A-Z List


Newborns

Journal Articles

Compiled by Jeremy Strasburg
May 31, 2000


Standley, J. M., & Madsen, C. K. (1990). Comparison of infant preferences and responses to auditory stimuli: Music, mother, and other female voice. Journal of Music Therapy. 27, 2.



Cassidy, J. W., & Ditty, K. M. (1998). Presentation of aural stimuli to newborns and premature infants. Journal of Music Therapy. 35, 2.



Owens, L. D. (1979). The effects of music on the weight loss, crying and physical movement of newborns. Journal of Music Therapy. 16, 2.



Caine, J. (1991). The effects of music on the selected stress behaviors, weigh, caloric and formula intake, and the length of hospital stay of premature and low birth weight neonates in a Newborn Intensive Care Unit. Journal of Music. 28, 4.



Cassidy, J. W., &Standley, J. M. (1995). The effect of music listening on physiological responses of premature infants in the NICU. Journal of Music Therapy. 32, 4.



Standley, J. M. (1991). The role of music in pacification/stimulation of premature infants with low birth weight. Perspectives. 9.



Loewy, J. V. (1995). The musical stages of speech: A developmental model of pre-verbal sound making. Music Therapy. 13, 1.



Tyson, F. (1982). Individual singing instructions: An evolutionary framework for psychiatric music therapists. Perspectives. 1, 1.



Shiraishi, I. M. (1997). A home-based music therapy program for multi-risk mothers. Perspects 15, 1.



Staum, M. J.(1981). An analysis of movement in therapy. Journal of Music Therapy. 15, 1.



Staum, M. J. (1983). Music and rhythmic stimuli in the rehabilitation of Gait Disorders. Journal of Music Therapy. 20, 2.



Marley, L. S. (1984). The use of music with hospitalized infants and toddlers: A descriptive study. Journal of Music Therapy. 21, 3.



Standley, J. M. (1986). Music research in medical/dental treatment: Meta-analysis and clinical applications. Journal of Music Therapy 23, 2.



Reilly, J. F. (1997). A correlational study of the Gesturo-musical responses of in-patients with acute manic or depressive symptomatology using the LIGHTNING Module. Journal of Music Therapy. 34, 4.



Briggs, C. A. (1991). A model for understanding musical development. Music Therapy. 10, 1.