 3(1), Sum-Fal 1998. pp. 42-49.
49. Patient-directed neurofeedback for AD/HD.
Rossiter, Thomas R.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 2(4), Spr 1998. pp. 54-63.
50. EEG biofeedback in the schools: The use of EEG biofeedback to treat ADHD in a school setting.
Boyd, William D.; Campbell, Susan E.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 2(4), Spr 1998. pp. 65-71
51. Neurofeedback combined with training in metacognitive strategies: effectiveness in students with ADD.
Thompson L, Thompson M.
Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 1998 Dec;23(4):243-63.
52. Biofeedback as a treatment for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Anderson, Judy Novak;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 58(5-B), Nov 1997. pp. 2663.
53. The practical aspects of diagnosing and managing children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Wolraich, Mark L.; Baumgaertel, Anna;
Clinical Pediatrics, Vol 36(9), Sep 1997. pp. 497-504.
54.
EEG biofeedback training in a clinical sample of school age children treated for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (neurofeedback).
Thorpe, Tamsen;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 58(3-B), Sep 1997. pp. 1550
55.
Neocortical dynamics: implications for understanding the role of neurofeedback and related techniques for the enhancement of attention.
Lubar JF.
Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 1997 Jun;22(2):111-26. Review
56. Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Pharmacotherapy and beyond.
Tan G, Schneider SC.
Postgrad Med. 1997 May;101(5):201-4, 213-4, 216 passim. Review.
57. EEG biofeedback for the enhancement of attentional processing in normal college students.
Rasey, Howard W.; Lubar, Joel F.; McIntyre, Anne;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(3), Win 1996. pp. 15-21.
58.
Event related potential of subgroups of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and the implications for EEG biofeedback.
Linden, Michael; Gevirtz, Richard; Isenhart, Robert;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(3), Win 1996. pp. 40-49.
59.
Event related potentials of subgroups of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and the implications for EEG biofeedback.
Linden, Michael; Gervitz, Richard; Isenhart, Robert;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(4), Spr-Sum 1996. pp. 1-11.
60. Computer-assisted cognitive training for ADHD: A case study.
Kotwal, Dilnavaz B.; Burns, William J.; Montgomery, Doil D.;
Behavior Modification, Vol 20(1), Jan 1996. pp. 85-96.
61. EEG biofeedback and the remediation of ADHD symptomatology: A controlled treatment outcome study.
Cartozzo, Henry Anthony;
Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences, Vol 56(5-A), Nov 1995. pp. 1706.
62. EEG biofeedback: A new treatment option for ADD/ADHD.
Alhambra, Marabella A.; Fowler, Timothy P.; Alhambra, Antonio A.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(2), Fal 1995. pp. 39-43.
63. A comparison of EEG biofeedback and psychostimulants in treating attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorders.
Rossiter, Thomas R.; La Vaque, Theodore J.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(1), Sum 1995. pp. 48-59.
64. Differences in baseline EEG measures for ADD and normally achieving preadolescent males.
Janzen, Troy; Graap, Ken; Stephanson, Stephan;
Biofeedback & Self Regulation, Vol 20(1), Mar 1995. pp. 65-82.
65. The effects of neurofeedback training with background music on EEG patterns of ADD and ADHD children.
Pratt, Rosalie Rebollo; Abel, Hans-Henning; Skidmore, Jon;
International Journal of Arts Medicine, Vol 4(1), Spr 1995. pp. 24-31.
66.
Neurofeedback for the management of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders.
Lubar, Joel F.
In: Biofeedback: A practitioner's guide (2nd ed.). Schwartz, Mark S.; New York, NY, US: Guilford Press, 1995. pp. 493-522.
67.
Evaluation of the effectiveness of EEG neurofeedback training for ADHD in a clinical setting as measured by changes in T.O.V.A. scores, behavioral ratings, and WISC-R performance.
Lubar JF, Swartwood MO, Swartwood JN, O'Donnell PH.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1995 Mar;20(1):83-99.
68. Ten-year stability of EEG biofeedback results for a hyperactive boy who failed fourth grade perceptually impaired class.
Tansey MA.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1993 Mar;18(1):33-44.
69. Discourse on the development of EEG diagnostics and biofeedback for attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorders.
Lubar JF.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1991 Sep;16(3):201-25. Review.
70. Biofeedback assisted attention training: Open Focus?Workshop.
Fehmi, Les;
Psychotherapy in Private Practice, Vol 5(1), Spr 1987. pp. 47-49.
71. Electroencephalographic biofeedback of SMR and beta for treatment of attention deficit disorders in a clinical setting.
Lubar JO, Lubar JF.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1984 Mar;9(1):1-23.
72.
EMG and EEG biofeedback training in the treatment of a 10-year-old hyperactive boy with a developmental reading disorder.
Tansey MA, Bruner RL.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1983 Mar;8(1):25-37.
73. The effects of EEG biofeedback training on the behavior of hyperactive children.
Parziale, Jeffrey L.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 43(3-B), Sep 1982. pp. 881-882
74.
A comparison of two feedback encephalography training programs (with self-regulation strategies) upon selected physiological, psychological, and motor performance correlates of arousal and attention.
Matteson, J. Harold;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 42(6-B), Dec 1981. pp. 2590-2591
75.
EEG and behavioral changes in a hyperkinetic child concurrent with training of the sensorimotor rhythm (SMR): a preliminary report.
Lubar JF, Shouse MN.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1976 Sep;1(3):293-306.
 
ANXIETY DISORDERS
1. Neurofeedback with anxiety and affective disorders.
Hammond DC.
Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am. 2005 Jan;14(1):105-23, vii. Review.
2. A review of EEG biofeedback treatment of anxiety disorders.
Moore NC.
Clin Electroencephalogr. 2000 Jan;31(1):1-6. Review.
3. The efficacy of alpha and theta neurofeedback training in treatment of generalized anxiety disorder.
Vanathy, S.; Sharma, P. S. V. N.; Kumar, K. B.;
Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology, Vol 25(2), Sep 1998. pp. 136-143.
4.
Biofeedback as a placebo: Anxiety reduction facilitated by training in either suppression or enhancement of alpha brainwaves.
Plotkin, William B.; Rice, Kathleen M.;
Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, Vol 49(4), Aug 1981. pp. 590-596.
 
AUTISM
1. Effects of electroencephalogram biofeedback with Asperger's syndrome.
Scolnick B.
Int J Rehabil Res. 2005 Jun;28(2):159-63.
2. Efficacy of Neurofeedback for Children in the Autistic Spectrum: A Pilot Study.
Jarusiewicz, Betty;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(4), 2002. pp. 39-49
 
AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS
1. EEG biofeedback in the treatment of Lyme disease: A case study.
Packard, Russell C.; Ham, Lesley P.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(3), Win 1996. pp. 22-31.
 
CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME
1. Treatment of chronic fatigue with neurofeedback and self-hypnosis.
Hammond DC.
NeuroRehabilitation. 2001;16(4):295-300.
2. EEG biofeedback as a treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome: a controlled case report.
James LC, Folen RA.
Behav Med. 1996 Summer;22(2):77-81
 
CONDUCT DISORDER
1. Abnormal QEEG patterns associated with dissociation and violence.
Evans, James R.; Claycomb, Suzanne;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 3(2), Spr 1999. pp. 21-27.
2. Quantitative EEG findings among men convicted of murder.
Evans, James R.; Park, Nan- Sook;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 2(2), Spr-Sum 1997. pp. 31-39.
3.
EEG Biofeedback Training for Attention Deficit Disorder, Specific Learning Disabilities, and Associated Conduct Problems
Siegfried Othmer, Susan F. Othmer, & Clifford S. Marks September 1991
4. Composite biofeedback conditioning and dangerous offenders: III.
Quirk, Douglas A. Journal of Neurotherapy, 1995 Fal, v1 (n2):44-54.
 
EPILEPSY
1. Neurofeedback treatment of epilepsy.
Walker JE, Kozlowski GP.
Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am. 2005 Jan;14(1):163-76, viii. Review
2. Neurofeedback and epilepsy.
Monderer RS, Harrison DM, Haut SR.
Epilepsy Behav. 2002 Jun;3(3):214-218.
3. Negative potential shifts and the prediction of the outcome of neurofeedback therapy in epilepsy.
Kotchoubey B, Strehl U, Holzapfel S, Blankenhorn V, Froscher W, Birbaumer N.
Clin Neurophysiol. 1999 Apr;110(4):683-6.
4. A meta-analysis of psychological treatments for epilepsy.
Yesu, Daniel;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 59(4-B), Oct 1998. pp. 1873.
5. Neurofeedback treatment of pseudoseizure disorder.
Swingle PG.
Biol Psychiatry. 1998 Dec 1;44(11):1196-9.
6. Effectiveness of psychological interventions for people with poorly controlled epilepsy.
Goldstein, Laura H.;
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, Vol 63(2), Aug 1997. pp. 137-142
7.
Neurotherapy and drug therapy in combination for adult ADHD, personality disorder, and seizure disorder: A case report.
Hansen, Lisa M.; Trudeau, David L.; Grace, Dixie L.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 2(1), Fal-Win 1996. pp. 6-14.
8. Predictive factors for controlling seizures using a behavioural approach.
Andrews DJ, Schonfeld WH.
Seizure. 1992 Jun;1(2):111-6.
9.
Evocation and inhibition of seizures: Behavioral treatment.
Fenwick, Peter
In: Neurobehavioral problems in epilepsy. Smith, Dennis B.; Treiman, David M.; New York, NY, England: Raven Press, Publishers, 1991. pp. 163-183.
10. EEG biofeedback and relaxation training in the control of epileptic seizures.
Tozzo CA, Elfner LF, May JG Jr.
Int J Psychophysiol. 1988 Aug;6(3):185-94.
11. Neuropsychological aspects of complex partial seizures: Diagnostic and treatment issues.
Bennett, Thomas L.;
International Journal of Clinical Neuropsychology, Vol 9(1), 1987. pp. 37-45.
12. Eight to twelve Hertz occipital EEG training with moderate and severely retarded epileptic individuals.
Rudrud, Eric H.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 39(5-B), Nov 1978. pp. 2546.
13. Electroencephalographic biofeedback methodology and the management of epilepsy.
Lubar, Joel F.;
Pavlovian Journal of Biological Science, Vol 12(3), Jul-Sep 1977. pp. 147-185.
14. Operant conditioning of epileptic neurons in monkeys and its theoretical application to EEG operant conditioning in humans.
Wyler AR.
Pavlov J Biol Sci. 1977 Jul-Sep;12(3):130-46.
15. Behavioral management of epileptic seizures following EEG biofeedback training of the sensorimotor rhythm.
Lubar JF, Bahler WW.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1976 Mar;1(1):77-104.
16. Reduction of seizures in refractory epileptic patients through EEG biofeedback training.
Seifert, Alvin R.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 36(3-B), Sep 1975. pp. 1481.
17. Reduction of epileptic seizures through EEG biofeedback training.
Seifert AR, Lubar JF.
Biol Psychol. 1975 Nov;3(3):157-84.
18. Biofeedback in epileptics: equivocal relationship of reinforced EEG frequency to seizure reduction.
Kaplan BJ.
Epilepsia. 1975 Sep;16(3):477-85.
19. Phased biofeedback approach for epileptic seizure control.
Johnson, Richard K.; Meyer, Robert G.;
Journal of Behavior Therapy & Experimental Psychiatry, Vol 5(2), Sep 1974. pp. 185-187.
20. EEG biofeedback and epilepsy.
Kaplan, Bonnie J.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 35(2-B), Aug 1974. pp. 1082.
21.
Neurophysiologic and clinical studies of sensorimotor EEG biofeedback training: some effects on epilepsy.
Sterman MB.
Seminars in Psychiatry
 
LEARNING DISABILITIES
1.
Electroencephalogram biofeedback for reading disability and traumatic brain injury.
Thornton KE, Carmody DP.
Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am. 2005 Jan;14(1):137-62, vii. Review.
2.
Neurofeedback for elementary students with identified learning problems.
Orlando, Peter C.; Rivera, Richard O.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 5-19
3.
EEG and behavioral changes following neurofeedback treatment in learning disabled children.
Fernandez T, Herrera W, Harmony T, Diaz-Comas L, Santiago E, Sanchez L, Bosch J, Fernandez-Bouzas A, Otero G, Ricardo-Garcell J, Barraza C, Aubert E, Galan L, Valdes R.
Clin Electroencephalogr. 2003 Jul;34(3):145-52.
4.
Visual-motor integration and its relation to EEG neurofeedback brain wave patterns, reading, spelling, and arithmetic achievement in attention deficit disordered and learning disabled students.
Fenger, T. Nick;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 3(1), Sum-Fal 1998. pp. 9-18.
5.
A controlled study of the effects of EEG biofeedback on cognition and behavior of children with attention deficit disorder and learning disabilities": Erratum.
Linden, Michael; Habib, Thomas; Radojevic, Vesna;
Biofeedback & Self Regulation, Vol 21(3), Sep 1996. pp. 297.
6.
EEG Beta and Theta training with learning disabled children: Variables associated with individual responsivity.
Schnoll, Ellen Rae;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 56(8-B), Feb 1996. pp. 4592.
7.
A controlled study of the effects of EEG biofeedback on cognition and behavior of children with attention deficit disorder and learning disabilities.
Linden M, Habib T, Radojevic V.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1996 Mar;21(1):35-49. Erratum in: 1996 Sep;21(3):297.
8.
Wechsler (WISC--R) changes following treatment of learning disabilities via EEG biofeedback training in a private practice setting.
Tansey, Michael A.;
Australian Journal of Psychology, Vol 43(3), Dec 1991. pp. 147-153.
9.
An investigation of the remediation of learning disabilities utilizing EEG biofeedback as measured by neuropsychological and psychoeducational tests, and EEG spectral analysis.
Bell, Corinne R.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 46(9-B), Mar 1986. pp. 3235-3236.
10.
EEG biofeedback and learning disabilities.
Lubar, Joel F.;
Theory Into Practice, Vol 24(2), Spr 1985. pp. 106-111.
11.
EEG sensorimotor rhythm biofeedback training: some effects on the neurologic precursors of learning disabilities.
Tansey MA.
Int J Psychophysiol. 1984 Feb;1(2):163-77.
12.
The effects of bilateral EEG biofeedback on verbal, visual-spatial, and creative skills in learning disabled male adolescents.
Cunningham MD, Murphy PJ.
J Learn Disabil. 1981 Apr;14(4):204-8. No abstract available.
13.
An investigation of relationships between an enhanced theta brainwave condition and visually presented paired associate learning.
Mapes, Joseph L.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 38(5-B), Nov 1977. pp. 2418.
 
