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1. General Medical Music Therapy Reading
General Medical Music Therapy Bibliography

2. Asthma Bibliography
3. Cardiac Rehabilitation Bibliography
4. Inpatient Pediatrics Bibliography
5. Intensive Care Units Bibliography
6. Mechanical Ventilation Bibliography
7. NICU Bibliography
8. Pain Medicine & Palliative Care Bibliography
9. Pulmonary Rehabilitation Bibliography

General Music Therapy Reading

Abad, V. & Edwards, J. (2004). Strengthening families: A role for music therapy in contributing to family-centered care. Australian Journal of Music Therapy , 15, 3-16.

Aldridge, D. (2001). Music Therapy and Neurological Rehabilitation: Recognition and the Performed Body in an Ecological Niche [online]. Music Therapy Today, November 01 . Retrieved February 24, 2004, from http://www.musictherapyworld.info

Austin, D (2002). The Voice of Trauma: A Wounded Healer's Perspective. In Sutton, J. (Ed.). Music, Music Therapy and Trauma: International Perspectives. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Azoulay, R. (2005). Voice - A Window to the Psyche: Exploring a Method of Clinical Vocal Music Improvisation in a Short Term Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Setting. Masters Thesis, Hahnemahn Creative Arts in Therapy Program, Drexel University.

Belin P, et al.(1996). Recovery From Non-fluent Aphasia After Melodic Intonation Therapy: A PET Study. Neurology, 47, 1504-1511.

Bruscia, K., Hesser, B., & Boxill, E.H. (1981). Essential Competencies for the Practice of Music Therapy. Music Therapy, 1, 43-49.

Borczon, R. (1997). Music Therapy Group Vignettes. Gilsum , NH: Barcelona Publishers.

Boukydis, Z. (1985). Infant Crying: Theoretical and Research Perspectives. New York: Plenum press.

Darwin, C. (1877). A Biological Sketch of an Infant. New York: Appalachian.

Erkklia, J., Lartillot, O., Luci, G., Riikkila, K. and Toivianen, P. (2004). Automatic Improvisation Analysis Methods for Music Therapy. In Prause-Weber, M. (Ed). Musica-Res Severa Verum Gaudium: Proceedings of the ISME Commission Seminar on Music in Special Education, Music Therapy and Music Medicine, Vitoria/Spain 2004. pp. 70-88. Nedlands, Australia: International Society of Music Educators.

Feiner, S. (2001)A Journey through Internship Supervision: Roles, Dynamics, and Phases of the Supervisory Relationship, in Forinash, M. (Ed.)(2001). Music Therapy Supervision. Gilsum, NH: Barcelona Publishers.

Gfeller, K. (1987). Songwriting as a Tool for Language and Reading Remediation. Music Therapy,6(2), 28-38.

Kathleen Helfrich-Miller (1994). A Clinical Perspective: Melodic Intonation Therapy for Developmental Apraxia. Clinics in Communication Disorders, 4(3).

Jourdain, R. (2002). Music, the Brain, and Ecstasy. New York: Quill Press.

Kenny, C., Langenberg,, M. & Loewy (2005). Hermeneutic Inquiry. In B. Wheeler (Ed.), Music therapy research: Quantitative and qualitative perspectives (2nd ed.; pp. 236-245). Gilsum, NH : Barcelona Publishers, ISBN 1-891278-26-6.

Lichtensztejn, M. (2003). Music Centered Music Therapy for Adults Patients after Stroke. Masters Thesis, New York University.

Lichtensztejn, M. (2004). From Resistiveness to Co-activity - Experiencing the Joy of Being Together. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Certification in the Nordoff-Robbins Approach to Music Therapy - New York University - June 2004. Presented at the MAR Conference - American Music Therapy Association, in April 2005. Translated into Japanese by Kaoru Robbins and presented in Japan, in July 2005.

Loewy, Joanne (2004). Integrating Music, Language and the Voice in Music Therapy. Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy from http://www.voices.no/mainissues/mi40004000140.html

Loewy, J.V. & Stewart, K. (2004). Music therapy to help traumatized children and caregivers. In Boyd Webb (ed.), Mass trauma and violence: Helping families and children cope, pp. 191-215. New York: Guilford Publications, Inc.

