A-Z List


Alzheimer's Disease

Journal Articles

Compiled by Rachel Tembreull, Katie Solberg, Julia Bonack, Shelly Berg, Cheryle Busch, Jessie Marx, K.Kimminau, and Alyssa Halfman

Database by Jeffrey Miller - 2000

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Caregivers

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Thomas, D., Heitman, R., and Alexander, T. "The effects of music on bathing cooperation for residents with dementia." Journal of Music Therapy, 34 No. 7 (1997): 247-253. Location- journals microfilm.




Communication, Language Skills, and Verbalization

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Smith, Georgia H. "A Comparison of the Effect of Three Treatment Interventions on Cognitive Functioning of Alzheimer’s Patients." Music Therapy – The Journal of the American Association for Music Therapy. Vol. 6A, No. 1. (1986). Pg. 41-56.



Dawson, Pam, and Kline, Karen, and Wells, Donna L. Enhancing the Abilities of Persons with Alzheimer's. Springer Publishing Company, Inc., 1993. Location-Main Stacks.



Gidley, Isobelle, and Shears Richard. We Never Say Goodbye; the Tragedy of Alzheimer's Disease. George Allan and Unwin Pty Ltd, 1985. Location-Main Stacks.



Arnst, Catherine. "Songs that lead down memory lane." Business Week, October 6, issue 3547, (1997): 75. Location-journals microfilm.



Sambandham, M., and Schirm, V. "Music as a nursing intervention for residents with Alzheimer’s disease in long-term care." Geriatric Nursing: American Journal of Care for the Aging, 16 No. 2 (1995): 79. Location- journals microfilm.



Friedman, D. "Drumming to the rhythms of life." US News and World Report, 122 No. 22 (1997): 17. Location- Journals microfilm.



Chavin, Melanie, MS, RMT-BC. The Lost Chord. Maryland. G and H Publishing, 1991. Location – Main Stacks.



Feil, Neil. The Validation Breakthrough. Baltimore. Health Professions Press Inc., 1993. Location – Main Stacks.



Goldsmith, Malcolm. Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia. Pennsylvania. Jessica Kingsley Publishing, 1993. Location – Main Stacks.



Ostuni, Elizabeth. Getting Through: Communicating When Someone You Care For Has Alzheimer’s Disease. New Jersey. The Speech Bin, 1986. Location – Main Stacks.



National Health and Publishing Coordination. Confronting Alzheimer’s Disease. Location-Main Stacks.




Cooperation and Attention

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Thomas, D., Heitman, R., and Alexander, T. "The effects of music on bathing cooperation for residents with dementia." Journal of Music Therapy, 34 No. 7 (1997): 247-253. Location- journals microfilm.



Friedman, D. "Drumming to the rhythms of life." US News and World Report, 122 No. 22 (1997): 17. Location- Journals microfilm.




Coordination and Motor Skill Functioning

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Gidley, Isobelle, and Shears Richard. We Never Say Goodbye; the Tragedy of Alzheimer's Disease. George Allan and Unwin Pty Ltd, 1985. Location-Main Stacks.



Chavin, Melanie, MS, RMT-BC. The Lost Chord. Maryland. G and H Publishing, 1991. Location – Main Stacks.



Zgola, Jitka. Doing Things. Baltimore. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Location – Main Stacks.



National Health and Publishing Coordination. Confronting Alzheimer’s Disease. Location-Main Stacks.




Emotions and Emotional Expression

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Lipe, Anne W. "Using Music Therapy to Enhance the Quality of Life in a Client with Alzheimer’s Dementia: A Case Study." Music Therapy Perspectives. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 9. (1991). Pg. 102-105.



Douglas, Donna, RMT-BC. Accent on Rhythm; Music Activities for the Aged. MMB Music, Inc., 1981. Location-Main Stacks.



Dawson, Pam, and Kline, Karen, and Wells, Donna L. Enhancing the Abilities of Persons with Alzheimer's. Springer Publishing Company, Inc., 1993. Location-Main Stacks.



Gruetzner, Howard. Alzheimer's: A Caregiver's Source Guide and Source Book. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1988. Location-Main Stacks.



Smith, Bonnie Baird, and Bennett, Mary Babcock, and Knudson, Lisa, RMT-BC. A Son to Set Me Free. Allied Health and Human Services, 1995. Location - GOV PUB.



Chavin, Melanie, MS, RMT-BC. The Lost Chord. Maryland. G and H Publishing, 1991. Location – Main Stacks.



Goldsmith, Malcolm. Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia. Pennsylvania. Jessica Kingsley Publishing, 1993. Location – Main Stacks.



National Health and Publishing Coordination. Confronting Alzheimer’s Disease. Location-Main Stacks.



Moore, Randal S., and Staum, Myra J., and Broutons, Melissa. Journal of Music Therapy . Vol. 29-30. 1992-93. " Music Preferences for the Elderly". Location-Main Stacks.



Aronson, Miriam K. Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease. 1988. Location-MainStacks.




Memory, Reminiscence, and Word Recall

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Smith, Georgia H. "A Comparison of the Effect of Three Treatment Interventions on Cognitive Functioning of Alzheimer’s Patients." Music Therapy – The Journal of the American Association for Music Therapy. Vol. 6A, No. 1. (1986). Pg. 41-56.