MIGRAINE
1. The efficacy of neurofeedback on migrainous neuralgia.
Walcutt, Diana L.;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 62(1-B), Jul 2001. pp. 568.
2. EEG biofeedback for post-traumatic headache and cognitive dysfunction: A pilot study.
Packard, Russell C.; Ham, Lesley P.;
Headache Quarterly, Vol 8(4), 1997. pp. 348-352.
 
MIGRAINE
1.
An alternative treatment for depression using EEG biofeedback to alter frontal alpha asymmetry and improve mood.
Nazarian, Maria;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 65(9-B), 2005. pp. 4842.
2.
The effects of alpha/theta neurofeedback on personality and mood.
Raymond J, Varney C, Parkinson LA, Gruzelier JH.
Brain Res Cogn Brain Res. 2005 May;23(2-3):287-92.
3.
Clinical use of an alpha asymmetry neurofeedback protocol in the treatment of mood disorders: Follow-up study one to five years post therapy.
Baehr, Elsa; Rosenfeld, J. Peter; Baehr, Rufus;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(4), 2001. pp. 11-18
4.
Neurofeedback treatment of depression with the Roshi.
Hammond, D. Corydon;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(2), 2000. pp. 45-56.
5.
An EEG biofeedback protocol for affective disorders.
Rosenfeld JP.
Clin Electroencephalogr. 2000 Jan;31(1):7-12. Review. No abstract available.
6.
Single case study of EEG asymmetry biofeedback for depression: An independent replication in an adolescent.
Earnest, Carolyn;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 3(2), Spr 1999. pp. 28-35.
7.
Clinical use of an alpha asymmetry neurofeedback protocol in the treatment of mood disorders.
Baehr, Elsa
Rosenfeld, J. Peter; Baehr, Rufus; In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 181-201.
8.
The clinical use of an alpha asymmetry protocol in the neurofeedback treatment of depression: Two case studies.
Baehr, Elsa; Rosenfeld, J. P.; Baehr, Rufus;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 2(3), Fal-Win 1997. pp. 10-23.
 
OTHER
1.
Preface: Emerging Interventions.
Hirshberg, Laurence M.; Chiu, Sufen; Frazier, Jean A.;
Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Vol 14(1), Jan 2005. pp. xiii-xvii.
2.
Changing Brainwaves in Psychological Practice.
Masterpasqua, Frank;
PsycCRITIQUES, Vol 50 (26), 2005. pp. [np].
3.
Unconscious operant conditioning in the paradigm of brain-computer interface based on color perception.
Kaplan AY, Lim JJ, Jin KS, Park BW, Byeon JG, Tarasova SU.
Int J Neurosci. 2005 Jun;115(6):781-802.
4.
Clinical database development: characterization of EEG phenotypes.
Johnstone J, Gunkelman J, Lunt J.
Clin EEG Neurosci. 2005 Apr;36(2):99-107.
5.
Biofeedback and dance performance: a preliminary investigation.
Raymond J, Sajid I, Parkinson LA, Gruzelier JH.
Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2005 Mar;30(1):64-73.
6.
Increasing individual upper alpha power by neurofeedback improves cognitive performance in human subjects.
Hanslmayr S, Sauseng P, Doppelmayr M, Schabus M, Klimesch W.
Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2005 Mar;30(1):1-10.
7.
Stress reactivity and family relationships in the development and treatment of endometriosis.
Harrison V, Rowan K, Mathias J.
Fertil Steril. 2005 Apr;83(4):857-64. Review
8.
[Effects of neurofeedback-based EEG alpha and EEG beta training in patients with chronically decompensated tinnitus]
Schenk S, Lamm K, Gundel H, Ladwig KH.
HNO. 2005 Jan;53(1):29-37. German.
9.
Critical validation studies of neurofeedback.
Gruzelier J, Egner T.
Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am. 2005 Jan;14(1):83-104, vi. Review
10.
Emerging brain-based interventions for children and adolescents: overview and clinical perspective.
Hirshberg LM, Chiu S, Frazier JA.
Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am. 2005 Jan;14(1):1-19, v. Review.
11.
Introduction to white paper series--Guest Editorial.
Moss, Donald; LaVaque, Theodore J.; Hammond, D. Corydon;
Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, Vol 29(3), Sep 2004. pp. 151-152.
12.
Mapping of Changes in EEG Spectrum Power during a Session of Biofeedback Training of the ?sub-1 Rhythm.
Nikishena, I. S.; Ponomarev, V. A.; Grin'-Yatsenko, V. A.;
Human Physiology, Vol 30(4), Jul- Aug 2004. pp. 392-396
13.
Ideology and the stagnation of AODA treatment modalities in America.
Quinn, James F.; Bodenhamer- Davis, Eugenia; Koch, D. Shane;
Deviant Behavior, Vol 25(2), Mar-Apr 2004. pp. 109-131.
14.
Post initial neurofeedback experience of functional adults: A qualitative study.
Parker, Jan F.;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 65(4-B), 2004. pp. 1772.
15.
The effects of electroencephalographic biofeedback treatment on trichotillomania: A single-case experiment.
Van Zile, Nancy Jeanne;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 64(9-B), 2004. pp. 4602
16.
A proactive position on qEEG in neurotherapy.
Trudeau, David L.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(1), 2004. pp. 1-4.
17.
Introduction: Blood Flow Hemoencephalography.
Tinius, Tim;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(3), 2004. pp. 1-3.
18.
Standards for the use of Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG) in neurofeedback: A position paper of the international society for neuronal regulation.
Hammond, D. Corydon; Walker, Jonathan; Hoffman, Daniel;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(1), 2004. pp. 5-27.
19.
Changes in frontal brain asymmetry associated with premenstrual dysphoric disorder: A single case study.
Baehr, Elsa; Miller, Laura; Rosenfeld, J. Peter;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(1), 2004. pp. 29- 42.
20.
The temporal dynamics of electroencephalographic responses to alpha/theta neurofeedback training in healthy subjects.
Egner, Tobias; Gruzelier, John H.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(1), 2004. pp. 43-5.
21.
Exploring Hemispheric Differences in Infrared Brain Emissions.
Freides, David; Aberbach, Lisa;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(3), 2004. pp. 53-61.
22.
Effects of Hemoencephalographic (HEG) Training at Three Prefrontal Locations Upon EEC Ratios at Cz.
Sherrill, Robert Jr.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(3), 2004. pp. 63-76.
23.
Clinical corner.
Hammond, D. Corydon;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 91.
24.
Neurofeedback for cerebral palsy.
Ayers, Margaret E.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 93- 94.
25.
Neurofeedback with cerebral palsy and mental retardation: A case report.
Bachers, Alan;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 95-96.
26.
A neurologist's advice for mental health professionals on the use of QEEG and neurofeedback.
Walker, Jonathan;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 97-103.
27.
Increasing individual upper alpha power by neurofeedback improves cognitive performance.
Hanslmayr, Simon;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 110-111.
28.
Combined effects of neurofeedback and pulsed electromagnetic fields.
Lappin, Martha S.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 123-124.
29.
Combining ROSHI and BrainMaster: Three case studies.
Martin, George;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 124-125
30.
QEEG guided rTMS.
Padgitt, Steven T.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 125- 126
31..
The effects of neurofeedback on hemispheric specialization and on cognition.
Barnea, Anat;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 131-132.
32.
Extended follow-up of Peniston protocol results with chemical dependency.
Bodenhamer- Davis, Eugenia; Callaway, Tonya;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 135-136.
33.
Exploring measures of change in neurofeedback: Is there value in auto and cross correlations, first derivatives and correlation dimension?
Brown V
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34.
Treatment effects related to EEG-biofeedback for crack cocaine dependency in a faith-based homeless mission.
Burkett, V. Shannon; Cummins, John M.; Dickson, Robert M.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 138-140
35.
Tomographic neurofeedback: A new technique for the self-regulation of brain electrical activity.
Congedo, Marco; Lubar, Joel; Joffe, David;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 8(2), 2004. pp. 141-142.
36.
Brain-Behavior Relationships: Normalizing the Anomalous.
Tansey, Michael A.
PsycCRITIQUES, 2004. pp. [np].
37.
Low-resolution electromagnetic tomography neurofeedback.
Congedo M, Lubar JF, Joffe D.
IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2004 Dec;12(4):387-97.
38.
The effects of neurofeedback training on the spectral topography of the electroencephalogram.
Egner T, Zech TF, Gruzelier JH.
Clin Neurophysiol. 2004 Nov;115(11):2452-60.
39.
Biofeedback treatment for asthma.
Lehrer PM, Vaschillo E, Vaschillo B, Lu SE, Scardella A, Siddique M, Habib RH.
Chest. 2004 Aug;126(2):352-61.
40.
An EEG-driven brain-computer interface combined with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).
Hinterberger T, Weiskopf N, Veit R, Wilhelm B, Betta E, Birbaumer N.
IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2004 Jun;51(6):971-4.
41.
Principles of a brain-computer interface (BCI) based on real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).
Weiskopf N, Mathiak K, Bock SW, Scharnowski F, Veit R, Grodd W, Goebel R, Birbaumer N.
IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2004 Jun;51(6):966-70.
42.
Neurofeedback in Psychological Practice.
Masterpasqua, Frank; Healey, Kathryn N.;
Professional Psychology: Research & Practice, Vol 34(6), Dec 2003. pp. 652-65
43.
Mood changes after self-hypnosis and Johrei prior to exams.
Laidlaw, Tannis M.; Naito, Akira; Dwivedi, Prabudha;
Contemporary Hypnosis, Vol 20(1), 2003. pp. 25-40.
44.
An examination of the efficacy of EEG Biofeedback on the treatment of essential hypertension: A presentation and implementation of a comprehensive protocol for treating the disorder.
Peterson, Dana Timothy;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 64(1-B), 2003. pp. 428.
45.
Peak alpha frequency: An electroencephalographic measure of cognitive preparedness.
Angelakis, Efthymios;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 64(3-B), 2003. pp. 1538.
46.
QEEG-guided neurofeedback in the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder.
Hammond, D. Corydon;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 7(2), 2003. pp. 25-52.
47.
Databases or specific training protocols for neurotherapy? A proposal for a "clinical approach to neurotherapy.
" Romano-Micha, Jaime;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 7(3-4), 2003. Special issue: Quantitative electroencephalographic analysis (QEEG) databases for neurotherapy: Description, validation, and application. pp. 69-85.
48.
The effects of caffeine on the brain: A review.
Hammond, D. Corydon;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 7(2), 2003. pp. 79-89.
49.
The impact of self-hypnosis and Johrei on lymphocyte subpopulations at exam time: a controlled study.
Naito A, Laidlaw TM, Henderson DC, Farahani L, Dwivedi P, Gruzelier JH.
Brain Res Bull. 2003 Dec 30;62(3):241-53.
50.
Real-time independent component analysis of fMRI time-series.
Esposito F, Seifritz E, Formisano E, Morrone R, Scarabino T, Tedeschi G, Cirillo S, Goebel R, Di Salle F.
Neuroimage. 2003 Dec;20(4):2209-24.
51.
Neurofeedback training for a patient with thalamic and cortical infarctions.
Bearden TS, Cassisi JE, Pineda M.
Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2003 Sep;28(3):241-53.
52.
Ecological validity of neurofeedback: modulation of slow wave EEG enhances musical performance.
Egner T, Gruzelier JH.
Neuroreport. 2003 Jul 1;14(9):1221-4.
53.
Clinical application of an EEG-based brain-computer interface: a case study in a patient with severe motor impairment.
Neuper C, Muller GR, Kubler A, Birbaumer N, Pfurtscheller G.
Clin Neurophysiol. 2003 Mar;114(3):399-409.
54.
The effect of training distinct neurofeedback protocols on aspects of cognitive performance.
Vernon D, Egner T, Cooper N, Compton T, Neilands C, Sheri A, Gruzelier J.
Int J Psychophysiol. 2003 Jan;47(1):75-85.
55.
Task force report on methodology and empirically supported treatments: Introduction.
Moss, Donald; Gunkelman, Jay;
Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, Vol 27(4), Dec 2002. pp. 271-272
56.
EEG biofeedback on cognitive function of children with ADHD.
Jiang, Ronghuan; Wang, Yufeng; Gu, Bomei;
Chinese Mental Health Journal, Vol 16(6), Jun 2002. pp. 407-410.
57.
The effects of EEG neurofeedback and neuro-cognitive processing in the educational environment of an arts-based private elementary/middle school.
Delong, Lise Deandre;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 63(6-B), Jan 2002. pp. 3033.
58.
Mechanism(s) of the placebo response and the future of neurofeedback research.
La Vaque, T. J.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(1), 2002. pp. 1-4.
59.
Neurofeedback Training: Integration with Diet and Detoxification Programs.
Ibric, Victoria L.; McCourt, James E.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(4), 2002. pp. 25-38.
60.
Impact of qEEG-guided coherence training for patients with a mild closed head injury.
Walker, Jonathan E.; Norman, Charles A.; Weber, Ronald K.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(2), 2002. pp. 31-43.
61.
Application of repetitive visual stimulation to EEG neurofeedback protocols.
Collura, Thomas F.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(2), 2002. pp. 47-70.
62.
Biofeedback for Movement Disorders (Dystonia with Parkinson's Disease): Theory and Preliminary Results.
Thompson, Michael; Thompson, Lynda;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(4), 2002. pp. 51-70.
63.
Behaviorism and neurofeedback: Still married.
Fultz, Dwight E.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(3), 2002. pp. 67-74.
64.
Are There Indications or Contradictions in Using and Doing Neurofeedback Under Task Conditions?
Hammond D Corydon;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(4), 2002. pp. 89-95.
65.
The alpha rhythm EEG.
Hammond, D. Corydon;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(3), 2002. pp. 89-100.
66.
Neurofeedback and quantitative electroencephalography.
Weiler EW, Brill K, Tachiki KH, Schneider D.
Int Tinnitus J. 2002;8(2):87-93.
67.
The circle of the soul: the role of spirituality in health care.
Moss D.
Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2002 Dec;27(4):283-97. Review.
68.
EEG signature and phenomenology of alpha/theta neurofeedback training versus mock feedback.
Egner T, Strawson E, Gruzelier JH.
Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2002 Dec;27(4):261-70.
69.
On the pathophysiology of migraine--links for "empirically based treatment" with neurofeedback.
Kropp P, Siniatchkin M, Gerber WD.
Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2002 Sep;27(3):203-13. Review.
70.
Functional MRI for neurofeedback: feasibility study on a hand motor task.
Yoo SS, Jolesz FA.
Neuroreport. 2002 Aug 7;13(11):1377-81.
71.
The improvement/rehabilitation of auditory memory functioning with EEG biofeedback.
Thornton KE.
NeuroRehabilitation. 2002;17(1):69-80.
72.
A Janusian perspective on the nature, development and structure of schizophrenia and schizotypy.
Gruzelier J.
Schizophr Res. 2002 Mar 1;54(1-2):95-103
73.
Treatment of fibromyalgia incorporating EEG-driven stimulation: A clinical outcomes study.
Mueller, Horst H.; Donaldson, C. C. Stuart; Nelson, David V.;
Journal of Clinical Psychology, Vol 57(7), Jul 2001. pp. 933-952.
74.
Ethical research issues: Going beyond the Declaration of Helsinki.
Striefel, Sebastian;
Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, Vol 26(1), Mar 2001. pp. 39-59.
75.
Applied Research Using Alpha/Theta Training for Enhancing Creativity and Well- Being.
Boynton, Tracy;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 5(1-2), 2001. pp. 5-18.
76.
Optimal Functioning Training with EEG Biofeedback for Clinical Populations: A Case Study.
Mason, Linda A.; Brownback, Thomas S.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 5(1-2), 2001. pp. 33-43.
77.
Changes in Lateralized Memory Performance in Subjects with Epilepsy Following Neurofeedback Training.
Sterman, M. B.; Lantz, DeLee;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 5(1-2), 2001. pp. 63-72.
78.
Agitation therapy for antisocial and psychopathic personalities: an outline.
Martens WH.
Am J Psychother. 2001;55(2):234-50
79.
The ethical use of placebo controls in clinical research: the Declaration of Helsinki.
La Vaque TJ, Rossiter T.
Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2001 Mar;26(1):23-37; discussion 61-5.
80.
[Neurofeedback in therapy of tinnitus]
Gosepath K, Nafe B, Ziegler E, Mann WJ.
HNO. 2001 Jan;49(1):29-35. German
81.
The effects of EEG biofeedback on hypnagogia, creativity, and well-being.
Boynton, Tracy B.;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 61(4- B), Oct 2000. pp. 2264.
82.
Implementation of virtual reality in EEG biofeedback.
Othmer, Siegfried; Kaiser, David;
CyberPsychology & Behavior, Vol 3(3), Jun 2000. pp. 415-420.
83.
An investigation of the reliability and validity of theta/beta ratio measurement.
Ohlund, Barbara Jo;
Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences, Vol 61(6-A), Jan 2000. pp. 2255.