Loewy, J ., (2000) . Music Psychotherapy Assessment. Music Therapy Perspectives:, 2000, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 4758.

Loewy, J. V. (1995). The Musical Stages of Speech: A Developmental Model of Pre-verbal Sound Making. Music Therapy, 13(1), 47-73.

Loewy, J. (1994). A Hermeneutic panel study of music therapy assessment with an emotionally disturbed boy. Dissertational Abstracts International, 55(09), 2631.

Loewy, J. V. (1985). Musical Sign in Autism: A Multi-Sensory Approach. Masters Thesis, New York University .

Ma, Y.C.M., Nagler, J., Lee, M.H.M. & Cabrer, I.N. (2001). Impact of Music Therapy on the Communication Skills of Toddlers with Pervasive Developmental Disorder. Annals- New York Academy of Sciences, Volume 930, 445-447.

Meyer, L. (1956). Emotion and Meaning in Music. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Miller, R., Thaut, M. McIntosh, G. & Rice, R. (1996). Components of EMG Symmetry and Variability in Patients with Parkinson's Disease. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, 62, 122-126.

Montello, L. (1990). The Use of Group Music Therapy as a Treatment for Musical Performance Stress. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, Vol. 5 (1).

Musical Training During Childhood May Influence Regional Brain Growth (2001). Science Daily, May 11, 2001. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2001/05/010510072912.htm

Nolan, P. (2006). What to Do Until the Music Therapist Arrives?: Developing Therapeutic Activities Using Music. Holistic Nursing Practice. 20(1):37-40.

Nolan, P. (2005) Verbal Processing within the Music Therapy Relationship. Music Therapy Perspectives: Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 1828.

Nolan, P. (1995) The Integration of mental health science concepts in the education of the music therapist. In Saperston,B.,  West, R. & Wigram,T. (Eds), The Art and Science of Music Therapy: A Handbook. Switzerland : Harwood Academic Publishers, pp 140-146.

Nordoff, P & Robbins, C (1977). Creative Music Therapy. New York: John Day Company.

Ostwald, P., Phibbs, R. & Fox, S. (1968). Diagnostic Use of Infant Cry. Biology of the Neonate, 13, 68-82.

Palmer, Caroline, & Kelly, Michael (1992). Linguistic Prosody and Musical Meter in Song. Journal of Memory and Language, 31, 525-541.

Pratt, R.R. & Spintge, R (1996), Music Medicine Vol 2. MMB Music: St Louis.

Prickett, C. & Moore, R. (1991). The Use of Music to Aid Memory of Alzheimer's Patients. Journal of Music Therapy, 27(2), 101-110.

Pribram, K. (1984). Proleomena for a Theory of Meaning in Music. In Clynes, Manford (Ed.). Brain Mechanisms in Music (pp. 21-35). Engelwood, NJ: Plenum press.

Prause-Weber, M. (2004). Musica-Res Severa Verum Gaudium: Proceedings of the ISME Commission Seminar on Music in Special Education, Music Therapy and Music Medicine, Vitoria/Spain 2004. Nedlands, Australia: International Society of Music Educators.

Ramsey, D.W. (2002). The Restoration of Communal Experiences During the Group Music Therapy Process with Non-fluent Aphasic Patients. New York University.

Rogers, A. & Fleming, P. (1981). Rhythm and Melody for Speech Therapy in the Neurologically Impaired. Music Therapy, 1(1), 33-39.

Rondina, E. (2000). The Use of Alternative Sounds in Music Therapy. Masters Thesis, Lesley University.

Sacks, O. (1995). An Anthropologist on Mars. New York: Alfred Knopf.

Scheiby, B.B, Stewart, K., Loewy, J.V., Scott-Moncrieff, S., Salmon, D., Silberman, J., Schneider, S., Bobo, A., & Beckford, B. (2005). The Role of Music in the End-of-Life Care for Caregivers of the Terminally Ill. In Cheryl Dileo & Joanne V. Loewy (Eds.), Music Therapy at the End of Life. Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Scheiby, B.B. (2005). "Dying Alive" - A transpersonal analytical music therapy approach for adult clients with chronic progressive neurological diseases. In Cheryl Dileo & Joanne V. Loewy (Eds.). Music Therapy at the End of Life. Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Scheiby, B.B. (2005). An intersubjective approach to music therapy: identification and management of musical countertransference in a music psychotherapeutic context. In Music Therapy Perspectives , Vol. 23, Silver Spring, MD: AMTA.