Pollack, Nancy J. and Namazi, Kevan H. "The Effect of Music Participation on the Social Behavior of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 1. (Spring 1992). Pg. 54-67.



Cordrey, Cindy, CMT-BC. Hidden Treasures; Music and Memory Activities for People with Alzheimer's. G and H Printing, Mt. Airy, Maryland, 1994. Location- Main Stacks.



Gruetzner, Howard. Alzheimer's: A Caregiver's Source Guide and Source Book. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1988. Location-Main Stacks.



Smith, Bonnie Baird, and Bennett, Mary Babcock, and Knudson, Lisa, RMT-BC. A Son to Set Me Free. Allied Health and Human Services, 1995. Location- GOV PUB.



Gidley, Isobelle, and Shears Richard. We Never Say Goodbye; the Tragedy of Alzheimer's Disease. George Allan and Unwin Pty Ltd, 1985. Location-Main Stacks.



Arnst, Catherine. "Songs that lead down memory lane." Business Week, October 6, issue 3547, (1997): 75. Location-journals microfilm.



Sambandham, M., and Schirm, V. "Music as a nursing intervention for residents with Alzheimer’s disease in long-term care." Geriatric Nursing: American Journal of Care for the Aging, 16 No. 2 (1995): 79. Location- journals microfilm.



Ansdell, Gary. Music for Life. Pennsylvania. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1995. Location – Main Stacks.



Chavin, Melanie, MS, RMT-BC. The Lost Chord. Maryland. G and H Publishing, 1991. Location – Main Stacks.



Ostuni, Elizabeth. Getting Through: Communicating When Someone You Care For Has Alzheimer’s Disease. New Jersey. The Speech Bin, 1986. Location – Main Stacks.



Smith, Georgia. "A Comparison of the Effects of Three Treatment Interventions on Cognitive Functioning of Alzheimer’s Patients." The Journal of the American Association for Music Therapy, 6A No.1 (1986): 30. Location – Journals Bound.



National Health and Publishing Coordination. Confronting Alzheimer’s Disease. Location-Main Stacks.



Cohen, Gene D. M. D., Ph.D. The Brain in Human Aging. Vol. 23. Springer Publishing Company 1988. Location-Main Stacks.



HEARING before the Special Committee on Aging- United States Senate; One Hundred Second Congress- First Session. Washington DC, August 1, 1991. Serial No.102-9



National Association for Music Therapy. Journal of Music Therapy. Vol. 27-28 (1990-1). Location-Main Stacks.




Dancing and Movement

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Brotons, Melissa and Pickett-Cooper, Patty. "Preferences of Alzheimer’s Patients for Music Activities: Singing, Instruments, Dance and Movement, Games, and Composition and Improvisation." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 3. (Fall 1994). Pg. 220-233.



York, Elizabeth. "The Development of a Quantitative Music Skills Test for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 4. (Winter 1994). Pg. 280-296.



Karras, Beckie. You Bring Out the Music in Me. The Haworth Press, 1987. Location-Main Stacks.



Clair, Alicia Ann, PHD, MT-BC. Therapeutic Uses of Music with Older Adults. Health Professions Press, Inc., 1996. Location-Main Stacks.



Friedman, D. "Drumming to the rhythms of life." US News and World Report, 122 No. 22 (1997): 17. Location- Journals microfilm.



Zgola, Jitka. Doing Things. Baltimore. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Location – Main Stacks.




Singing

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Lipe, Anne W. "Using Music Therapy to Enhance the Quality of Life in a Client with Alzheimer’s Dementia: A Case Study." Music Therapy Perspectives. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 9. (1991). Pg. 102-105



Clair, Alicia A. and Bernstein, Barry. "A Comparison of Singing, Vibrotactile and Nonvibrotactile Instrumental Playing Responses in Severely Regressed Persons with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 27, No. 3. (Fall 1990). Pg. 119-125.



Prickett, Carol A. and Moore, Randall S. "The Use of Music to Aid Memory of Alzheimer’s Patients." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association of Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 2. (Summer 1991). Pg. 101-110.



Brotons, Melissa and Pickett-Cooper, Patty. "Preferences of Alzheimer’s Patients for Music Activities: Singing, Instruments, Dance and Movement, Games, and Composition and Improvisation." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 3. (Fall 1994). Pg. 220-233.



York, Elizabeth. "The Development of a Quantitative Music Skills Test for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 4. (Winter 1994). Pg. 280-296.



Carruth, Ellen K. "The Effects of Singing and the Spaced Retrieval Technique on Improving Face-Name Recognition in Nursing Home Residents with Memory Loss." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 34, No. 3. (Fall 1997). Pg. 165-186.



Olderog-Millard, Kristine A. and Smith, Jeffrey M. "The Influence of Group Singing Therapy on the Behavior of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 5, No. 2. (Summer 1989). Pg. 58-70.



Sambandham, M., and Schirm, V. "Music as a nursing intervention for residents with Alzheimer’s disease in long-term care." Geriatric Nursing: American Journal of Care for the Aging, 16 No. 2 (1995): 79. Location- journals microfilm.