84.

The effects of brief, eyes-open alpha brain wave training with audio and video relaxation induction on the EEG of 77 army reservists.
Putman, John;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(1), 2000. pp. 17-28.
85.
Comparison of alpha-theta, alpha and EMG neurofeedback in the production of alpha- theta crossover and the occurrence of visualizations.
Moore, John P.; Trudeau, David L.; Thuras, Paul D.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(1), 2000. pp. 29-42.
86.
The role of aspirational ethics and licensing laws in the practice of neurofeedback.
Stiefel, Sebastian;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(1), 2000. pp. 43-55.
87.
Verification study on the focused technology F1000.
Barnes, T.; Hamilton, R.; Reed, S.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(2), 2000. pp. 105-107
88.
Response to verification study.
Deits, Frank;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(2), 2000. pp. 109.
89.
Improvement/rehabilitation of memory functioning with neurotherapy/QEEG biofeedback.
Thornton K.
J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2000 Dec;15(6):1285-96.
90.
Neurofeedback--the significance of reinforcement and the search for an appropriate strategy for the success of self-regulation.
Siniatchkin M, Kropp P, Gerber WD.
Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2000 Sep;25(3):167-75
91.
The state of EEG biofeedback therapy (EEG operant conditioning) in 2000: an editor's opinion.
Duffy FH.
Clin Electroencephalogr. 2000 Jan;31(1):V-VII. No abstract available.
92.
An assessment of the effects of multi-session audio-visual stimulation on cognitive measures and the cortical eeg.
Timmermann, Deanna Lee;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 60(3-B), Sep 1999. pp. 1343.
93.
Electroencephalographic events during the wisconsin card sorting test.
Debeus, Mary Elizabeth;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 59(7-B), Jan 1999. pp. 3675.
94.
An overview of quantitative EEG and its applications to neurofeedback.
Cantor, David S.
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95.
EEG database-guided neurotherapy.
Thatcher, Robert W.
In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 29-64.
96.
From EEG to neurofeedback.
Budzyndski, Thomas H.
In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 65-79.
97.
Medical applications of neurobiofeedback.
Laibow, Rima
In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 83-102.
98.
Neurotherapy in the treatment of dissociation.
Brownback, Thomas
Mason, Linda; In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 145-156
99.
Performance enhancement training through neurofeedback.
Norris, S. Louise
Currieri, Michael; In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 223-240.
100.
EEG biofeedback: An emerging model for its global efficacy.
Othmer, Siegfried
Othmer, Susan F.; Kaiser, David A.; In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 243-310.
101.
The neural underpinnings of neurofeedback training.
Arbarbanel, Andrew
In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 311-340.
102.
Theories of the effectiveness of alpha-theta training for multiple disorders.
White, Nancy E.
In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 341-367.
103.
Ethical, legal, and professional pitfalls associated with neurofeedback services.
Striefel, Sebastian
In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 371-399.
104.
Julia's analysis.
Miller, Jill M.
In: Learning disabilities and psychic conflict: A psychoanalytic casebook. Rothstein, Arden Aibel; Glenn, Jules; Madison, CT, US: International Universities Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 129-161
105.
Brain wave states and hypnotherapy.
Baddeley, Mark;
Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis, Vol 20(2), Sep 1999. pp. 108-111
106.
Regarding the database for the Peniston alpha-theta EEG biofeedback protocol": Comment.
Peniston, Eugene G.;
Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, Vol 23(4), Dec 1998. pp. 273-275.
107.
Nested systems: Evolving models of embodied psychotherapy.
Cabral, Tobias Francisco;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 59(2-B), Aug 1998. pp. 0866.
108.
Normative EEG databases and EEG biofeedback.
Thatcher, Robert W.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 2(4), Spr 1998. pp. 8-39.
109.
Treatment of dissociative identity disorder with neurotherapy and group self- exploration.
Manchester, Carol F.; Allen, Tom; Tachiki, Ken H.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 2(4), Spr 1998. pp. 40-52.
110.
[GOFI--a neurofeedback system for child and adolescent psychiatry]
Heinrich H, Nelson K, Moll GH, Rothenberger A.
Biomed Tech (Berl). 1998;43(3):67-71. German. No abstract available.
111.
Frontal interhemispheric asymmetry: self regulation and individual differences in humans.
Hardman E, Gruzelier J, Cheesman K, Jones C, Liddiard D, Schleichert H, Birbaumer N.
Neurosci Lett. 1997 Jan 17;221(2-3):117-20.
112.
Preliminary evidence that daily changes in frontal alpha asymmetry correlate with changes in affect in therapy sessions.
Rosenfeld JP, Baehr E, Baehr R, Gotlib IH, Ranganath C.
Int J Psychophysiol. 1996 Aug-Sep;23(1-2):137-41.
113.
A quantitative/qualitative study to test the efficacy of electroencephalographic entrainment feedback.
Cook, Cheryl Faulkner;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 56(5-B), Nov 1995. pp. 2926.
114.
Correction of neuropsychic deadaptation by means of functional EEG biofeedback control.
Soroko, S. I.; Musuraliev, T. Zh.; Komarover, I. N.;
Human Physiology, Vol 21(6), Nov-Dec 1995. pp. 537-545.
115.
Mathematically derived frequency correlates in cerebral function: Theoretical and clinical implications for neurofeedback training.
Sams, Marvin W.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(2), Fal 1995. pp. 1-14.
116.
Gates, states, rhythms, and resonances: The scientific basis of neurofeedback training.
Abarbanel, Andrew;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(2), Fal 1995. pp. 15-38.
117.
Neurofeedback and Lyme's disease: A clinical application of the Five Phase Model of CNS Functional Transformation and integration.
Brown, Valdeane W.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(2), Fal 1995. pp. 60-73.
118.
Neurofeedback: one instrument in the orchestra.
Norris, S. Louise;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(2), Fal 1995. pp. 74-76.
119.
Positive outcome with neurofeedback treatment in a case of mild autism.
Sichel, Arthur G.; Fehmi, Lester G.; Goldstein, David M.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(1), Sum 1995. pp. 60-64.
120.
Human EEG, behavioral stillness and biofeedback.
Mulholland, Thomas;
International Journal of Psychophysiology, Vol 19(3), Apr 1995. pp. 263-279.
121.
[Correction of neuro-psychic maladjustment disorders using functional EEG biofeedback]
Soroko SI, Musuraliev TZh, Komarover IN.
Fiziol Cheloveka. 1995 Nov-Dec;21(6):14-28. Russian. No abstract available.
122.
Some nontraditional (unconventional and/or innovative) psychosocial treatments for children and adolescents: critique and proposed screening principles.
Arnold LE.
J Abnorm Child Psychol. 1995 Feb;23(1):125-40. Review.
123.
Electroencephalographic cartography of conscious states.
Tansey, Michael A.; Tansey, Jennifer A.; Tachiki, Ken H.;
International Journal of Neuroscience, Vol 77(1-2), Jul 1994. pp. 89-98.
124.
Learning disabled children: The effects of neurofeedback training on brain efficiency.
Packard, F. Bruce;
Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences, Vol 55(4-A), 1994. pp. 913.
125.
Asthmatic extrathoracic upper airway obstruction: laryngeal dyskinesis.
Nahmias J, Tansey M, Karetzky MS.
N J Med. 1994 Sep;91(9):616-20.
126.
Controversial treatments for children with ADHD and impulse disorders.
Goldstein, Sam
Ingersoll, Barbara; In: Handbook of childhood impulse disorders and ADHD: Theory and practice. Koziol, Leonard F.; Stout, Chris E.; Springfield, IL, England: Charles C Thomas, Publisher, 1993. pp. 144-160.
127.
Effects of thermal and EEG biofeedback on brainwave synchrony.
Venneman, John A.;
Medical Psychotherapy: An International Journal, Vol 4, 1991. pp. 61-.
128.
The influence of electrocortical biofeedback on performance in pre-elite archers.
Landers DM, Petruzzello SJ, Salazar W, Crews DJ, Kubitz KA, Gannon TL, Han M.
Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1991 Jan;23(1):123-9.
129.
Righting the rhythms of reason: EEG biofeedback training as a therapeutic modality in a clinical office setting.
Tansey, Michael A.;
Medical Psychotherapy: An International Journal, Vol 3, 1990. pp. 57-68.
130.
Electroencephalographic biofeedback and neurological applications.
Lubar, Joel F.
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131.
Equipment needs for psychotherapists.
Peffer, Kirk E.
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132.
The effects of electrode placement upon EEG biofeedback training: The monopolar)ipolar controversy.
Fehmi, Lester G.; Sundor, Adam;
International Journal of Psychosomatics, Vol 36(1-4), 1989. Special issue: Biofeedback and diagnostic techniques. pp. 23-33
133.
The effects of electrode placement upon EEG biofeedback training: the monopolar-bipolar controversy.
Fehmi LG, Sundor A.
Int J Psychosom. 1989;36(1-4):23-33.
134.
A brief review of research and controversies in EEG biofeedback and meditation.
Echenhofer, Frank G.; Coombs, Mary M.;
Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, Vol 19(2), 1987. pp. 161-171.
135.
Can subjects be trained to communicate through the use of EEG biofeedback?
Elder S; Thomas; Lashley, Joyce K.; Kedouri, Nela;
Clinical Biofeedback & Health: An International Journal, Vol 9(1), Spr-Sum 1986. pp. 42-47.
136.
The effect of synchronized, multichannel EEG biofeedback and "Open Focus" Training upon the performance of selected psychomotor tasks.
Gillette, Donna L.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 44(3-B), Sep 1983. pp. 910.
137.
Biological rhythms in arousal indices: a potential confounding effect in EEG biofeedback.
Gertz J, Lavie P.
Psychophysiology. 1983 Nov;20(6):690-5. No abstract available.
138.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: A challenge for biofeedback.
Elder, S. Thomas; Lashley, Joyce K.; Steck, Charles G.;
American Journal of Clinical Biofeedback, Vol 5(2), Fal- Win 1982. pp. 123-125.
139.
EEG sensorimotor biofeedback training and the treatment of a six-year-old asthmatic child.
Tansey, Michael A.;
American Journal of Clinical Biofeedback, Vol 5(2), Fal-Win 1982. pp. 145-149.
140.
Occipital alpha training in mentally retarded adolescents.
Thorson, Gary; Lipscomb, Thomas J.;
Mental Retardation, Vol 20(1), Feb 1982. pp. 30-32.
141.
Facilitation of performance on an arithmetic task as a result of the application of a biofeedback procedure to suppress alpha wave activity.
Jackson GM, Eberly DA.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1982 Jun;7(2):211-21
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Biofeedback: A possible substitute for smoking.
Griffith, Earl E.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 42(6-B), Dec 1981. pp. 2527-2528.
143.
Role of feedback in adaptive control of pathological brain electrical activity.
Vereshchagina, A. A.; Kaidanova, E. A.;
Human Physiology, Vol 7(4), Jul-Aug 1981. pp. 241-246.
144.
EEG biofeedback: physiological behavior modification.
Sterman MB.
Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 1981 Fall;5(3):405-12.
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Ford M, Bird BL, Newton FA, Sheer D.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1980 Jun;5(2):193-205.
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Multi-channel EEG computer analysis from biofeedback epochs: A tool for studying the brain.
Stramler, James H.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 39(8-B), Feb 1979. pp. 4094.
147.
Correlates of alpha, beta and theta wave production.
Watson CG, Jacobs L, Herder J.
J Clin Psychol. 1979 Apr;35(2):364-9.
148.
Automated EEG signal-detection methodologies for biofeedback conditioning.
Lubar, Joel F.; Culver, Renee M.;
Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, Vol 10(5), Oct 1978. pp. 607-616.
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Anxiety, self-concept, and personality correlates of cognitively-enhanced low activation EEG biofeedback training.
Hausman, Roberta B.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 39(1-A), Jul 1978. pp. 195.
150.
Operant conditioning of alpha rhythm: The effects of EEG biofeedback and instruction on alpha enhancement, discrimination, and subjective experience.
Wong, Kwan-hung;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 39(1-B), Jul 1978. pp. 423.
151.
Behavioral and electroencephalographic correlates of 40-Hz EEG biofeedback training in humans.
Bird BL, Newton FA, Sheer DE, Ford M.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1978 Mar;3(1):13-28.
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Facilitation of performance on an arithmetic task with the mentally retarded as a result of the application of a biofeedback procedure to decrease alpha wave activity.
Jackson, Gary M.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 38(2-B), Aug 1977. pp. 933
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Effect of contingent and noncontingent feedback and subject expectancies on electoencephalogram biofeedback training.
Pressner, Joseph A.; Savitsky, Jeffrey C.;
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154.
Personality and attitudinal correlates of ability to increase alpha production in EEG biofeedback training.
Zirkel, Kip; Stewart, Robert A.; Preston, Charles;
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155.
Bilateral EEG biofeedback and creativity.
Whisenant, William F.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 37(9-B), Mar 1977. pp. 4659.
156.
Contingent and noncontingent feedback, expectancies, and their effects in EEG biofeedback training.
Pressner, Joseph A.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 37(8- B), Feb 1977. pp. 4162.
157.
The role of CNS arousal levels in the management of hyperkinesis: Methylphenidate and EEG biofeedback training.
Shouse, Margaret N.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 37(8-B), Feb 1977. pp. 4206-4207.
158.
EEG biofeedback and its effects on psychological functioning.
Levi, Alexander H.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 36(7-B), Jan 1976. pp. 3614.
159.
Biofeedback: New therapeutic approach to psychosomatics.
Friedman, H.;
Feuillets Psychiatriques de Li?e, Vol 9(2), 1976. pp. 178-190.
160.
Biofeedback and meditation in the treatment of psychiatric illnesses.
Glueck, Bernard C.; Stroebel, Charles F.;
Comprehensive Psychiatry, Vol 16(4), Jul-Aug 1975. pp. 303-321.
161.
Brainwaves and biofeedback: A brief history.
Implications for music research. Wagner, Michael J.;
Journal of Music Therapy, Vol 12(2), Sum 1975. pp. 46-58.
162.
Modulator and filter circuits for EEG biofeedback.
Helmer, R. J.;
Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, Vol 7(1), Jan 1975. pp. 15-18.
163.
[Neurophysiology of hypnosis. The suggestive process and contributions of the learned control of brain waves]
Pinelli P.
Minerva Med. 1975 Oct 31;66(73):3835-43. Italian.
164.
Auto-regulation of EEG alpha wave production as a function of the direction of conjugate lateral eye movements.
Selzer, Fern A.;
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 34(12-B, Pt 1), Jun 1974. pp. 6250.
165.
Strobe trigger, compound alpha filter, and phase coherence detector for EEG biofeedback.
Rouse, Larry O.
Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, Vol. 6(3), May 1974. pp. 335-337.
166.
Autogenic training and EEG biofeedback training in coronary heart disease.
Weber ES.
J Med Soc N J. 1974 Dec;71(12):927-31. No abstract available.
167.
Case study of trigeminal neuralgia using neurofeedback and peripheral biofeedback.
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Self-regulation of chronic pain: Preliminary empirical findings.
Hartman, Lorne M.; Ainsworth, Kenneth D.;
Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, Vol 25(1), Feb 1980. pp. 38- 43.
169.
Relief of phantom limb pain after EMG biofeedback-assisted relaxation: A case report.
Dougherty, John;
Behaviour Research & Therapy, Vol 18(4), 1980. pp. 355-357.
 