Scheiby, B.B., Tomaino, C., Ramsey, D., Wolff-Bear, O., Butler, L., McClelland, T. (2004). Innovative Music/Neurologic Approaches to Improve Quality and Effectiveness in Stroke and Dementia Care . Final narrative report to satisfy grant 90 AM 2618. Funded by the Administration on Aging US Department of Health & Human Services. (Period: August 1, 2002 - October 31, 2003)

Scheiby, B.B. & Scott-Moncrieff (2004). A family/caregivers music therapy group approach. In Cheryl Dileo & Joanne V. Loewy (Eds.), Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Scheiby, B.B. (2003). A music psychotherapeutic assessment model and its application to stroke rehabilitation. In: Best Practices in Stroke and Dementia Care - A Student Manual. Bronx, NY: Beth Abraham Health Services.

Scheiby, B.B. (2004). An intersubjective approach to music therapy: identification and management of musical countertransference in a music psychotherapeutic context. In Music Therapy Perspectives, Silver Spring, MD: AMTA. (CD is included in this article)

Scheiby, B.B. (2002). Caring for the caregivers: Trauma, improvised music and transformation of terror into meaning through community music therapy training. In Joanne V. Loewy & Andrea Frisch Hara (Eds.), Caring for the caregiver: The use of music and music therapy in grief and trauma. Silver Spring, MD: AMTA.

Scheiby, B.B. (1999). "Better trying than crying:" Analytical music therapy in a medical setting. In Cheryl Dileo (Ed.), Applications of Music in Medicine Vol. II: Theoretical and Clinical Perspectives. AMTA: Silver Spring, Maryland.

Scheiby, B.B. (1999). Music as symbolic expression: An introduction to analytical music therapy. In Daniel J. Wiener (Ed.), Beyond Talk Therapy: Using Movement and Expressive Techniques in Clinical Practice . APA Books: Washington, D.C.

Scheiby, B.B. (1998). Listen to the music of the unconscious: Using countertransference as a compass in Analytical Music Therapy. In Arthur Robbins (Ed.), Therapeutic presence: Bridging expression and form (pp.185-203). London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Scheiby, B.B. (1990). A brief history of music therapy in Denmark. Music Therapy International Report, 7.American Association for Music Therapy.

Scheiby, B.B. & Pedersen, I. N. (1983). Focus on music therapy. Modspil, 21. Vejle, Denmark: Kroghs Skolehandbog.

Schwartz, F. (1999). Music and Sound Affect on Perinatal Brain Development and the Premature Baby. In Loewy, J. (Ed.). Music Therapy in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (pp. 9-15). New York : Satchnote Press.

Sloboda, J. (1989). The Musical Mind: The Cognitive Psychology of Music. New York: Oxford University Press.

Sokolov, L. (2002). Embodied Voice Work: Voice through the Body to the Self (in press). Phoenixville, PA: Barcelona Publishers.

Soshensky, R, Music Therapy and Addiction, Music Therapy Perspectives (ISSN: 0734-6875); Volume 19, No. 1, pp. 45-52; 2001

Stansell, J W (2001). The Use of Music in Learning Languages: A Review [online]. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. http://www.mste.uiuc.edu/courses/ci407su02/students/stansell/Literature%20Review%201.htm

Summer, L. & Nolan, P. (2001). The Role of Music in the Music Therapy Process. Music Therapy Perspectives, 19, No. 1, 5-6.

Thaut, M & McIntosh, G (1999). Music Therapy and Mobility Training with the Elderly: A Review of Current Research. Care Management Journal, 1, 71-74.

Thaut, M., McIntosh, G & Rice, R (1997). Rhythmic Facilitation of Gait Training in Hemiparetic Stroke Rehabilitation. Journal of Neurological Sciences. 151, 207-212.