Friedman, D. "Drumming to the rhythms of life." US News and World Report, 122 No. 22 (1997): 17. Location- Journals microfilm.



Zgola, Jitka. Doing Things. Baltimore. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Location – Main Stacks.



Moore, Randal S., and Staum, Myra J., and Broutons, Melissa. Journal of Music Therapy . Vol. 29-30. 1992-93. " Music Preferences for the Elderly". Location-Main Stacks.




Clapping and Foot Tapping

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Clair, Alicia Ann, PHD, MT-BC. Therapeutic Uses of Music with Older Adults. Health Professions Press, Inc., 1996. Location-Main Stacks.




Rhythm Exercises and Movement

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Prickett, Carol A. and Moore, Randall S. "The Use of Music to Aid Memory of Alzheimer’s Patients." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association of Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 2. (Summer 1991). Pg. 101-110.



York, Elizabeth. "The Development of a Quantitative Music Skills Test for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 4. (Winter 1994). Pg. 280-296.



Elliot, Jerold E., Re. D., and Sorg-Elliot, Judith A., MA. Recreation Programming and Activities. Venture Publishing, Inc., 1991. Location-Main Stacks.




Background Music and Listening Exercises

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Prickett, Carol A. and Moore, Randall S. "The Use of Music to Aid Memory of Alzheimer’s Patients." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association of Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 2. (Summer 1991). Pg. 101-110.



Groene, Robert W. II. "The Effectiveness of Music Therapy 1:1 Intervention with Individuals Having Senile Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 30, No. 3. (Fall 1993). Pg. 138-157.



Thomas, D., Heitman, R., and Alexander, T. "The effects of music on bathing cooperation for residents with dementia." Journal of Music Therapy, 34 No. 7 (1997): 247-253. Location- journals microfilm.



Mace, Nancy L. & Peter V. Rabins, MD. The 36-Hour Day. Baltimore. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1996. Location – Main Stacks.



Markin, RE The Alzheimer’s Cope Book. New York. Carol Publishing Group, 1992. Location – Main Stacks.



Zgola, Jitka. Doing Things. Baltimore. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Location – Main Stacks.




Lyric Analysis and Songwriting

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Brotons, Melissa and Pickett-Cooper, Patty. "Preferences of Alzheimer’s Patients for Music Activities: Singing, Instruments, Dance and Movement, Games, and Composition and Improvisation." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 3. (Fall 1994). Pg. 220-233.



Silber, F., and Hes, J. "The use of songwriting with patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease." Music Therapy Perspectives, 13 No. 1 (1995): 31-34. Location-journals bound.




Instruments

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Clair, Alicia A. and Bernstein, Barry. "A Comparison of Singing, Vibrotactile and Nonvibrotactile Instrumental Playing Responses in Severely Regressed Persons with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 27, No. 3. (Fall 1990). Pg. 119-125.



Brotons, Melissa and Pickett-Cooper, Patty. "Preferences of Alzheimer’s Patients for Music Activities: Singing, Instruments, Dance and Movement, Games, and Composition and Improvisation." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 3. (Fall 1994). Pg. 220-233.



York, Elizabeth. "The Development of a Quantitative Music Skills Test for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 4. (Winter 1994). Pg. 280-296.



Smith, Bonnie Baird, and Bennett, Mary Babcock, and Knudson, Lisa, RMT-BC. A Son to Set Me Free. Allied Health and Human Services, 1995. Location- GOV PUB.



Friedman, D. "Drumming to the rhythms of life." US News and World Report, 122 No. 22 (1997): 17. Location- Journals microfilm.



Goldsmith, Malcolm. Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia. Pennsylvania. Jessica Kingsley Publishing, 1993. Location – Main Stacks.




Games and Performances

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Brotons, Melissa and Pickett-Cooper, Patty. "Preferences of Alzheimer’s Patients for Music Activities: Singing, Instruments, Dance and Movement, Games, and Composition and Improvisation." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 3. (Fall 1994). Pg. 220-233.



Douglas, Donna, RMT-BC. Accent on Rhythm; Music Activities for the Aged. MMB Music, Inc., 1981. Location-Main Stacks.



Elliot, Jerold E., Re. D., and Sorg-Elliot, Judith A., MA. Recreation Programming and Activities. Venture Publishing, Inc., 1991. Location-Main Stacks.




Improvisation

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Brotons, Melissa and Pickett-Cooper, Patty. "Preferences of Alzheimer’s Patients for Music Activities: Singing, Instruments, Dance and Movement, Games, and Composition and Improvisation." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 3. (Fall 1994). Pg. 220-233.



Ansdell, Gary. Music for Life. Pennsylvania. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1995. Location – Main Stacks.




Familiar songs

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Smith, Georgia H. "A Comparison of the Effect of Three Treatment Interventions on Cognitive Functioning of Alzheimer’s Patients." Music Therapy – The Journal of the American Association for Music Therapy. Vol. 6A, No. 1. (1986). Pg. 41-56.



Prickett, Carol A. and Moore, Randall S. "The Use of Music to Aid Memory of Alzheimer’s Patients." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association of Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 2. (Summer 1991). Pg. 101-110



Brotons, Melissa and Pickett-Cooper, Patty. "Preferences of Alzheimer’s Patients for Music Activities: Singing, Instruments, Dance and Movement, Games, and Composition and Improvisation." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 3. (Fall 1994). Pg. 220-233.