PTSD
1.
Tinnitus perception and distress is related to abnormal spontaneous brain activity as measured by magnetoencephalography.
Weisz N, Moratti S, Meinzer M, Dohrmann K, Elbert T.
PLoS Med. 2005 Jun;2(6):e153. Epub 2005 Jun 28.
2.
The effects of Performance Enhancement Training on hypertension, human attention, stress, and brain wave patterns: A case study.
Norris, S. Louise; Lee, Ching-Tse; Burshteyn, Dmitry;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(3), 2001. pp. 29-44.
3.
Behavior change following affect shift: A model for the treatment of stress disorders.
Sheppard, John L.;
In: Stress and health: Research and clinical applications. Kenny, Dianna T.; Carlson, John G.; Amsterdam, Netherlands: Harwood Academic Publishers, 2000. pp. 195-222.
4.
Biodesensitization: biofeedback-controlled systematic desensitization of the stress response to infant crying.
Tyson PD.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1996 Sep;21(3):273-90.
5.
Perceptual responses to infant crying after EEG biofeedback assisted stress management training: implications for physical child abuse.
Tyson PD, Sobschak KB.
Child Abuse Negl. 1994 Nov;18(11):933-43.
6.
Alpha-theta brainwave neuro-feedback therapy for Vietnam veterans with combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder.
Peniston, Eugene G.; Kulkosky, Paul J.;
Medical Psychotherapy: An International Journal, Vol 4, 1991. pp. 47-60.
STROKE
1.
EEG Biofeedback on a Female Stroke Patient with Depression: A Case Study.
Putman, John A.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 5(3), 2001. pp. 27-38.
2.
Effect of neurofeedback on motor recovery of a patient with brain injury: a case study and its implications for stroke rehabilitation.
Wing K.
Top Stroke Rehabil. 2001 Autumn;8(3):45-53.
3.
Assessing and treating open head trauma, coma, and stroke using real-time digital EEG neurofeedback.
Ayers, Margaret E.
In: Introduction to quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. Evans, James R.; Abarbanel, Andrew; San Diego, CA, US: Academic Press, Inc, 1999. pp. 203-222.
4.
Neurotherapy for stroke rehabilitation: a single case study.
Rozelle GR, Budzynski TH.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1995 Sep;20(3):211-28.
 
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
1.
EEG-NeuroBioFeedback treatment of patients with brain injury Part 3: Cardiac parameters and finger temperature changes associated with rehabilitation.
Laibow, Rima E.; Stubblebine, Albert N.; Sandground, Henry;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(1), 2002. pp. 5-21.
2.
EEG-NeuroBioFeedback treatment of patients with brain injury Part 4: Duration of treatments as a function of both the initial load of clinical symptoms and the rate of rehabilitation.
Bounais, Michel; Laibow, Rima E.; Stubblebine, Albert N.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(1), 2002. pp. 23-38.
3.
EEG operant conditioning (biofeedback) and traumatic brain injury.
Thatcher RW.
Clin Electroencephalogr. 2000 Jan;31(1):38-44. Review.
4.
Neurofeedback in closed head injury: A multiple case design study.
Salerno, John A.;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 57(11- B), May 1997. pp. 7266.
5.
The effects of EEG biofeedback on vigilance in adults following mild traumatic brain injury.
Hamilton, Paul Martin;
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, Vol 57(9-B), Mar 1997. pp. 5969.
6.
Diagnosis and treatment of head injury.
Hoffman, Daniel A.; Stockdale, Steven; Hicks, Lana L.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(1), Sum 1995. pp. 14-21.
7.
Neurofeedback therapy for a mild head injury.
Byers, Alvah P.;
Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 1(1), Sum 1995. pp. 22-37.
 
TOURETT
1.
A simple and a complex tic (Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome): their response to EEG sensorimotor rhythm biofeedback training.
Tansey MA.
Int J Psychophysiol. 1986 Jul;4(2):91-7. ?
 
SLEEP DISORDER
1.
Vigilance, sleep and epilepsy.
Vieth J.
Eur Neurol. 1986;25 Suppl 2:128-33.
2.
A double-blind investigation of the relationship between seizure activity and the sleep EEG following EEG biofeedback training.
Whitsett SF, Lubar JF, Holder GS, Pamplin WE, Shabsin HS.
Biofeedback Self Regul. 1982 Jun;7(2):193-209.
3.
The treatment of psychophysiologic insomnia with biofeedback: a replication study.
Hauri PJ, Percy L, Hellekson C, Hartmann E, Russ D
Biofeedback & Self-Regulation 7 (2): 223-235 (Jun 1982)
4.
Treating psychophysiologic insomnia with biofeedback.
Hauri P
Arch Gen Psychiatry 38 (7): 752-758 (Jul 1981)
 
Slow Cortical Potential Neurofeedback
1.
Birbaumer, N., Elbert, T., Canavan, A. G. M., & Rockstroh, B. (1990). Slow potentials of the cerebral cortex and behavior. Physiological Reviews, 70, 1-41.
2.
Birbaumer, N., Roberts, L. E., Lutzenberger, W., Rockstroh, B., & Elbert, T. (1992). Area-specific self-regulation of slow cortical potentials on the saggital midline and its effects on behavior. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 84 353-361.
3.
Elbert, T. (1980). Biofeedback of slow cortical potentials. Part I. Journal of Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 48, 293-301.
4.
Elbert, T., Lutzenberger, W., Rockstroh, B., & Birbaumer, N. (1983). When regulation of slow brain potentials fails BA contribution to the psychophysiology of perceptual aberration and anhedonia. Advances in Biological Psychiatry, 13, 98-106.
5.
Kotchoubey, B., Schleichert, H., Lutzenberger, W., & Birbaumer, N. (1997). A new method for self-regulation of slow cortical potentials in a timed paradigm. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 22(2), 77-93.
6.
Roberts, L. E., Birbaumer, N., Rockstroh, B., Lutzenberger, W., & Elbert, T. (1989). Self-report during feedback regulation of slow cortical potentials. Psychophysiology, 26(4), 392-403.
7.
Rockstroh, B. (1987). Operant control of slow brain potentials. Chapter in J. N. Hengtgen, D. Hellhammer, & G. Huppmann (Eds.), Advanced Methods in Psychobiology. C. H. Hogrefe, pp. 179-190
8.
Rockstroh, B., Birbaumer, N., Elbert, T., & Lutzenberger, W. (1984). Operant control of spontaneous EEG, evoked potentials and slow potentials of the brain. Biofeedback & Self-Regulation, 9(2), 139-160.
9.
Rockstroh, B., Elbert, T., Lutzenberger, W., & Birbaumer, N. (1982). The effects of slow cortical potentials on response speed. Psychophysiology, 19, 211-217.
10.
Siniatchkin, M., Kropp, P., & Gerber, W-D. (2000). Neurofeedback The significance of reinforcement and the search for an appropriate strategy for the success of self-regulation. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 25(3), 167-175.
 
