BASIC AND CLINICAL RESEARCH RELATED TO

THE NEUROSCIENCE OF MUSIC AND NEUROLOGIC MUSIC THERAPY

 

The Academy will promote the integrity of continued research in the area of neuroscience, music, and therapy and assist in identifying areas of continued pursuit or those requiring additional research efforts.

 

References for research supporting Neurologic Music Therapy techniques are divided into the three domains:

-      Cognition;

-      Speech and Language; and

-      Sensorimotor.

Each domain is sub-divided into Basic Research and Clinical Research sections.

 

COGNITION

Basic Research

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Abiru, M., Mihara, Y., Kikuchi, Y., et al. 2007. The effects of Neurologic music therapy on hemispatial neglect in a hemiparetic stroke patient. A case study. Neurological Medicine, 67(1), 88-94.

 

Barrow, I.M, Collins, J.N., & Britt, L.D. 2006. The influence of an auditory distraction on rapid naming after a mild traumatic brain injury: a longitudinal study. Journal of Trauma- Injury Infection & Critical Care, 61, 1142-1149.

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

Ben-Pazi, H., Gross-Tsur, V., Bergman, H., Shalev, R.S., (2003). Abnormal rhythmic motor response in children with attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. Vol. 45 pp.743-745.

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

Bialystok, E. & Depape, A.M. 2009. Musical expertise, bilingualism, and executive functioning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 35, 565-574.

Boso, M., Emanuele, E., Minazzi, V., Abbamonte, M., & Politi, P. 2007. Effect of long-term interactive music therapy on behavior profile and musical skills in young adults with severe autism. The Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine, 13 (7), 709-712.

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

Bugos, J.A., Perlstein, W.M., McCrae, C.S., Brophy, T.S., Bedenbaugh, P.H.  2007.  Individualized piano instruction enhances executive functioning and working  memory in older adults. Aging and Mental Health, 11 (4), 464-71.

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

Carr, C. et al.  (2012).  Group music therapy for patients with persistent post-traumatic stress disorder—An exploratory randomized controlled trial with mixed methods evaluation.  Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 85(2), 179-202.

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Ceccato, E., Caneva, P., Lamonaca, D. 2006.  Music therapy and cognitive rehabilitation in schizophrenic patients: A controlled study.  Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 15(2), 111-120.

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

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

Cook, M. et al.  (2010).  A randomized controlled trial exploring the effect of music on agitated behaviors and anxiety in older people with dementia.  Aging and Mental Health, 14(8), 905-916. 

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

Cuddy, L., Duffin, J.  2005.  Music, memory, and Alzheimer’s disease: is music recognition spared in dementia, and how can it be assessed? Medical Hypotheses, 64, 229-235.

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

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

 

Dellacherie D, Bigand E, Molin P, Baulac M, Samson S. 2011. Multidimensional scaling of emotional responses to music in patients with temporal lobe resection. Cortex. 47(9),1107-15.

Depape AMHall GBTillmann BTrainor LJ. 2012. Auditory processing in high-functioning adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. PLoS One. 7(9), e44084.

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

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

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

El Haj, M. et al.  (2012). Music enhances autobiographical memory in mild Alzheimer’s disease.  Education Gerontology, 38(1), 30-41. 

El Haj MFasotti LAllain P. 2012. The involuntary nature of music-evoked autobiographical memories in Alzheimer's disease. Conscious Cogn. 21(1),238-46.

 

Erkkilä J, Gold C, Fachner J, Ala-Ruona E, Punkanen M, Vanhala M.  (2008)The effect of improvisational music therapy on the treatment of depression: protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMC Psychiatry. 8,50.


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

 

Finnigan EStarr E. 2010. Increasing social responsiveness in a child with autism. A comparison of music and non-music interventions. Autism. 14(4),321-48.

 

Ford JHAddis DRGiovanello KS. 2011. Differential neural activity during search of specific and general autobiographical memories elicited by musical cues. Neuropsychologia. 49(9),2514-26.

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

Forsblom, A., Laitinen, S., Sarkamo, T. & Tervaniemi, M. 2009. Therapeutic role of music listening in stroke rehabilitation. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1169, 426-430.

 

Fujioka, T., Ross, B., Kakigi, R., Pantey C., Trainor, LJ.  2006.  One year of musical training affects development of auditory cortical-evoked fields in young children.  Brain, 129, 2593-608.