Arnst, Catherine. "Songs that lead down memory lane." Business Week, October 6, issue 3547, (1997): 75. Location-journals microfilm.



Casy, J., and Holm, M. "The effects of music on repetitive disruptive vocalizations of persons with dementia." American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 48 No. 10 (1994): 883-889. Location- journals microfilm.



Friedman, D. "Drumming to the rhythms of life." US News and World Report, 122 No. 22 (1997): 17. Location- Journals microfilm.



Ansdell, Gary. Music for Life. Pennsylvania. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1995. Location – Main Stacks.



Mace, Nancy L. & Peter V. Rabins, MD. The 36-Hour Day. Baltimore. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1996. Location – Main Stacks.



Markin, RE The Alzheimer’s Cope Book. New York. Carol Publishing Group, 1992. Location – Main Stacks.



Ostuni, Elizabeth. Getting Through: Communicating When Someone You Care For Has Alzheimer’s Disease. New Jersey. The Speech Bin, 1986. Location – Main Stacks.




Patriotic songs

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Moore, Randal S., and Staum, Myra J., and Broutons, Melissa. Journal of Music Therapy . Vol. 29-30. 1992-93. " Music Preferences for the Elderly". Location-Main Stacks.




Nursing Homes and Care Facilities

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Karras, Beckie. You Bring Out the Music in Me. The Haworth Press, 1987. Location-Main Stacks.



Sambandham, M., and Schirm, V. "Music as a nursing intervention for residents with Alzheimer’s disease in long-term care." Geriatric Nursing: American Journal of Care for the Aging, 16 No. 2 (1995): 79. Location- journals microfilm.



Casy, J., and Holm, M. "The effects of music on repetitive disruptive vocalizations of persons with dementia." American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 48 No. 10 (1994): 883-889. Location- journals microfilm.



Chavin, Melanie, MS, RMT-BC. The Lost Chord. Maryland. G and H Publishing, 1991. Location – Main Stacks.




Alzheimer’s Disease

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Smith, Georgia H. "A Comparison of the Effect of Three Treatment Interventions on Cognitive Functioning of Alzheimer’s Patients." Music Therapy – The Journal of the American Association for Music Therapy. Vol. 6A, No. 1. (1986). Pg. 41-56.



Lipe, Anne W. "Using Music Therapy to Enhance the Quality of Life in a Client with Alzheimer’s Dementia: A Case Study." Music Therapy Perspectives. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 9. (1991). Pg. 102-105.



Clair, Alicia A. and Bernstein, Barry. "A Comparison of Singing, Vibrotactile and Nonvibrotactile Instrumental Playing Responses in Severely Regressed Persons with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 27, No. 3. (Fall 1990). Pg. 119-125.



Prickett, Carol A. and Moore, Randall S. "The Use of Music to Aid Memory of Alzheimer’s Patients." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association of Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 2. (Summer 1991). Pg. 101-110.



Pollack, Nancy J. and Namazi, Kevan H. "The Effect of Music Participation on the Social Behavior of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 1. (Spring 1992). Pg. 54-67.



Groene, Robert W. II. "The Effectiveness of Music Therapy 1:1 Intervention with Individuals Having Senile Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 30, No. 3. (Fall 1993). Pg. 138-157.



Brotons, Melissa and Pickett-Cooper, Patty. "Preferences of Alzheimer’s Patients for Music Activities: Singing, Instruments, Dance and Movement, Games, and Composition and Improvisation." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 3. (Fall 1994). Pg. 220-233.



York, Elizabeth. "The Development of a Quantitative Music Skills Test for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 4. (Winter 1994). Pg. 280-296.



Olderog-Millard, Kristine A. and Smith, Jeffrey M. "The Influence of Group Singing Therapy on the Behavior of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 5, No. 2. (Summer 1989). Pg. 58-70.



Cordrey, Cindy, CMT-BC. Hidden Treasures; Music and Memory Activities for People with Alzheimer's. G and H Printing, Mt. Airy, Maryland, 1994. Location- Main Stacks.



Karras, Beckie. You Bring Out the Music in Me. The Haworth Press, 1987. Location-Main Stacks.



Douglas, Donna, RMT-BC. Accent on Rhythm; Music Activities for the Aged. MMB Music, Inc., 1981. Location-Main Stacks.



Dawson, Pam, and Kline, Karen, and Wells, Donna L. Enhancing the Abilities of Persons with Alzheimer's. Springer Publishing Company, Inc., 1993. Location-Main Stacks.



Gruetzner, Howard. Alzheimer's: A Caregiver's Source Guide and Source Book. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1988. Location-Main Stacks.



Bergener, Manfred, MD, and Finkel, Sanford I., MD. Treating Alzheimer's and Other Dementia's. Springer Publishing Company, Inc., 1995. Location-Main Stacks.



Clair, Alicia Ann, PHD, MT-BC. Therapeutic Uses of Music with Older Adults. Health Professions Press, Inc., 1996. Location-Main Stacks.