Slow Cortical Potential Neurofeedback
1. PMS, EEG, and Photic Stimulation David Noton, Ph.D. (1997). Journal of Neurotherapy, 2(2), 1997
 
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HTS, PVT, PTS II Literature: More than 100 papers, starting 1974
For more information for professionals or individuals interested in therapy, see our home page, Computerized Home Vision Therapy System
 
1.
Cooper J, Feldman J, Pasner K. Intermittent Exotropia: Stimulus Characteristics Affect Tests for Retinal Correspondence and Suppression. Bin Vis & Eye Mus Qtly. 15(2):131-140, 2000
2.
Cooper J, Pollack G, Ciuffreda K, Kruger, Feldman J. Accommodative and Vergence Findings in Myasthenia Gravis: A Case Report. Journal Neuro-Ophthalmology. 20(1): 5-11, 2000.
3.
Uche A, Cooper J Feldman J, Janus S, Digman K. The Clinical Efficacy of Paremyd with and without Dapiprazole in Subjects with Light and Dark Brown Irides. Optometry and Vis. Sci. 76:94-101, 1999.
4.
Cooper J, Burns C, Cotter S, Daum KM, Griffin JR, Scheiman M. Optometric Clinical Guideline: Care of the patient with accommodative or vergence dysfunction. Am. Optom. Ass. 1998.
5.
Cooper J.  Intermittent Exotropia of the Divergence Excess Type - A View Point Journal of Behavioral Optometry, 1997
6.
Cooper J, Feldman J, Janus S, Appleman W, Appel S, Horn D. Pupillary Dilation and Funduscopy with 1% Hydroamphetamine Plus .25% Tropicamide (Paremyd) Versus Tropicamide (.5% Or 1%) as a Function of Iris and Skin Pigmentation, and Age. J Am Opt Ass . 67(11):669-75, 1996.
7.
Cooper J, Ciuffreda KJ, Carniglia PE, Zinn KM, Tannen B. Orthoptic Treatment and Eye Movement Recordings in Guillain-Barre?Syndrome. A case report. Neuro-ophthalmology 15(5):249-256, 1995.
8.
Cooper J, Medow N. Correspondence: Sensory Status in Intermittent Exotropia. Bin Vis Eye Mus Surg Qtly. 9:11-12, 1994.
9.
Cooper J, Medow N. Intermittent Exotropia of the Divergence Excess Type: Basic and Divergence Excess Type (Major Review). Bin Vis Eye Mus Surg Qtly 8:187-222, 1993.
10.
Cooper J, Feldman J, Eichler R. Relative Strength of Central and Peripheral Fusion as a Function of Stimulus Parameters. Opt. Vis Sci, 69: 1992.
11.
Feldman JM., Cooper J, Eichler R. Effect of Various Stimulus Parameters on Fusional Horizontal Amplitudes in Normal Humans. Bin Vis Eye Mus Surg Qtly 8:23-32, 1993.
12.
Cooper, J. Clinical Implications of Vergence Adaptation. Opt Vis Sci, 69 (4): 300-307, 1992.
13.
Carniglia P, Cooper J. Vergence Adaptation in Esotropia. Opt Vis Sci, 69 (4): 308-313, 1992.
14.
Feldman J, Cooper J, Reinstein F, Swiatoca J. Asthenopia Induced by Computer-Generated Fusional Vergence Targets. Opt Vis Sci, 69: 710-716, 1992.
15.
Cooper, J. Ch. 14: Stereopsis. In Procedures in Optometry. Eds. Amos J., Eskridge B. Bartlett Lippencott, 1991.
16.
Lieberman, S., Cooper, J. Single Maxillary Central Incisor Syndrome: Associated Bilateral Duane's Syndrome. Bin Vis Qtly 6:151-154,1991.
17.
Feldman J, Cooper J, Carniglia P, Schiff FM, Sheete TN. Comparison of Fusional Ranges Measured by Risley Prisms, Vectograms, and Computer Orthoptics, Optom and Vis Sci 66(6): 375-382, 1989.
18.
Cooper, J, Kruger P, Panariello GF. The Pathognomonic Pattern of Accommodative Fatigue in Myasthenia Gravis. Binocular Vision and Eye Muscle Surgery Qtly. 3:141-148, 1988.
19.
Cooper J. Review of Computerized Orthoptics with Specific Regard to Convergence Insufficiency. Am. J. of Optom. and Phys. Optics. 65(6): 455-463, 1988.
20. Cooper J. Orthoptic Treatment of Vertical Deviations. J Amer Optom Ass. 59 (6): 463-468, 1988.
21. Cooper J. "Diagnosis and Remediation of Accommodative Anomalies", Chapter in Clinical Diagnosis of Optometric Problem Ed: John Amos Butterworth Publications, 1987.
22. Cooper J, Feldman JM, Selenow A, Fair R, Bucciero F, MacDonald D, Levy M. Reduction of Asthenopia Following Accommodative Facility Training. Am J Optom Physiol Opt. 64, 30-436, 1987.
23. Sutija VG, Eiden SB, Wicjer DM, Horn D, Cooper J, Appleman W. Electrophysiological Assessment of Visual Deficit in Glaucoma. Appl. Optics, 26, 1421-1431, 1987.
24.. Eiden B, Cooper J, Horn D, London R. Inter-examiner Reliability of the Cup to Disc Ratio Assessment. Am. J of Opt. & Phys. Optics, 73: 9, 1986.
25. Cooper J, Record CD. Suppression and Retinal Correspondence in Intermittent Exotropia. Brit J Ophth. 700: 673-676, 1986.
26. Schnider C, Ciuffreda K, Cooper J, and Kruger P. Accommodation Dynamics in Divergence Excess Exotropia. Investigative Ophthalmology, 25: 414-418, 1984.
27. Cooper J, Selenow A, Ciuffreda J, Feldman J, Faverty J, Hokoda S. Reduction of Asthenopia in Patients with Convergence Insufficiency Following Fusional Vergence Training. Am J Opt Physl Opt, 60: 982-989,1983.
28. Cooper J, Citron M. Microcomputer Produced Anaglyphs for Evaluation and Therapy of Binocular Anomalies. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 65: 185-188, 1983.
29. Panariello G, Cooper J. Surgical and Post Surgical Complications from Cataract Extraction. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 54: 710-720, 1983.
30. Cooper J, Ciuffreda K, Kruger P. Stimulus and Response AC/A Ratios in Intermittent Exotropia of the Divergence Excess Type. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 66(6): 398-904, 1982.
31. Cooper J, Medow N, Dibble C. Mortality Rates in Strabismic Surgery. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 53(5): 391-395, 1982.
32. Cooper J, Horn D, Dibble C. Reliability of fixation disparity curves. Am J Optom Phys Opt. 58:960-64, 1981.
33. Feldman J, Cooper J. Rapid Assessment of Stereopsis in Preverbal Children Using Operant Techniques: A Preliminary Study. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 51(8): 767-771, 1980.
34. Cooper J, Feldman J. Operant Conditioning of Fusional Convergence Ranges Using Random Dot Stereograms. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 57(4): 205-213, 1980.
35. Cooper J, Feldman J. Assessing the Frisby Stereo Test Under Monocular Viewing Conditions. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 50(7): 807-809, 1979.
36. Cooper J, Feldman J. Panoramic Viewing, Visual Acuity of the Deviating Eye and Anomalous Retinal Correspondence in the Intermittent Exotropia of the Divergence Excess Type. American Journal of Optometry & Psychological Optics, 56(7): 422-429, 1979.
37. Cooper J, Feldman J, Medlin D. Comparing Stereoscopic Performance of Children Using the Titmus, TNO, and Randot Stereo Tests. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 50(7): 821-825, 1979.
38. Sherman J, Cooper J. Advanced Diagnostic Procedure for Evaluating the Visual Status of the Child. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 50(10): 1139-1149, 1979.
39. Cooper J. Clinical Stereopsis Testing: Contour and Random Dot Stereograms. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 50(1): 41-46, 1979.
40. Cooper J, Feldman J. Random Dot Stereogram Performance by Strabismic, Amblyopic and Ocular Pathology Patients in an Operant Discrimination Task. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 55(9): 599-609, 1978.
41. Cooper J, Feldman J. Operant Conditioning and the Assessment of Stereopsis in Young Children. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 55(8): 532-542, 1978.
42. Cooper J, Duckman R. Convergence Insufficiency: Diagnosis and Treatment. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 49(6):, 1978.
43. Cooper J. A Case Report: Treatment of a Decompensating Esotropia Who Had Diplopia and Vertex Headaches. Journal of American Optometric Association, 48(12): 1557-1558, 1977.
44. Cooper J, Warshowsky J. Lateral Displacement as a Response Cue in the Titmus Stereo Test. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 54(8):, 1977.
45. Cooper J. Intermittent Exotropia of the Divergence Excess Type. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 48(10): 1251-1273, 1977.
46. Cooper J. Random Dot Stereopsis in Advanced Diagnostic Procedures. Ed: J. Sherman, Optometric Extension Program, 2 (1&2): 1-13, 1976.
47. Lieberman S, Pollard S, Cooper J, Flax N. The Utilization of a Consulting Clinical Psychologist Within an Urban Vision Training Clinic. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 57(7): 493-481, 1974.
48.

Cooper J, Lieberman S, Flax N. Analysis of Optometric Findings Using a Punch Card Retrieval System. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 52(7): 478-481, 1974.

 

 

 집중력 훈련을 위한 NeuroComp System
Changes in IQ
학습장애아 24명
(나이: 7 -16세, 평균 IQ : 98)
Beta/SMR 매주 1회, 평균 28회
평균 IQ : 118, IQ 20점 상승
Tansey Report : WISC-R Results 1991, Aus J of Psycho. Vol 43, 147-153, 1991.
 
Working Memory
영국 의대생 30명
(평균 나이: 22.1세)

1그룹: SMR 훈련 / 2그룹: A-T 훈련
(뉴로피드백 1회/주, 8회 실시)
CPT 검사
SMR 훈련 그룹 인지능력 상승
The effect of training distinct neurofeedback protocols on aspects of cognitive performance. Vernon D, Egner et al. Int J of Psychophy 47: 75-85, 2003.
 
Peak Performance
영국 음대생 61명
(6그룹으로 구분)

1그룹: SMR 훈련 / 2그룹: Beta 훈련
3그룹: A-T 훈련 / 4그룹: 육체 훈련
5그룹: 정신기술훈련
6그룹: Alexander 훈련
(뉴로피드백 2회/주, 총 10회)
Alpha/Theta 그룹 음악능력 향상
Ecological validity of neurofeedback: modulation of slow wave EEG enhances musical performance.
Egner T, Gruzelier JH. Neuroreport. 2003 Jul 1;14(9):1221-4.
 
Neurofeedback Vs. Medication
ADHD 환자 34명
(2그룹으로 구분)
1그룹 (22명, 9.8세): Beta/SMR 훈련
2그룹 (12명, 9.6세): 약물치료(MPH)
(3회/주, 총 36회 실시)
유사한 치료 효과 보임
Neurofeedback treatment for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children: a comparison with methylphenidate. Fuchs T, Birbaumer N, Lutzenberger W, Gruzelier JH, Kaiser J. Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2003 Mar;28(1):1-12.
 
Autism
자폐아 환자 40명
(실험군-20명, 대조군-20명)
실험군 Beta/SMR 훈련 실시
(평균 36회: 20-69회)
실험군: 평균 26% 개선효과
대조군: 변화 없음
Efficacy of Neurofeedback for Children in the Autistic Spectrum: A Pilot Study. Jarusiewicz B. Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 6(4), 2002. pp. 39-49.
 
Adult ADHD
성인 ADHD 환자 (36세 여자)
(간질, 성격 장애 동반)
Beta/SMR훈련과 약물치료 병행
(20회 훈련 후 약물 투여 중단)
총 30회 실시 제반 증상 개선
Neurotherapy and drug therapy in combination for adult ADHD, personality disorder, and seizure disorder: A case report. Hansen, LM, Trudeau DL, Grace DL. Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 2(1), Fal-Win 1996. pp. 6-14.
 
Memory Performance
   
간질 환자 24명 (좌뇌손상: 13명, 우뇌손상: 7명) SMR 훈련 → 좌,우뇌 기억력평가 상승
Changes in Lateralized Memory Performance in Subjects with Epilepsy Following Neurofeedback Training.
Sterman MB, Lantz DL. Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 5(1-2), 2001. pp. 63-72.

Mood Disorder
Bob(38세-남): Dysthymic D.
Celia(36세-여): Maj. Depressive D.
Bipolar(F3-F4) Alpha asymmetry
(평균 27회 실시)
우울증 수치(BDI score) 매우 낮아짐
Clinical use of an alpha asymmetry neurofeedback protocol in the treatment of mood disorders: Follow-up study one to five years post therapy. Baehr E, Rosenfeld JP, Baehr R. Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol 4(4), 2001. pp. 11-18.
 