Tomaino, C.M. (2005) Music Therapy. In Devinsky, Schachter and Pacia (eds) Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Epilepsy. DEMOS: New York pp 293-301.

Tomaino, C. M. (1999). Active Music Therapy Approaches for Neurologically Impaired Patients. In Maranto (Ed.) Music Therapy and Medicine: Theoretical and Clinical Applications. 115-122. American Music Therapy Association, Inc.

Tomaino, C. M. (1993a., Spring). Music and music therapy for the frail non-institutionalized elderly. Journal of Long Term Home Health Care: The PRIDE Institute Journal, 13,(2) 24-27.

Wheeler, B. (Ed.) (2005). Music Therapy Research. Second edition. Gilsum NH : Barcelona Publishers.

General Medical Music Therapy Bibliography
Aldridge, D. (1993). The music of the body: Music therapy in medical settings. Advances. Vol 9(1) Win 1993, 17-35.

Aldridge, D. (1991). Physiological change, communication, and the playing of improvised music: Some proposals for research. Arts in Psychotherapy. Vol 18(1) Spr 1991, 59-64.

Bradway, D. An Integrative Approach of Music Therapy of Advanced Pranic Healing. Master's Thesis, New York University.

Dileo, C. & Loewy, J. (2005). Music Therapy at End of Life. Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Book. ISB 0977027805

Dileo, C. (ed.) (1999). Music therapy and medicine: Theoretical and clinical applications. Silver Spring, MD: The American Music Therapy Association, Inc.

Loewy, J. & Frisch-Hara, A. (2002). Caring for the caregiver: The use of music and music therapy in grief and trauma. Silver Spring, MD: American Music Therapy Association. ML3920.C3 2002

Loewy, J.V. (2000). Music therapy in the neonatal intensive care unit. New York: Mount Sinai Beth Israel by Satchnote.

Loewy, J.V. (ed.) (1997). Music therapy and pediatric pain. Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Loewy, J., Altilio T. & Dietrich, M. (2005). Preparing for the Passage in Music Therapy at End of Life, In Dileo C. & Loewy, J. (Eds) Music Therapy at End of Life. Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Book. ISB 0977027805

Loewy, J. & Stewart, A. (2005). Use of therapist-composed song in end of music therapy care. In Dileo, C. & Loewy, J.V. (Eds.) Music therapy at the end of life. Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Lorch, C., Lorch, V., Diefendorf, A., & Earl, P. (1994). Effect of stimulative and sedative music on systolic blood pressure, heart rate, and respiratory rate in premature infants. Journal of Music Therapy 31 (2), 105-118.

Ming, C.L. (2002). The Effects of Fetus-Directed Singing on At Risk Pregnant Women. Master's Thesis, Drexel University.

Schreck, B. (2006). Music Therapy in a Medical Setting. In Prause-Weber, M. (Ed). Musica res severa verum gaudium: Proceedings of the ISME Commission Seminar on Music in Special Education, Music Therapy and Music Medicine. Australia: UniPrint, The University of Western Australia.

Schreck, B. (2006). A Synergistic Approach For Music Therapy in Palliative Care: American Health Care Trends and the Promise of Care at the End of Life. Master's Thesis, New York University .

Standley, J. (1986). Music research in medical/dental treatment: Meta-analysis and clinical application. Journal of Music Therapy, 23 (2), 56-122

Standley, Jayne M. Medical music therapy: a model program for clinical practice, education, training, and research. Silver Spring, MD: American Music Therapy Association, 2005. Standley, J. M. & C. A. Prickett (Eds.) (1994). Research in music therapy: A tradition of excellence. Silver Spring, MD : National Association for Music Therapy.

Stewart, K. et al (2005). The role of music therapy in care for the caregivers of the terminally ill. In Dileo, C. & Loewy, J.V. (eds.), Music therapy at the end of life, pp. 239-250. Cherry Hill , NJ : Jeffrey Books.

Stewart, K. (2002). Models of caring for the caregiver. In Loewy, J.V. & Frisch Hara, A. (eds.), Caring for the caregiver: The use of music and music therapy in grief and trauma, pp. 9-22. Silver Spring, MD: American Music Therapy Association.