Smith, Bonnie Baird, and Bennett, Mary Babcock, and Knudson, Lisa, RMT-BC. A Son to Set Me Free. Allied Health and Human Services, 1995. Location- GOV PUB.



Gidley, Isobelle, and Shears Richard. We Never Say Goodbye; the Tragedy of Alzheimer's Disease. George Allan and Unwin Pty Ltd, 1985. Location-Main Stacks.



Aldridge, D. "Music therapy and the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease." Clinical Gerontologist, 16 No. 1 (1995): 41-57. Location- journals microfilm.



Brotons, M., and Pickett-Cooper, P. "The effects of music therapy intervention on agitation behaviors of Alzheimer’s disease patients." Journal of Music therapy, 33 No. 1 (1996): 2-18. Location- journals bound.



Silber, F., and Hes, J. "The use of songwriting with patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease." Music Therapy Perspectives, 13 No. 1 (1995): 31-34. Location-journals bound.



Arnst, Catherine. "Songs that lead down memory lane." Business Week, October 6, issue 3547, (1997): 75. Location-journals microfilm.



Sambandham, M., and Schirm, V. "Music as a nursing intervention for residents with Alzheimer’s disease in long-term care." Geriatric Nursing: American Journal of Care for the Aging, 16 No. 2 (1995): 79. Location- journals microfilm.



Rabins, P.V. "Developing treatment guidelines for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia." Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 57 Suppl. 14 (1996): 37-38. Location- journals microfilm.



Casy, J., and Holm, M. "The effects of music on repetitive disruptive vocalizations of persons with dementia." American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 48 No. 10 (1994): 883-889. Location- journals microfilm.



Lipe, Anne and Nahama, Glynn. "Musical debate…the music therapy assessment tool." Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 18 No. 7 (1992): 3-4. Location- journals microfilm.



Thomas, D., Heitman, R., and Alexander, T. "The effects of music on bathing cooperation for residents with dementia." Journal of Music Therapy, 34 No. 7 (1997): 247-253. Location- journals microfilm.



Friedman, D. "Drumming to the rhythms of life." US News and World Report, 122 No. 22 (1997): 17. Location- Journals microfilm.



Chavin, Melanie, MS, RMT-BC. The Lost Chord. Maryland. G and H Publishing, 1991. Location – Main Stacks.



Christie, Mary Ella. "The Influence of a Highly Participatory Peer Motivating Group Behaviors of Lower Functioning Persons Who Have Probable Alzheimer’s Type Dementia: A Feasible Study." Music Therapy Perspectives, 13 No.2 (1997): 87. Location – Current.



Feil, Neil. The Validation Breakthrough. Baltimore. Health Professions Press Inc., 1993. Location – Main Stacks.



Lipe, Anne W., MM, RMT-BC. "Using Music Therapy To Enhance the Quality of Life in a Client with Alzheimer’s Dementia: A Case Study." Music Therapy Perspectives, 13 No. 9 (1991): 102. Location – Journals Bound.



Mace, Nancy L. & Peter V. Rabins, MD. The 36-Hour Day. Baltimore. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1996. Location – Main Stacks.



Maletta, Gabe J, Ph.D., MD. "Management of Behavior Problems in Elderly Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias." Clinics in Geriatric Medicine. 4 No. 4 (1988): 723-729. Location – Journals Bound



Markin, RE The Alzheimer’s Cope Book. New York. Carol Publishing Group, 1992. Location – Main Stacks.



Ostuni, Elizabeth. Getting Through: Communicating When Someone You Care For Has Alzheimer’s Disease. New Jersey. The Speech Bin, 1986. Location – Main Stacks.



Smith, Georgia. "A Comparison of the Effects of Three Treatment Interventions on Cognitive Functioning of Alzheimer’s Patients." The Journal of the American Association for Music Therapy, 6A No.1 (1986): 30. Location – Journals Bound.



Zgola, Jitka. Doing Things. Baltimore. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Location – Main Stacks.



U.S. Department of Related Dementia. "Alzheimer’s and Related Dementia’s". Location-Microfilm Journal.



Department of Health and Human Services. " Music Therapy for Alzheimer’s and Dementia". Microfilm Journal.



Butler, Robert N. Alzheimer’s Dementia, Dilemmas in Clinical Research. Humana Press, Clint, NJ, 1985. Location-Main Stacks.



National Health and Publishing Coordination. Confronting Alzheimer’s Disease. Location-Main Stacks.



Cohen, Gene D. M. D. , Ph.D. The Brain in Human Aging. Vol. 23. Springer Publishing Company 1988. Location-Main Stacks.



Minor-Winters, and Minor-Blass, and Richter-Valentine. Caring for Alzheimer’s Patients. (Insight Books) New York and London 1989. Location-Main Stacks.



HEARING before the Special Committee on Aging- United States Senate; One Hundred Second Congress- First Session. Washington DC, August 1, 1991. Serial No.102-9 Printed for the use of the Special Committee of Aging. Location-Government Publications.



Aronson, Miriam K. Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease. 1988. Location-MainStacks.



Olderog-Millard, Kristine A. and Smith Jeffery M. “The Influence of Group Singing Therapy on the Behavior of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 26, No. 2. (Summer 1989). Pg. 58-70.