그 외 뉴로피드백에 대한 임상 연구 (More than 300 papers)
 
 
HTS, PVT, PTS II에 대한 임상 연구
 
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Cooper J, Sherman J. Comparison Of Lower Order Aberrations Measured with The Z-Aberrometer, Humphrey Automated Refractor, and Subjective Evaluation. Submitted Clinical and Experimental Optometry, 2008
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Cooper J, Felderman J. Reduction of Asthenopia in Non-Strabismic Binocular Anomalies Using Computerized Home Therapy - HTS submitted Optometry, 2008
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Kulp. M. T., E. Borsting, Mitchell, G. L., Scheiman, M., Cotter, S., Cooper, J. et al. "The Feasibility of using placebo vision therapy in a multicenter clinical trial." Optom Vis Sci. 2008: 85(4): 255-61.
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Cooper J. Computerized Vision Therapy for Home and Office Treatment of Accommodative & Vergence Disorders, & Amblyopia. J Behavioral Optometry. 2007:88-93.
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Bass SJ, Cooper J, Feldman, Horn D. Comparison of an Automated Confrontation Testing Devise vs Finger Counting in the Detection of Visual Field Loss. Optometry. 2007:390-395
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Scheiman M, Cotter S, Rouse M, Mitchell GL, Kulp M, Cooper J, Borsting E; - Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial Study Group. Randomised clinical trial of the effectiveness of base-in prism reading glasses versus placebo reading glasses for symptomatic convergence insufficiency in children. Br J Ophthalmol. 2005;89(10):1318-23.
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Colavito J, Cooper J, Ciuffreda K. Non-Ptotic Ocular Myasthenia Gravis: A Common Presentation of an Uncommon Disease. Optometry. 2005:76(7):363-75.
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Scheiman M, Mitchell L, Cotter S, Kulp M, Cooper J, Rouse M, Borsting E, London R, Wensveen J. Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial (CITT) Study Group. A Randomized Clinical Trial of Vision Therapy/Orthoptics versus Pencil Pushups for the Treatment of Convergence Insufficiency in Young Adults. Optometry and Vision Sciences. 2005, 82:583-593.
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Cooper J, Carlson P, Gelfond I, , Campolattaro B, Wang F. Comparison of Eccentric Fixation Measurements Using the Streak Target of an Ophthalmoscope and Traditional Visusocopy Target. J Ped Strab 42(2):89-96, 2005.
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Scheiman M, Mitchell L, Cotter S, Cooper J, Kulp M, Rouse M, Borsting E, London R, Wensveen J. Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial (CITT) Study Group. A Randomized Clinical Trial of Treatments for Convergence Insufficiency in Children. Arch Ophthalmol 123(1):14-24,2005.
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Canellos HM, Cooper J, Paek A, Chien J. Multiple Calcified Deposits Along Eyelids Secondary to Chronic Renal Failure and Hyperparathyroidism. Optometry 76(3):181-4, 2005.
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Borsting E, Rouse MW, Mitchell GL, Scheiman M, Cotter SA, Cooper J, Kulp MT, London R, and The Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial Group. Validity and Reliability of the Revised Convergence Insufficiency Symptom Survey in Children Aged 9 to 18 Years. Optom Vis Sci; 80(12):832-838, 2003.
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Scheiman M, Cooper J, Mitchell L, DeLand P, Cotter S, Borsting E, London R, Rouse M. A Survey of Treatment Modalities for Convergence Insufficiency. Optom. Vis. Sci. 79(3):151-157, 2002.
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Cooper J, Feldman J, Pasner K. Intermittent Exotropia: Stimulus Characteristics Affect Tests for Retinal Correspondence and Suppression. Bin Vis & Eye Mus Qtly. 15(2):131-140, 2000
-
Cooper J, Pollack G, Ciuffreda K, Kruger, Feldman J. Accommodative and Vergence Findings in Myasthenia Gravis: A Case Report. Journal Neuro-Ophthalmology. 20(1): 5-11, 2000.
-
Uche A, Cooper J Feldman J, Janus S, Digman K. The Clinical Efficacy of Paremyd with and without Dapiprazole in Subjects with Light and Dark Brown Irides. Optometry and Vis. Sci. 76:94-101, 1999.
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Cooper J. Diagnosis and Treatment of Accommodative and Vergence Anomalies Using Computerized Vision Therapy. Practical Optometry. 9:6-10, 1998.
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Cooper J, Burns C, Cotter S, Daum KM, Griffin JR, Scheiman M. Optometric Clinical Guideline: Care of the Patient With Accommodative or Vergence Dysfunction. Am. Optom. Ass. 1998.
-
Cooper J. Intermittent Exotropia of the Divergence Excess Type - A View Point Journal of Behavioral Optometry, 1997.
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Cooper J, Feldman J, Janus S, Appleman W, Appel S, Horn D. Pupillary Dilation and Funduscopy with 1% Hydroamphetamine Plus .25% Tropicamide (Paremyd) Versus Tropicamide (.5% Or 1%) as a Function of Iris and Skin Pigmentation, and Age. J Am Opt Ass . 67(11):669-75, 1996.
-
Cooper J, Ciuffreda KJ, Carniglia PE, , Zinn KM, Tannen B. Orthoptic treatment and eye movement recordings in Guillain-Barre’ syndrome. A case report. Neuro-ophthalmology 15(5):249-256, 1995.
-
Cooper J, Medow N. Correspondence: Sensory Status in Intermittent Exotropia. Bin Vis Eye Mus Surg Qtly. 9:11-12, 1994.
-
Cooper J, Medow N. Intermittent Exotropia of the Divergence Excess Type: Basic and divergence excess type (major review). Bin Vis Eye Mus Surg Qtly 8:187-222, 1993.
-
Cooper J, Feldman J, Eichler R. Relative Strength of Central and Peripheral Fusion as a Function of Stimulus Parameters. Opt. Vis Sci, 69: 1992.
-
Feldman JM., Cooper J,Eichler R. Effect of Various Stimulus Parameters on Fusional Horizontal Amplitudes in Normal Humans. Bin Vis Eye Mus Surg Qtly 8:23-32, 1993.
- Cooper, J. Clinical Implications of Vergence Adaptation. Opt Vis Sci, 69 (4): 300-307, 1992.
- Carniglia P, Cooper J. Vergence Adaptation in Esotropia. Opt Vis Sci, 69 (4): 308-313, 1992.
-
Feldman J, Cooper J, Reinstein F, Swiatoca J. Asthenopia Induced by Computer-Generated Fusional Vergence Targets. Opt Vis Sci, 69: 710-716, 1992.
- Cooper, J. Ch. 14: Stereopsis. In Procedures in Optometry. Eds. Amos J., Eskridge B. Bartlett Lippencott, 1991.
-
Lieberman, S., Cooper, J. Single Maxillary Central Incisor Syndrome: Associated Bilateral Duane's Syndrome. Bin Vis Qtly 6:151-154,1991.
-
Feldman J, Cooper J, Carniglia P, Schiff FM, Sheete TN. Comparison of Fusional Ranges Measured by Risley Prisms, Vectograms, and Computer Orthoptics, Optom and Vis Sci 66(6): 375-382, 1989.
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Cooper, J., Kruger, P. and Panariello, G.F., The Pathognomonic Pattern of Accommodative Fatigue in Myasthenia Gravis. Binocular Vision. 3:141-148, 1988.
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Cooper J. Review of Computerized Orthoptics with Specific Regard to Convergence Insufficiency. Am. J. of Optom. and Phys. Optics. 65(6): 455-463, 1988.
- Cooper, J. Orthoptic Treatment of Vertical Deviations. J Amer Optom Ass. 59 (6): 463-468, 1988.
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Cooper J., "Diagnosis and Remediation of Accommodative Anomalies", Chapter in Clinical Diagnosis of Optometric Problem Ed: John Amos Butterworth Publications, 1987.
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Cooper J., Feldman J.M., Selenow A., Fair R., Bucciero F., MacDonald D., and Levy M. Reduction of Asthenopia Following Accommodative Facility Training. Am J Optom Physiol Opt. 64, 30-436, 1987.
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Sutija VG, Eiden SB, Wicjer DM, Horn D, Cooper J, and Appleman W. Electrophysiological Assessment of Visual Deficit in Glaucoma. Appl. Optics, 26, 1421-1431, 1987.
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Eiden B, Cooper J, Horn D, and London R. Inter-examiner Reliability of the Cup to Disc Ratio Assessment. Am. J of Opt. & Phys. Optics, 73: 9, 1986.
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Cooper J, Record CD. Suppression and Retinal Correspondence in Intermittent Exotropia. British Journal of Ophthalmology. 700: 673-676, 1986.
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Schnider C, Ciuffreda K, Cooper J, and Kruger P. Accommodation Dynamics in Divergence Excess Exotropia. Investigative Ophthalmology, 25: 414-418, 1984.
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Cooper J, Selenow A, Ciuffreda J, Feldman J, Faverty J, and Hokoda S. Reduction of Asthenopia in Patients with Convergence Insufficiency Following Fusional Vergence Training. Am J Opt Physl Opt, 60: 982-989,1983.
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Cooper J, Citron M. Microcomputer Produced Anaglyphs for Evaluation and Therapy of Binocular Anomalies. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 65: 185-188, 1983.
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Panariello G, Cooper J. Surgical and Post Surgical Complications from Cataract Extraction. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 54: 710-720, 1983.
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Cooper J, Ciuffreda K, and Kruger P. Stimulus and Response AC/A Ratios in Intermittent Exotropia of the Divergence Excess Type. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 66(6): 398-904, 1982.
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Cooper J, Dibble C. Mortality Rates in Strabismic Surgery. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 53(5): 391-395, 1982.
- Cooper J, Horn D, Dibble C. Reliability of fixation disparity curves. Am J Optom Phys Opt. 58:960-64, 1981.
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Feldman J, Cooper J. Rapid Assessment of Stereopsis in Preverbal Children Using Operant Techniques: A Preliminary Study. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 51(8): 767-771, 1980.
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Cooper J, Feldman J. Operant Conditioning of Fusional Convergence Ranges Using Random Dot Stereograms. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 57(4): 205-213, 1980.
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Cooper J, Feldman J. Assessing the Frisby Stereo Test Under Monocular Viewing Conditions. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 50(7): 807-809, 1979.
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Cooper J, Feldman J. Panoramic Viewing, Visual Acuity of the Deviating Eye and Anomalous Retinal Correspondence in the Intermittent Exotropia of the Divergence Excess Type. American Journal of Optometry & Psychological Optics, 56(7): 422-429, 1979.
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Cooper J, Feldman J, Medlin D. Comparing Stereoscopic Performance of Children Using the Titmus, TNO, and Randot Stereo Tests. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 50(7): 821-825, 1979.
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Sherman J, Cooper J. Advanced Diagnostic Procedure for Evaluating the Visual Status of the Child. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 50(10): 1139-1149, 1979.
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Cooper J. Clinical Stereopsis Testing: Contour and Random Dot Stereograms. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 50(1): 41-46, 1979.
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Cooper J, Feldman J. Random Dot Stereogram Performance by Strabismic, Amblyopic and Ocular Pathology Patients in an Operant Discrimination Task. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 55(9): 599-609, 1978.
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Cooper J, Feldman J. Operant Conditioning and the Assessment of Stereopsis in Young Children. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 55(8): 532-542, 1978.
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Cooper J, Duckman R. Convergence Insufficiency: Diagnosis and Treatment. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 49(6):, 1978.
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Cooper J. A Case Report: Treatment of a Decompensating Esotropia Who Had Diplopia and Vertex Headaches. Journal of American Optometric Association, 48(12): 1557-1558, 1977.
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Cooper J, Warshowsky J. Lateral Displacement as a Response Cue in the Titmus Stereo Test. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 54(8):, 1977.
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Cooper J. Intermittent Exotropia of the Divergence Excess Type. Journal of the American Optometric Association, 48(10): 1251-1273, 1977.
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Cooper J. Random Dot Stereopsis in Advanced Diagnostic Procedures. Ed: J. Sherman, Optometric Extension Program, 2 (1&2): 1-13, 1976.
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Lieberman S, Pollard S, Cooper J, Flax N. The Utilization of a Consulting Clinical Psychologist Within an Urban Vision Training Clinic. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 57(7): 493-481, 1974.
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Cooper J, Lieberman S, Flax N. Analysis of Optometric Findings Using a Punch Card Retrieval System. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 52(7): 478-481, 1974.
 