Taylor, D. B. (1997). Biomedical Foundations of Music as Therapy. St. Louis, MO: MMB

Asthma Bibliography
Fritz, G., McQuaid, E., Spirito, A., Klein, R. (199610. Symptom perception in pediatric asthma: Relationship to functional morbidity and psychological factors, Journal of American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Volume 35 (8), 1033-1041.

Holloway E., Ram FSF. Breathing exercises for asthma. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2006, Issue 2.

How music eases asthma. CBS NEWS Online. (2003, November 4). Retrieved July 20, 2005, from http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/11/04 earlyshow/living/main581686.shtml

Kellett C., Mullan J. (2002). Breathing control techniques in the management of asthma. Physiotherapy, 88(12), 751-8. (63 ref)

Lehrer, P.M., Hochron, S.M., Mayne, T., & Isenberg, S. (1994). Relaxation and music therapies for asthma among patients pre-stabilized on asthma medication. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 17(1), 1-24.

Mitchell, K.K., Nurdock, K.K. (2002). Self-competence and coping in urban children with asthma. Children's Health Care, 31(4), 273-293.

Panton, J., Barley, E.A. (2005). Family therapy for asthma in children. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (2).

Rosenberg , S. (1999). Asthma-a very treatable disease. Pediatric Pulmonary & Asthma Center [On-line]. Available: http:// www.erols.com/ppac/asth

Other Websites:

New York City Asthma Partnership (NYCAP)
1-212-676-2152
kcadag@health.nyc.gov

National Allergy and Asthma Network/Mothers of Asthmatics, Inc.
1-800-878-4403
The National Asthma Education and Prevention Program (NAEPP)
1-301-592-8573
nhlbiinfo@nhlbi.nih.fov

American Lung Association
1-800-LUNG-USA
www.lungusa.org

The Asthma Information Outreach Program
1-212-822-7323
coordinator@asthma-nyc.org

Cardiac Rehabilitation Bibliography
Mandel, S. E. (1996). Music for wellness: music therapy for stress management in a rehabilitation program. Music Therapy Perspectives, Vol 14(1), 38-43.

Metzger, L. K. (2004). Assessment of use of music by patients participating in cardiac rehabilitation. Journal of Music Therapy, Vol 41(1), 55-69.

MacNay, S. K. (1995). The influence of preferred music on the perceived exertion, mood, and time estimation scores of patients participating in a cardiac rehabilitation exercise program. Music Therapy Perspectives, 13(2), 91-96.

Knight, W. E. J., & Rickard, N. S. (2001). Relaxing music prevents stress-induced increases in subjective anxiety, systolic blood pressure, and heart rate in healthy males and females. Journal of Music Therapy, 38(4), 254-273.

Holland, Pixie (1995). The role of music therapy in the effective use of stress. In Wigram, T., Saperston, B., & West, R (Eds.). The art and science of music therapy: A handbook . (pp. 406-432). Langhorne, PA, England: Harwood Academic Publishers/Gordon.

White, J. M. (1992). Music therapy: An intervention to reduce anxiety in the myocardial infarction patient. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 6(2), 58-63.

Inpatient Pediatrics Bibliography
Bradt, J. (2002) The effects of music entrainment on postoperative pain perception in pediatric patients. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering. Vol 62(11-B), pp. 5073.

Dileo, C. (ed.) (1999). Music therapy and medicine: Theoretical and clinical applications. Silver Spring, MD: The American Music Therapy Association, Inc.

Edwards, J. (2005). A Reflection on the Music Therapist's Role in Developing a Program in a Children's Hospital. Music Therapy Perspectives, Vol 23(1) 2005, 36-44.

Edwards, J. (2005). Developing music therapy approaches to pain management in hospitalized children. In Dileo, C. and Loewy, J. (Eds.). Music therapy at the End of Life. Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Edwards, J. (1998). Music therapy for children with severe burn injury. Music Therapy Perspectives, 16, 20-25.

Loewy, J.V. (ed.) (1997). Music therapy and pediatric pain. Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Loewy, J.V. & Stewart, K. (2004). Music therapy to help traumatized children. In Boyd-Webb (ed.), Mass trauma and violence: Helping families and children cope (pp. 191-215). New York: The Guilford Press.