Smith, Georgia H. “A Comparison of the Effects of Three Treatment Interventions on Cognitive Functioning of Alzheimer Patients.” Music Therapy—The Journal of American Music Therapy Association. Vol. 6A, No. 1. (1986). Pg. 41-56.


Groene, Robert W. II. “Effectiveness of Music Therapy 1:1 Intervention with Individuals Having Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 30, No. 3. (Fall 1993). Pg. 138-157.


Clair, Alicia Ann and Ebberts, Allison G. “The Effects of Music Therapy on Interactions Between Family Caregivers and Their Care Receivers with Late Stage Dementia.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 34, No. 3. (Fall 1997). Pg. 148-164.


Brotons, Melissa and Koger, Susan M. and Pickett-Cooper, Patty. “Music and Dementias: A Review of Literature.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 34, No. 4. (Winter 1997). Pg. 205.


York, Elizabeth. “The Development of a Quantitative Music Skills Test for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 4. (Winter 1994). Pg. 280-296.


Brotons, Melissa and Pickett-Cooper, Patricia K. “The Effects of Music Therapy Intervention on Agitation Behavior of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 33, No. 1. (Spring 1996). Pg. 2-18.


Groene, Robert II and Zapchenk, Sonja and Marble, Gretchen and Kontar, Sheila. “The Effect of Therapist and Activity Characteristics on the Purposeful Responses of Probable Alzheimer’s Disease Participants.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 35, No. 2. (Summer 1998). Pg. 119-136.


Hanson, Natalie and Gfeller, Kate and Woodworth, George and Swanson, Elizabeth A. and Garand, Linda. “A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Differing Types and Difficulty of Music Activities in Programming for Older Adults with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 33, No. 2. (Summer 1996). Pg. 93-123.


Pollack, Nancy J. and Namazi, Kevan H. “The Effects of Music Participation on the Social Behavior of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 1. (Spring 1992).  Pg. 54-67.


Brotons, Melissa and Pickett-Cooper, Patty. “Preferences of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients for Music Activities: Singing, Instrument, Dance/Movement, Games, and Composition/Improvisation.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 31, No. 3. (Fall 1994). Pg. 220.


Clair, Alicia Ann and Bernstein, Barry. “A Comparison of SingingVibrotactile and Nonvibrotactile Instrumental Playing Responses in Severely Regressed Persons with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Disease Type.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 27, No. 3. (Fall 1990). Pg. 120.


Bernstein, Barry and Johnson Gary. “Rhythm Playing Characteristics in Persons with Severe Dementia Including Those with Probable Alzheimer’s Type.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 32, No. 2. (Summer 1995). Pg. 114.


Lipe, Anne. “The Use of Music Performance Tasks in the Assessment of Cognitive Functioning among Older Adults with Dementia.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 32, No. 3. (Fall 1995). Pg. 138.


Clair, Alicia Ann. “The Effect of Singing on Alert Responses in Persons with Late Stage Dementia.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vo. 33, No. 4. (Winter 1996). Pg. 234-247.


Prickett, Carol A. and Moore, Randall S. “The Use of Music to Aid Memory of Alzheimer’s Patients.” Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association. (Summer 1991). Pg. 101-110.


Groene, Robert William. “Effectiveness of Music Therapy 1:1 Intervention with Individuals Having Senile Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type. Journal of Music Therapy. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 4. (Winter 1992). Pg. 138-157.


Brotons, Melissa and Marti, Particia. “Music Therapy with Alzheimer’s Patients and Their Family Caregivers: A Pilot Project.” Journal of Music Therapy. Vol. 40, No. 2. (Summer 2003). Pg. 138.


Cevasco, Andrea M. and Grant, Roy E. “Comparison of Different Methods for Eliciting Exercise-to-Music for Clients with Alzheimer’s Disease.” Journal of Music Therapy. Vol. 40, No. 1. (Spring 2003). Pg. 41.


Shively, Carol and Henkin, Lauren. “Information Sharing—Music and Movement Therapy with Alzheimer’s Victims.” Music Therapy Perspectives. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 3. (1986).


Gibbons, Alicia C. “A Review of Literature for Music Development/Education and Music Therapy with the Elderly.” Music Therapy Perspectives. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 5. (1988). Pg. 39.


Kaser, Vaughn A. “Musical Expressions of Subconscious Feelings: A Clinical Perspective.” Music Therapy Perspectives. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 11, No. 1. (1993). Pg. 16.


Silber, Fanny and HES, Jozef, PH. “The Use of Songwriting with Patients Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease.” Music Therapy Perspectives. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 13, No. 1. (1995). Pg. 31.


McCarthy, Karen Marie. “Stress Management in the Health Care Field: A Pilot Program for Staff in a Nursing Home Unit for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease.” Music Therapy Perspectives. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 10, No. 2. (1992). Pg. 110.


Christie, Mary Ella. “The Influence of a Highly Participatory Peer on Motivating Group Behavior of Lower Functioning Persons who have Probably Alzheimer’s Type Dementia: A Feasibility Study.” Music Therapy Perspectives. American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Vol. 13, No. 2. (1995).



Dementia

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Lipe, Anne W. "Using Music Therapy to Enhance the Quality of Life in a Client with Alzheimer’s Dementia: A Case Study." Music Therapy Perspectives. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 9. (1991). Pg. 102-105.