Irlen Filter에 대한 최근 10년간 임상 연구 (More than 250 papers)
 
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Ludlow, A., Wilkins, A., & Heaton, Pam. The effect of colored overlays on reading ability in children with Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Spring 2006.
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Sparkes, D.L., Robinson, G.L., Roberts, T.K., Dunstan, R.H. General Health and Associated Biochemistry in a Vusual-Perceptual Subtype of Dyslexia. Learning Disabilities: New Research, Nova Science Pub., New York, 81-98, 2006.
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Kumagai, Keiko, PhD. Published paper. University of Tsukuba, Japan. Effect of colored films related in facilitating reading: The result of the General Japanese population and a dyslexic student, 2006.
- Steiner, Fritz. Schleudertrauma und visuelle Wahrnehmungsstorungen. Schleudertrauma-Info, S., 22-26, 2005.
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Kriss, Isla, & Bruce J.W. Evans. The relationship between dyslexia and Meares-Irlen Syndrome. Journal of Research in Reading, 28 (3) 350-364, 2005.
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Steiner, Fritz. Die Irlen Methode zur Behandlung von Leseschwaeche. Interdisziplinaeres Lehrubuch zur Behandlung von Lern- und Leseschwierigkeiten, SZH/CSPS, Schweizerische Zentralstelle fur Heillpaedagogik 2005, 193-215, 2005.
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Taubenschmid, Margit. Visuelle Wahrnemungsschwaeche und Irlen-Syndrom. Erziehungswissenschaftliche Forschung - Paedagogische Praxis, Reihe der Abteilung fuer Empirische Erziehungswissenschaft des Instituts fuer erziehungswissenschaft der Universitaet Wien, Peter lang, Europaeischer Verlag der Wissenschaften, Frankfurt 2005.
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Singleton, C. & Trotter, S. Visual stress in adults with and without dyslexia. Journal of Research in Reading, 28(3) 365-378, 2005.
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Ray, N.J., Fowler, S., & Stein, J.F. Yellow filters can improve magnocellular function: motion sensitivity, convergence, accommodation, and reading. Annals N.Y. Academy of Science, 1039, 283-293, 2005.
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Noble, J., Orton, M., Irlen, S., Robinson, G. A controlled field study of the use of coloured overlays on reading achievement. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 9, 14-22, 2004.
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Robinson, G.L., & Foreman, P.J. The family incidence of a visual-perceptual subtype of dyslexia. Focus on Dyslexia Research Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 27-40, 2004.
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Robinson, G.L., Foreman, P.J., Dear, K.G.B., and Sparkes, D. The Family Incidence of a Visual-Perceptual Subtype of Dyslexia. Nova Science Publishers, 27-40, 2004.
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Wilkins, A.J., Huang, J., & Cao, Y. Visual stress theory and its application to reading and reading tests. Journal of research in Reading, 27(2), 152-162, 2004.
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Floyd, R.A., Dain, S.J., Elliott, R.T. Is the perception of brightness different in poor readers? School of Optometry and Vision Science, University of new South Walkes, NSW 2052, Sydney, Australia, Vision Research, Jan: 44(2), 221-7, 2004.
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Cheng, A., Eysel, U., & Vidyasagar, T. The role of the magnocellular pathway in serial deployment of visual attention. European Journal of Neuroscience, 20(8), 2188-2192, 2004.
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Chase, C., Ashourzadeh, A., Kelly, C., Monfette, S., & Kinsey, K. Can the magnocullular pathway read? Evidence from studies of color. Vision Research, 43, 1211-1222, 2003.
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Robinson, G.L., & Whiting, P.R. The interpretation of emotion from facial expression for children with visual processing problems. Australasian Journal of Special Education, 27(2), 50-67, 2003.
- Stein, John. Visual motion sensitivity and reading. Neuropsychologia, 41, 1785-1793, 2003.
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Sparks, D.L., Robinson, G.L., Dunstan, H., & Roberts, T.K. Plasma cholesterol levels and Irlen Syndrome: preliminary study of 10- to 17-yr., old students. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 97, 745-752, 2003.
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Bouldoukian, J.,, Wilkins, A.J., & Evans, Bruce J.W. Randomised controlled trial of the effect of coloured overlays on the rate of reading of people with specific learning difficulties. Ophthalmological and Physiological Optics, 22, 55-60, 2002.
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Evans, Bruce J.W., & Joseph, Florence The effect of coloured filters on the rate of reading in an adults student population. Opthalmological and Physiological Optics, 22, 535-545, 2002.
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Scott, L., McWhinnie, H., Taylor, L., Stevenson, N., Irons, P., Lewis E., Evans, M., Evans, B., & Wilkins, A. Coloured overlays in schools: orthoptic and optometric findings. Ophthalmological and Physiological Optics, 22, 156-165, 2002.
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Wilkins, Arnold. Coloured overlays and their effects on reading speed: a review. Opthalmological and Physiological Optics, 22, 448-454, 2002.
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Robinson, G.L., Roberts, T.K., McGregor, N.R., Dunstan, R.H. & Butt, H. Biochemical Analysis of People with Chronic Fatigue Who Have Irlen Syndrome: Speculation Concerning Immune System Dysfunction. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 93, 486-504, 2001.
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Robinson, G.L., McGregor, N.R., Roberts, T.K., Dunstan, R.H., & Butt, H. A biochemical analysis of people with chronic fatigue who have Irlen syndrome: speculation concerning immune system dysfunction. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 93, 486-504, 2001.
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Whiting, P.R., & Robinson, G.L. The interpretation of emotion from facial expressions for children with a visual sub-type of dyslexia. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 6,(4), 6-14, 2001.
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Whiteley, H.E., & Smith, C.D. The Use of Tinted Lenses to Alleviate Reading Difficulties. Journal of Research in Reading, 24(1), 30-40, 2001.
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Wilkins, A.J., Lewis, E., Smith, F., Rowland, E., & Tweedie, W. Coloured overlays and their benefit for reading. Journal of Research in reading, 24(1), 41-64, 2001.
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Romani, A., Conte, S., Callieco, R., Bergamaschi, R., Versino, M., Lanzi, G., Zambrino, C.A., & Cosi, V. Visual evoked potential abnormalities in dyslexic children. Functional Neurology, 16(3), 219-229, 2001.
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Pammer, K., & Lovegrove W. The influence of color on transient system activity: implications for dyslexia research. Perception & Psychophysics, 63(3), 490-500, 2001.
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Pammer, K., & Wheatley, C. Isolating the M(y)-cell response in dyslexia using the spatial frequency doubling illusion. Vision Research, 41, 2139-2147, 2001.
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Breitmeyer, B.F., & Ogmen, H. Recent models and findings in visual backward masking: a comparison, review, and update. Perception & Psychophysics, 62(8), 2000.
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Talcott, J., Hansen, P.C., Assoku, E.L., & Stein, J. Visual motion sensitivity in dyslexia: evidence for temporal and energy integration deficits. Neuropsychologia, 38, 935-943, 2000.
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Robinson, G.L., Roberts, T.K., McGregor, N.R., & Barbolini, G., A biochemical analysis of people with chronic fatigue who have Irlen syndrome. Paper presented to the 6th Irlen International Conference, Australia. 5-8 July 2000.
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Temple, M. Some of the effects of Irlen syndrome on gifted students. Paper presented to the 6th Irlen International Conference, Australia. 5-8 July 2000.
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Whichard, J.A., Feller, R.W., & Kastner, R. The Incidence of Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome in Colorado Inmates. Journal of Correctional Education, 51(3), 294-299, 2000.
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Whiting, P.R. Assessment for dyslexia. Paper presented to the 6th Irlen International Conference, Australia. 5-8 July, 2000.
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Skottun, B.C. The magnocellular deficit theory of dyslexia: the evidence from contrast sensitivity. Vision Research, 40, 111-127, 2000.
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Conlon, E. Visual Perceptual Problems in Reading: Their relationship to reading disability and neural processing. Paper presented to the 6th Irlen International Conference, Australia. 5-8 July, 2000.
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Hazell, P, Still Going. Hyperactivity Enters its Second Century. Paper presented to the 6th Irlen International Conference, Australia 5-8 July, 2000.
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Anstice, J. Eye movements: Their importance for reading and some of the factors that disrupt them. Paper presented to the 6th Irlen International Conference, Australia, 5-8 July, 2000.
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Irlen, H. Looking beyond the printed page. Paper presented to the 6th Irlen International Conference, Australia. 5-8 July, 2000.
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Johnson, P.J., Saba, G., Dorain, E., Belmont, S. A Study to test the effectiveness of reading with Irlen coloured overlays for students with Irlen/Scotopic sensitivity syndrome. Paper presented to the 6th Irlen International Conference, Australia. 5-8 July, 2000.
- Robinson, G.L. Irlen coloured filters and adults. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 5(1), 15-23, 2000.
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Robinson, G.L., & Conway, R.N.F. Irlen lenses and adults: a small scale study of reading speed, accuracy, comprehension and self-image. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 5, 4-13, 2000.
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Robinson, G.L., Foreman, P.J., & Dear, K.G.B. The familial incidence of symptoms of Scotopic sensitivity/Irlen syndrome: comparison of referred and mass-screened groups. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 91, 707-724, 2000.
- Colson, D. Thanks to Woman’s World, my son can finally read. Woman’s World, March 14, 3, 2000.
- Black, H. Emily’s violet-colored glasses. Woman’s World, Oct. 19, 43, 1999.
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Evans, B.J.W., Patel, R., Wilkins, A.J., Lightstone, A., Eperjesi, F., Speedwell, L., & Duffy, J. A review of the management of 323 consecutive patients seen in a specific learning disabilities clinic. Ophthalmological and Physiological Optics, 19(6), 454-466, 1999.
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Gray, J. Visual perceptual difficulties and reading behavior: Irlen syndrome and eye colour. Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy Thesis, University of Bristol, UK, 1999.
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Lewine, J.D. Changes in visual evoked magnetic field for people with SSS. Fourth Biannual Australian Irlen Conference. Newcastle, Australia, May 20-22, 1999.
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Lightstone, A., Lightstone, T., & Wilkins, A. Both coloured overlays and coloured lenses can improve reading fluency, but their optimal chromacities differ. Ophthalmological and Physiological Optics, 19, 279-285, 1999.
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Robinson, G.L., & Foreman, P.J. The effects of coloured filters on eye movement: a long-term placebo controlled and masked study. Behavioral Optometry, 7(4), 5-17, 1999.
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Robinson, G.L., & Foreman, P.J. Scotopic sensitivity/Irlen syndrome and the use of coloured filters: A long-term placebo controlled study of reading strategies using analysis of miscue. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 88, 35-52, 1999.
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Robinson, G. L., & Foreman, P. J. Scotopic sensitivity/Irlen syndrome and the use of coloured filters: A long-term placebo controlled and masked study of reading achievement and perception of ability. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 89(1), 83-113, 1999.
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Robinson, G.L., Roberts, T.K., McGregor, N.R., Dunstan, R.H., & Butt, H. Understanding the causal mechanisms of visual processing problems: a possible biochemical basis for Irlen Syndrome? Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 4(4), 21-29, 1999.
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Skottun, B.C., & Parke, L.A. The possible relationship between visual deficits and dyslexia. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 32, 2-5, 1999.
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Stein, J., & Talcott, J. Impaired neuronal timing in developmental dyslexia: the magnocellular hypothesis. Dyslexia, 5, 55-77, 1999.
- Wilkins, A.J., & Lewis, E. Coloured overlays, text, and texture. Perception, 28, 641-650, 1999.
 
청지각 훈련을 위한 LiFT
 
Book:
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Madaule, P., When Listening Comes Alive: A Guide to Effective Learning and Communication, Moulin Publishing, Norval, ontario, 1994.
 
Articles:
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Exploring The Power of Listening, Perspectives: A Publication of The Early Childhood Music and Movement Association. Vol 3, No 4, p 9 - 13, 2008.
- The Look of Listening. M: The Magazine for Montessori Families, p 10 - 13, 2007.
- The Power of Listening. M: The Magazine for Montessori Families, p 12 - 14, 2007
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Listening, Music and Social-Emotional Development, Perspectives: A Publication of The Early Childhood Music and Movement Association. Vol 2, No 3, p 4 - 5, 2007.
- The Listening Ear, American Teacher: the official Journal of Music Teachers National Association. p 38 - 39, 2005.
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The Listening Profiles: Identification and Prevention of Distinct Types of Listening Issues Affecting Communication and Learning, Early Childhood Connections: Journal of Music and Movement-Based Learning, Vol. 10, No. 2. p 14 - 29, 2004.
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The Voice of the Child Behind Autism, Early Childhood Connections: Journal of Music and Movement-Based Learning, Vol. 9, No. 4. p 6 - 20, 2003
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Listening Training and Literacy, Presentation given at Strategies for Successful Learning III Conference, Adult Learning Network of Peel-Halton-Dufferin, ontario, 2002.
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Listening and Singing, Journal of Singing: a Publication of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Vol. 57, No 5, 2001.
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Listening Training and Music Education, Early Childhood Connections: Journal of Music and Movement-Based Learning, Vol. 4, No. 2, p 34 - 41, 1998
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Listening Training for Children: Method, Application and Outcomes. Proceedings-Developmental and learning disorders in infants and children: Theory and practice. Bethesda, MD: ICDLD. 1998.
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Music: An Invitation to Listening, Language and Learning, Early Childhood Connections: Journal of Music- and Movement-Based Learning, Vol. 3, No 2, p. 30 - 34, 1997.
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Down Syndrome: Becoming Just one of The Kids, A Presentation given at The Association for Down Syndrome in Mexico City, 1989.
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Left Out: The Rejection Complex of the Adopted. A Presentation given at the 4th International Congress on Pre and Perinatal Psychology, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, August 1989.
- Tuning the Ear of those Who Can't Learn, The Open Ear, 1988.
- The Dyslexified World, The Listening Centre Press, 1978, 1987.
 
Course Manuals
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Madaule, P., The Listening Identification System (LIStem™), The Listening Centre Press, Toronto, ontario, 2000, 2008.
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Madaule, P., The Listening Fitnessa Instructor’s Course, The Listening Centre Press, Toronto, ontario, 1997, 2008.
 
Other Publications
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Buck, Anna, Miracle Children: Behavior and Learning Disabilities Uprooted, Anna’s House LLC, Broomfield, Colorado, 2008.
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Paul Madaule on Listening and Early Childhood Music Education, by Judith Sullivan Perspectives: A Publication of The Early Childhood Music and Movement Association. Vol 1, No 2, p 9 - 11, 2006.
- Goddard Blythe, Sally, The Well Balanced Child: Movement and Early Learning Hawthorn Press Early Years, 2004.
- Marohn, Stephanie, The Natural Medicine Guide To Autism, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 2002.
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Verny, Thomas, & Weintraub, Pamela Tomorrow's Baby: The Art and Science of Parenting from Conception through Infancy, Simon and Schuster, New York, NY, 2002.
- Campbell, Don, The Mozart Effect for Children, Avon Books, New York, NY, 2000.
- The Listening Cure. by Nicholas Regush, Equinox Magazine, May 1997
- Campbell, Don, The Mozart Effect, Avon Books, New York, NY, 1996.
 