Fukui H, Arai A, Toyoshima K. 2012.  Efficacy of music therapy in treatment for the patients with Alzheimer’s disease.  International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. Epub before print: Sept 26 2012.

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

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

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

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

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

Goerlich KS, Witteman J, Aleman A, Martens S. 2011. Hearing feelings: affective categorization of music and speech in alexithymia, an ERP study. PLoS One. 6(5),e19501.

Graham, Janet.  2004.  Communication with the uncommunicative: Music therapy with pre-verbal adults.  British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 32(1), 24-29.

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

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

Guetin, S., Soua, B., Voiriot, G., Picot, M.C., & Herisson, C. 2009. The effect of music therapy on mood and anxiety-depression: an observational study in institutionalized patients with traumatic brain injury. Annals of Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine, 52, 30-40.

 

Hammar, L. et al.  (2011).  Communicating through caregiver singing during morning care situations in dementia care.  Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 25(1), 160-168. 

Han PKwan MChen DYusoff SZChionh HLGoh JYap P. 2011. A controlled naturalistic study on a weekly music therapy and activity program on disruptive and depressive behaviors in dementia. Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord. 30(6),540-6.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Irish, M., Cunningham, CJ., Walsh, JB., Coakley, D., Lawlor, BA., Robertson IH., Coen, RF. 2006. Investigating the enhancing effect of music on autobiographical memory in mild Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia & Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 22(1), 108-20.

 

Janata P. 2009. The neural architecture of music-evoked autobiographical memories. Cereb Cortex. 19(11),2579-94.

 

Janata, P., Tomic, S.T., & Rakowski, S.K. 2007. Characterization of music-evoked autobiographical memories. Memory, 15, 845-860.

 

Katagiri, J. 2009. The effect of background music and song texts on the emotional understanding of children with autism. Journal of Music Therapy, 46, 15-31.

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

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

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

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

Loui, P., Grent-‘t-Jong, T., Torpey, D., Woldorff, M. 2005. Effects of attention on the neural processing of harmonic syntax in Western Music. Cognitive Brain Research, 25 (3), 678-87.

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

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

Magee, WL. 2007.  Music as a diagnostic tool in low awareness states: Considering limbic responses.  Brain Injury, 21, 593-599.

Magee WL. 2005. Music therapy with patients in low awareness states: approaches to assessment and treatment in multidisciplinary care. Neuropsychol Rehabil. 15(3-4), 522-36.

Mammarella, N., Fairfield, B., Cornoldi C. 2007.  Does music enhance cognitive performance in healthy older adults? The Vivaldi Effect.  Aging Clinical and Experimental Research, October. [E-Publication]

Manly, T., Hawkins, K., Evans, J., Woldt, K., Robertson, IH. 2002.  Rehabilitation of executive function: facilitation of effective goal management on complex tasks using periodic auditory alerts.  Neuropsychologia, 40(3), 271-81.

 

Marques, C., Moreno, S., Luis Castro, S., Besson, M. 2007. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19(9), 1453-63.

 

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

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

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

 

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

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Moore, K.S., Peterson, D.A., O’Shea, G., McIntosh, G.C., & Thaut, M.H. 2008. The effectiveness of music as a mnemonic device on recognition memory for people with multiple sclerosis. Journal of Music Therapy, 45, 307-329.

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

Mottron, L., Peretz, I., & Menard, E. 2000. Local and global processing of music in high-functioning persons with autism: Beyond central coherence.
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Moussard, A. et al.  (2012).  Music as an aid to learn new verbal information in Alzheimer’s disease.  Music Perception, 29(5), 521-531. 

Narme, P., Tonini, A., Khatir, F., Schiaratura, L., Clément, S., Samson, S., (2012). Non-pharmacological treatment for Alzheimer's disease: comparison between musical and non-musical interventions. Gériatrie et Psychologie Neuropsychiatrie du Vieillissement. 10 (2), pp.215-224.

 

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

 

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

 

Nayak, S. et al.  (2000). Effect of music therapy on mood and social interaction among individuals with acute traumatic brain injury and stroke.  Rehabilitation Psychology, 45(3), 274-283. 

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

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

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

 

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Peterson, D.A. & Thaut, M.H. 2007. Music increases frontal EEG coherence during verbal learning. Neuroscience Letters, 412, 217-221.

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SPEECH AND LANGUAGE

Basic Research

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Clinical Research

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