Clair, Alicia A. and Bernstein, Barry. "A Comparison of Singing, Vibrotactile and Nonvibrotactile Instrumental Playing Responses in Severely Regressed Persons with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 27, No. 3. (Fall 1990). Pg. 119-125.



Groene, Robert W. II. "The Effectiveness of Music Therapy 1:1 Intervention with Individuals Having Senile Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 30, No. 3. (Fall 1993). Pg. 138-157.



Bergener, Manfred, MD, and Finkel, Sanford I., MD. Treating Alzheimer's and Other Dementia's. Springer Publishing Company, Inc., 1995. Location-Main Stacks.



Arnst, Catherine. "Songs that lead down memory lane." Business Week, October 6, issue 3547, (1997): 75. Location-journals microfilm.



Rabins, P.V. "Developing treatment guidelines for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia." Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 57 Suppl. 14 (1996): 37-38. Location- journals microfilm.



Casy, J., and Holm, M. "The effects of music on repetitive disruptive vocalizations of persons with dementia." American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 48 No. 10 (1994): 883-889. Location- journals microfilm.



Lipe, Anne and Nahama, Glynn. "Musical debate…the music therapy assessment tool." Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 18 No. 7 (1992): 3-4. Location- journals microfilm.



Thomas, D., Heitman, R., and Alexander, T. "The effects of music on bathing cooperation for residents with dementia." Journal of Music Therapy, 34 No. 7 (1997): 247-253. Location- journals microfilm.



Christie, Mary Ella. "The Influence of a Highly Participatory Peer Motivating Group Behaviors of Lower Functioning Persons Who Have Probable Alzheimer’s Type Dementia: A Feasible Study." Music Therapy Perspectives, 13 No.2 (1997): 87. Location – Current.



Goldsmith, Malcolm. Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia. Pennsylvania. Jessica Kingsley Publishing, 1993. Location – Main Stacks.



Lipe, Anne W., MM, RMT-BC. "Using Music Therapy To Enhance the Quality of Life in a Client with Alzheimer’s Dementia: A Case Study." Music Therapy Perspectives, 13 No. 9 (1991): 102. Location – Journals Bound.



Maletta, Gabe J, Ph.D., MD. "Management of Behavior Problems in Elderly Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias." Clinics in Geriatric Medicine. 4 No. 4 (1988): 723-729. Location – Journals Bound



U.S. Department of Related Dementia. "Alzheimer’s and Related Dementia’s". Location-Microfilm Journal



Department of Health and Human Services. " Music Therapy for Alzheimer’s and Dementia". Microfilm Journal.



Butler, Robert N. Alzheimer’s Dementia, Dilemmas in Clinical Research. Humana Press, Clint, NJ, 1985. Location-Main Stacks.




Elderly

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Maletta, Gabe J, Ph.D., MD. "Management of Behavior Problems in Elderly Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias." Clinics in Geriatric Medicine. 4 No. 4 (1988): 723-729. Location – Journals Bound



Department of Health and Human Services. " Music Therapy for Alzheimer’s and Dementia". Microfilm Journal.



Moore, Randal S., and Staum, Myra J., and Broutons, Melissa. Journal of Music Therapy . Vol. 29-30. 1992-93. " Music Preferences for the Elderly". Location-Main Stacks.



Douglas, Donna, RMT-BC. Accent on Rhythm; Music Activities for the Aged. MMB Music, Inc., 1981. Location-Main Stacks.




Family

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Gidley, Isobelle, and Shears Richard. We Never Say Goodbye; the Tragedy of Alzheimer's Disease. George Allan and Unwin Pty Ltd, 1985. Location-Main Stacks.Gidley, Isobelle, and Shears Richard. We Never Say Goodbye; the Tragedy of Alzheimer's Disease. George Allan and Unwin Pty Ltd, 1985. Location-Main Stacks.



Friedman, D. "Drumming to the rhythms of life." US News and World Report, 122 No. 22 (1997): 17. Location- Journals microfilm.



Butler, Robert N. Alzheimer’s Dementia, Dilemmas in Clinical Research. Humana Press, Clint, NJ, 1985. Location-Main Stacks.




Physiological and Cognitive Effects

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Smith, Georgia H. "A Comparison of the Effect of Three Treatment Interventions on Cognitive Functioning of Alzheimer’s Patients." Music Therapy – The Journal of the American Association for Music Therapy. Vol. 6A, No. 1. (1986). Pg. 41-56.



Gruetzner, Howard. Alzheimer's: A Caregiver's Source Guide and Source Book. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1988. Location-Main Stacks.



Ostuni, Elizabeth. Getting Through: Communicating When Someone You Care For Has Alzheimer’s Disease. New Jersey. The Speech Bin, 1986. Location – Main Stacks.



Smith, Georgia. "A Comparison of the Effects of Three Treatment Interventions on Cognitive Functioning of Alzheimer’s Patients." The Journal of the American Association for Music Therapy, 6A No.1 (1986): 30. Location – Journals Bound.



U.S. Department of Related Dementia. "Alzheimer’s and Related Dementia’s". Location-Microfilm Journal.