Audio/visual documents
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Tricky Sounds: A 10 CD set of word and sentence repetition exercises for English Learners, Produced by Listening Technologies Inc., 2008
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The Mystery of Listening: Dr. Alfred Tomatis on the Ear, the Voice and Chant. (CD) An audio feature by Tim Wilson, The Listening Centre Press, 2005.
- Earobics # 1: The Ear Voice Connection (2 CD set), The Listening Centre Press, 1993, 2003.
- Earobics #2: Exercise Listening with Music (CD), The Listening Centre Press, 1993, 2003.
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Smart Sounds: Music Modified for Listening Fitness with the LiFT (2 CD set), Produced by Listening Technologies Inc., 1999.
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The Child That You Do Have, A Documentary on Autism. (DVD) Produced and Directed by Helga-Liz Haberfellner for the Discovery Channel, 1995.
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Key to The World, A Documentary on Adult Learning Disabilities. (VHS) Produced and Directed by Helga-Liz Haberfellner for the Discovery Channel, 1995.
- A Dyslexic’s Diary, (audio cassette) Produced by Tim Wilson, The Listening Centre Press, 1988, 1993.
- About The Listening Centre, (audio cassette) Produced by Tim Wilson, The Listening Centre Press, 1987, 1993.
 
감각운동통합 훈련을 위한 Interactive Metronome
 
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Agnew, J. A., Dorn, C., & Eden, G. F. (2004). Effect of intensive training on auditory processing and reading skills. Brain and Language, 88(1), 21-25.Agnew, J. A., Dorn, C., & Eden, G. F. (2004). Effect of intensive training on auditory processing and reading skills. Brain and Language, 88(1), 21-25.
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AlonsoBua, B., Diaz, F., & Ferraces, M. J. (2006). The contribution of AER-Ps (MMN and LDN) to studying temporal vs. linguistic processing deficits in children with reading difficulties. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 59(2), 159-167.
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Au, A., & Lovegrove, B. (2001). The role of visual and auditory temporal processing in reading irregular and nonsense words. Perception and Psychophysics, 30(9), 1127-1142.
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Boets, B., Wouters, J., vanWieringen, A., & Ghesquiere, P. (2006). Auditory temporal information processing in preschool children at family risk for dyslexia: Relations with phonological abilities and developing literacy skills. Brain and Language, 97(1), 64-79.
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Breier, J. I., Fletcher, J. M., Foorman, B. R., Klaas, P., &Gray, L. C. (2003). Auditory temporal processing in children with specific reading disability with and without attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 46(1), 31- 42.
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Cacace, A., McFarland, D., Ouimet, J., Schriber, E., &Marro, P. (2000). Temporal processing deficits in remediationresistant reading-impaired children. Audiology and Neurotology, 5(2), 83-97.
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Cestnick, L., & Jerger, J. (2000). Auditory temporal processing and lexical/nonlexical reading in developmental dyslexics. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 11(9), 501-513.
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Cohen-Mimran, R. (2006). Temporal processing deficits in Hebrew speaking children with reading disabilities. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 49(1), 127- 137.
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Conlon, E., Sanders, M., & Zapart, S. (2004). Temporal processing in poor adult readers. Neuropsychologia, 42(2), 142-157.
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David, D., Wade-Woolley, L., Kirby, J., & Smithrim, K. (2007). Rhythm and reading development in school-age children: a longitudinal study. Journal of Research in Reading, 30(2), 169-183.
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DeMartino, S., Espesser, R., Rey, V., & Habib, M. (2001). The ''temporal processing deficit'' hypothesis in dyslexia: New experimental evidence. Brain and Cognition, 46(1-2), 104-108.
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Droit-Volet, S. & Rattat, A. (2007). A further analysis of time bisection behavior in children with and without reference memory: The similarity and the partition task. Acta Psychologica, 125, 240-256.
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Eden, G., Stein, J., Wood, H., & Wood, F. (1995). Temporal and spatial processing in reading disabled and normal children. Cortex, 31(3), 451- 468.
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Edwards, V., Giaschi, D., Dougherty, R., Edgell, D., Bjornson, B., Lyons, C., & Douglas, R. (2004). Psychophysical indexes of temporal processing abnormalities in children with developmental dyslexia. Developmental Neuropsychology, 25(3).
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Farmer, M. E., & Klein, R. M. (1995). The evidence for a temporal processing deficit linked to dyslexia: A review. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 2(4), 460-493.
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Fink, M., Churan, J., & Wittmann, M. (2006). Temporal processing and context dependency of phoneme discrimination in patients with aphasia. Brain and Language, 98(1), 1- 11.
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Fortin, C., Champagne, J., & Poirier, M. (2006. Temporal order in memory and interval timing: An interference analysis. Acta Psychologica (in press).
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Gang, M., & Siegel, L. S. (2002). Sound-symbol learning in children with dyslexia. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 35(2), 137-157.
- Goswami, U. (2003). How to Beat Dyslexia: The Broadbent Lecture 2003. The Psychologist, 16(9), 462-465.
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Griffiths, Y. M., Hill, N. I., Bailey, P. J., & Snowling, M. J. (2003). Auditory temporal order discrimination and backward recognition masking in adults with dyslexia. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 46(6), 1352-1366.
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Hautus, M. J., Setchell, G. J., Waldie, K. E., & Kirk, I. J. (2003). Age-related improvements in auditory temporal resolution in reading-impaired children. Dyslexia, 9(1 ), 37-45.
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Heath, S. M., & Hogben, J. H. (2004). Cost-effective prediction of reading difficulties. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 47, 751-765.
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Heath, S. M., & Hogben, J. H. (2004). The reliability and validity of tasks measuring perception of rapid sequences in children with dyslexia. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 45(7), 1275- 1287.
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Heim, S., Keil, A., & Ihssen, N. (2006). The relationship between temporal attention and literacy skills in classroom children. Zeitschrift Fur Psychologie, 214(4), 196- 206.
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Helmbold, N., Troche, S. & Rammsayer, T. (2007). Processing of temporal and nontemporal information as predictors of psychometric intelligence: A structural-equation-modeling approach. Journal of Personality, 75 (5), 985-1006.
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Hill, P. R., Hogben, J. H., & Bishop, D. M. V. (2005). Auditory frequency discrimination in children with specific language impairment: A longitudinal study. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 48(5), 1136-1146.
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Hood, M., & Conlon, E. (2004). Visual and auditory temporal processing and early reading development. Dyslexia, 10(3), 234-252.
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Kwak, E. (2007). Effect of Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation on Gait Performance in Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy. Journal of Music Therapy, XLIV (3), 2007,198-216.
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Laasonen, M., Service, E., & Virsu, V. (2002). Crossmodal temporal order and processing acuity in developmentally dyslexic young adults. Brain and Language, 80(3), 340- 354.
- Lewis, P. & Miall, C. (2006). Remembering the time: a continuous clock. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 10(9)
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Mauk, M. & Buonomano, D. (2004). The Neural Basis of Temporal Processing. Annual Review of Neuroscience, 27, 307-340.
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McAnally, K. I., Castles, A., & Stuart, G. W. (2000). Visual and auditory processing impairments in subtypes of developmental dyslexia: A discussion. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 12(2), 145- 156.
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McGee et al. (2004). Time Perception: Does it Distinguish ADHD and RD Children in a Clinical Sample? Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, Vol. 32, No. 5, October 2004, pp. 481?490.
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Meck, W. Functional and Neural Mechanisms of Interval Timing (Methods and New Frontiers in Neuroscience). Chapman & Hall/CRC Press/Kluwer, 2003.
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Meng, X. Z., Sai, X. G., Wang, C. X., Wang, J., Sha, S. Y., &Zhou, X. L. (2005). Auditory and speech processing and reading development in Chinese school children: Behavioural and ERP evidence. Dyslexia, 11(4), 292-310.
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Lexia Awards and Achievements (by year)
2008
Lexia Reading? :
    District Administration Readers' Choice Top 100 K12 Products
2007
  Lexia Primary Reading™ :
    Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom, Learning Magazine
2005
  Lexia Cross-Trainer™: Visual-Spatial :
    Teachers’ Choice Award, Learning Magazine
Distinguished Achievement Award, Association of Educational Publishers (AEP)
Smart Play/Smart Toy Children’s Products for 2005, Dr. Toy
  Lexia Early Reading?:
    Feature Product of the Week, Closing the Gap’s Resource Directory
  Lexia Primary Reading™:
    Distinguished Achievement Award, Association of Educational Publishers (AEP)
2004
  Lexia Cross-Trainer™: Visual-Spatial
    iParenting Media Award
Top Choice Award, Boston Museum of Science
Top Educational Gift of 2004, Homeschool.com
  Lexia Early Reading?
    iParenting Media Award
  Lexia Inicio a la Lectura™
    iParenting Media Award
  Lexia Phonics Based Reading?
    iParenting Media Award
  Lexia Reading SOS (Strategies for Older Students)
    iParenting Media Award
  Teaching Reading: Stages and Strategies™
    Finalist, 2004 Codie Awards, Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA)
2003
  Lexia Phonics Based Reading™
    District Choice Award, District Administration
  Lexia Reading S.O.S (Strategies for Older Students)
    Distinguished Achievement Award, Association of Educational Publishers (AEP)
     
Lexia’s Library of Outcomes Research:
  Lexia -Closing the Reading Achievement Gap (pdf, 381 KB)
Lexia -Advancing Literacy Skills in At-Risk 1st Graders (pdf, 178 KB)
Lexia -Advancing Literacy Skills in Kindergarteners (pdf, 11 KB)
Lexia -Supporting Literacy Development in Middle School (pdf, 5KB)
Lexia - Improving Test Scores in Low-Income Hispanic Students (pdf, 266 KB)
Lexia - Implementation Research (pdf, 98 KB)
Evaluation of Lexia Software in Boston Public Schools (pdf, 219 KB)
   
Articles:
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Blok, Oostdam, R., Otter, M. E., & Overmaat, M. (2002). Computer-assisted instruction in support of beginning reading instruction: A review. Review of Education Research, 72, 101-130.
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Bradley, R. F. (1999). Bradley reading and language arts. Upton, MA: Bradley Institute for Reading and Language Arts.
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Cassady, J. C., & Smith, L. L. (2005). The impact of a structured integrated learning system on first grade students’ reading gains. Reading and Writing Quarterly, 21, 361-376.
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Conlon, T., & Simpson, M. (2003). Silicon Valley versus Silicon Glen: The impact of computers upon teaching and learning: A comparative study. British Journal of Educational Technology, 34, 137-150.
  - Cuban, L. (2001). Oversold and underused: Computers in the classroom. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
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Hecht, S. A., & Close, L. (2002). Emergent literacy skills and training time uniquely predict variability in responses to phonemic awareness training in disadvantaged kindergartners. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 82, 93?115.
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Lexia Learning Systems (2001). Phonics based reading and strategies for older students. Lincoln, MA: Lexia Learning Systems, Inc.
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Macaruso, P., Hook, P. E., & McCabe, R. (2006a). The efficacy of computer-based supplementary phonics programs for advancing reading skills in at-risk elementary students. Journal of Research in Reading, 29, 162-172.
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Macaruso, P., Hook, P. E., & McCabe, R. (2006b, November). The efficacy of computer-based phonics instruction and critical implementation issues in elementary schools. Paper presented at the 57th Annual Conference of The International Dyslexia Association, Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Macaruso, P., & Walker, A. (in press). The efficacy of computer assisted instruction for advancing literacy skills in kindergarten children. Reading Psychology: An International Quarterly.
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MacGinitie, W. H., MacGinitie, R. K., Maria, K., & Dreyer, L. G. (2000). Gates-MacGinitie Reading Tests. Itasca, IL: Riverside Publishing.
  - McFall, P. L. (2000). Scott Foresman Reading. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.
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Paterson, W. A., Henry, J. J., O’Quin, K., Ceprano, M. A., & Blue, E. V. (2003) Investigating the effectiveness of an integrated learning system on early emergent readers. Reading Research Quarterly, 38, 172-207.
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Ribas, W. B, Deane, J. A., & Seider, S. (2005). Instructional practices that maximize student achievement: For teachers, by teachers. Westwood, MA: Ribas Publications.
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Sandholtz, J. H. (2001). Learning to teach with technology: A comparison of teacher development programs. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 9, 349?374.
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Sandholtz, J. H., & Reilly, B. (2004). Teachers, not technicians: Rethinking technical expectations for teachers. Teachers College Record, 106, 487-512.
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Torgesen, J. K. (2004). Lessons learned from research on interventions for students who have difficulty learning to read. In P. McCardle & V. Chhabra (Eds.),
  - The voice of evidence in reading research. (pp. 355?382). Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing.
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Torgesen, J. K., & Barker, T. A. (1995). Computers as aids in the prevention and remediation of reading disabilities. Learning Disability Quarterly, 18, 76-87.
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Van Dusen, L. M., & Worthen, B. R. (1994). The impact of integrated learning system implementation on student outcomes: Implications for research and evaluation. International Journal of Educational Research, 21, 13-24.
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Wise, B. W., Ring, J., & Olson, R. K. (2000). Individual differences in gains from computer-assisted remedial reading. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 77, 197?235.

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