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  1. Greer, R.D., Timberlake, C. and H. Randall. The discriminate use of music listening as a contingency for improvement in vocal pitch acuity and attending behavior. Council for Research in Music Education, 1971, 26,10.
  2. Madsen, C.K., and J. Forsythe. The effect of contingent music listening on increases of mathematical responses. Journal of Research in Music Education, 1973, 21,176.
  3. Ritschl, C., Mongrella, J., and R.J. Presbie. “Group time-out from rock and roll music and out-of-seat behavior of handicapped children while riding a school bus.” Psychological Reports, 1921, 31, 967-973.
  4. Brackbill, Y., Adams, G., Crowell, D.H. and M.L. Gray. Arousal level in neonates and preschool children under continous auditory stimulation. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 1966, 4, 178-188.
  5. Cotter, V.W.. Effects of music on performance of manual tasks with retarded adolescent females. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 1971, 76, 242-248.
  6. Johnson, J.M. and L.L. Phillips. Affecting the behavior of retarded children with music. Music Educators Journal, 1971, 57, 45-46.
  7. Miller, D.M. Effects of music listening contingencies on arithmetic performance and musical preference of EMR children. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 1976, 81, 371-378.
  8. Stevens, E.A.. Some effects of tempo changes on stereotyped rocking movements of low-level mentally retarded subjects. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 1971, 76, 76-81.
  9. Davidson, R.J. and G.E. Scwartz. The influence of musical training on patterns of EEG asymmetry during musical and non-musical self-generation tasks. Psychophysiology. 1977, 14, 58-63.
  10. Wagner, M.J. Effect of music and biofeedback on alpha brainwave rhythms and attentiveness. Journal of Research in Music Education, 1975, 23, 3-13.
  11. Rejto, A. (1971). Music as an aid in the remediation of learning disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 6, 286-295.
  12. Ditson, R. (1961). A study of the effects of moderate background music on the behavior of cerebral palsied children. Bulletin of the National Association for Music Therapy, 10, 6.
  13. Cotter, V.W. (1971). Effects of music on performance of manual tasks with retarded adolescent females. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 76, 242-248.
  14. Kerr, W.A. (1945). Experiments on the effect of music on factory production. Applied Psychology Monographs, No. 5.
  15. Stainbeck, S.B., Stainback, W.C., and D.P. Hallahan (1973). Effects of background music on learning. Exceptional Children, 40, 109-110.
  16. Gates, A., and J.L. Bradshaw (1977). The role of the cerebral hemispheres in music. Brain and Language, 4, 403-431.