National Health and Publishing Coordination. Confronting Alzheimer’s Disease. Location-Main Stacks.



Cohen, Gene D. M. D. , Ph.D. The Brain in Human Aging. Vol. 23. Springer Publishing Company 1988. Location-Main Stacks.



Moore, Randal S., and Staum, Myra J., and Broutons, Melissa. Journal of Music Therapy . Vol. 29-30. 1992-93. " Music Preferences for the Elderly". Location-Main Stacks.



Aronson, Miriam K. Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease. 1988. Location-MainStacks.



Rabins, P.V. "Developing treatment guidelines for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia." Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 57 Suppl. 14 (1996): 37-38. Location- journals microfilm.




Recreation and Quality of Life

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Lipe, Anne W. "Using Music Therapy to Enhance the Quality of Life in a Client with Alzheimer’s Dementia: A Case Study." Music Therapy Perspectives. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 9. (1991). Pg. 102-105.



Cordrey, Cindy, CMT-BC. Hidden Treasures; Music and Memory Activities for People with Alzheimer's. G and H Printing, Mt. Airy, Maryland, 1994. Location- Main Stacks.



Douglas, Donna, RMT-BC. Accent on Rhythm; Music Activities for the Aged MMB Music, Inc., 1981. Location-Main Stacks.



Elliot, Jerold E., Re. D., and Sorg-Elliot, Judith A., MA. Recreation Programming and Activities. Venture Publishing, Inc., 1991. Location-Main Stacks.



Silber, F., and Hes, J. "The use of songwriting with patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease." Music Therapy Perspectives, 13 No. 1 (1995): 31-34. Location-journals bound.



Aldridge, D. "Music therapy and the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease." Clinical Gerontologist, 16 No. 1 (1995): 41-57. Location- journals microfilm.



Arnst, Catherine. "Songs that lead down memory lane." Business Week, October 6, issue 3547, (1997): 75. Location-journals microfilm.



Casy, J., and Holm, M. "The effects of music on repetitive disruptive vocalizations of persons with dementia." American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 48 No. 10 (1994): 883-889. Location- journals microfilm.



Lipe, Anne and Nahama, Glynn. "Musical debate…the music therapy assessment tool." Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 18 No. 7 (1992): 3-4. Location- journals microfilm.



Chavin, Melanie, MS, RMT-BC. The Lost Chord. Maryland. G and H Publishing, 1991. Location – Main Stacks.



Mace, Nancy L. & Peter V. Rabins, MD. The 36-Hour Day. Baltimore. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1996. Location – Main Stacks.




Relaxation and Sleep

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Karras, Beckie. You Bring Out the Music in Me. The Haworth Press, 1987. Location-Main Stacks.



Mace, Nancy L. & Peter V. Rabins, MD. The 36-Hour Day. Baltimore. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1996. Location – Main Stacks



Markin, RE The Alzheimer’s Cope Book. New York. Carol Publishing Group, 1992. Location – Main Stacks.




Socialization and Social Skills

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Pollack, Nancy J. and Namazi, Kevan H. "The Effect of Music Participation on the Social Behavior of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 1. (Spring 1992). Pg. 54-67.



Cordrey, Cindy, CMT-BC. Hidden Treasures; Music and Memory Activities for People with Alzheimer's. G and H Printing, Mt. Airy, Maryland, 1994. Location- Main Stacks.



Dawson, Pam, and Kline, Karen, and Wells, Donna L. Enhancing the Abilities of Persons with Alzheimer's. Springer Publishing Company, Inc., 1993. Location-Main Stacks.



Clair, Alicia Ann, PHD, MT-BC. Therapeutic Uses of Music with Older Adults. Health Professions Press, Inc., 1996. Location-Main Stacks.



Smith, Bonnie Baird, and Bennett, Mary Babcock, and Knudson, Lisa, RMT-BC. A Son to Set Me Free. Allied Health and Human Services, 1995. Location- GOV PUB.



Smith, Bonnie Baird, and Bennett, Mary Babcock, and Knudson, Lisa, RMT-BC. A Son to Set Me Free. Allied Health and Human Services, 1995. Location- GOV PUB.



Silber, F., and Hes, J. "The use of songwriting with patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease." Music Therapy Perspectives, 13 No. 1 (1995): 31-34. Location-journals bound.



Sambandham, M., and Schirm, V. "Music as a nursing intervention for residents with Alzheimer’s disease in long-term care." Geriatric Nursing: American Journal of Care for the Aging, 16 No. 2 (1995): 79. Location- journals microfilm.



Zgola, Jitka. Doing Things. Baltimore. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Location – Main Stacks.



National Health and Publishing Coordination. Confronting Alzheimer’s Disease. Location-Main Stacks.




Wandering

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Groene, Robert W. II. "The Effectiveness of Music Therapy 1:1 Intervention with Individuals Having Senile Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type." Journal of Music Therapy. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. Vol. 30, No. 3. (Fall 1993). Pg. 138-157.



Mace, Nancy L. & Peter V. Rabins, MD. The 36-Hour Day. Baltimore. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1996. Location – Main Stacks



Markin, RE The Alzheimer’s Cope Book. New York. Carol Publishing Group, 1992. Location – Main Stacks.