Loewy, J.(1999). Music Psychotherapy Assessment in Pediatric Pain. In Dileo,C. (Ed.), Applications of Music in Medicine Vol. II: Theoretical and Clinical Perspectives. Silver Spring, Maryland: AMTA.

Matsui, T. (2001). Music Therapy in Pediatrics. Japan Medical Association Journal, Volume 44, No. 5, 241-244.

Richards, K. (1997). The Voice of Pain: The Use of Voice in Music Therapy with Hospitalized Children Undergoing Intrusive Medical Procedures . Master's Thesis, New York University.

Yeroham, N. (1998). The Use of Music and Music Therapy in Pediatric Pain Relief, Relaxation and Sedation, Master's Thesis, New York University.

Intensive Care Units Bibliography
Dileo, C. (ed.) (1999). Music therapy and medicine: Theoretical and clinical applications. Silver Spring, MD: The American Music Therapy Association, Inc.

Dileo, C. & Loewy, J.V. (ed.s) (2005). Music therapy at the end of life. Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Mechanical Ventilation Bibliography
Chlan L. (1998). Effectiveness of a music therapy intervention on relaxation and anxiety for patients receiving ventilatory assistance. Heart Lung 1998;27(3):16976.

Lindgren, V.A. & Ames , N.J. (2005).Caring for Patients on Mechanical Ventilation: What research indicates is best practice. American Journal of Nursing, Volume 105(5), May 2005, pp 50-60

White JM. (2000). State of the science of music interventions: critical care and perioperative practice. Crit Care Nurs Clin North Am 2000;12(2): 21925.

NICU Bibliography
Charpie, M. (2002). A Magical Play of Love: Music Therapy as a Bridge between Mother and Baby in the NICU. Master's thesis, New York University.

Kaminski, J., & Hall, W. (1996). The effect of soothing music on neonatal behavior states in the hospital newborn nursery. Neonatal Network, 15:1, 45-54.

Loewy J. (2004) A Clinical Model of Music Therapy in the NICU, in Nöcker-Ribaupierre, M. (Ed.). (2004). Music therapy for premature and newborn infants (S. Weber, Trans.). Gilsum NH: Barcelona. U ISBN 1-891278-20-7.

Loewy, J.V. (2000). Music therapy in the neonatal intensive care unit. New York: Mount Sinai Beth Israel by Satchnote.

Standley, J.M., & Moore, R.S. (1995). Therapeutic effects of music and mother's voice on premature infants. Pediatric Nursing, 21:6, 509-512, 574.

Stewart, K. (2001). A transpersonal approach to music therapy in the neonatal intensive care unit. Masters Thesis, New York University.

Stewart, K., & Schneider, S. (2000). The effects of music therapy on the sound environment in the NICU: A pilot study. In Loewy (ed.), Music therapy in the neonatal intensive care unit. New York: Satchnote Press.

Pain Medicine & Palliative Care Bibliography
Aldridge, D. (ed.) (1999). Music therapy in palliative care. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Dileo, C. (ed.) (1999). Music therapy and medicine: Theoretical and clinical applications. Silver Spring, MD: The American Music Therapy Association, Inc.

Dileo, C. & Loewy, J.V. (ed.s) (2005). Music therapy at the end of life. Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Loewy, J. (1997). Music Therapy and Pediatric Pain. Cherry Hill, NJ:  Jeffrey Books.

*Loewy, J. Hallan, C., Friedman, E. & Martinez, C. Sleep/Sedation in Children Undergoing EEG Testing:  A Comparison of Chloral Hydrate and Music Therapy. Journal of Perianesthesia Nursing 20 (5), 323-31. This article was selected by the Journal's review panel for the association's 2005 Mary Hanna Memorial Journalism Award. All articles considered for this Award were published during the 2005 volume year.  A panel of perianesthesia nurses and a second panel of independent reviewers from other specialties considered each published article. Selection criteria included journalistic style, originality, clarity of expression, relevance of content to the specialty, and overall contribution to the collection of published nursing knowledge.

MacDonald, R., Mitchell, L., Dillon, T., Serpell, M., Davies, J., & Ashley, E. (2003). An empirical investigation of the anxiolytic and pain reducing effects of music. Psychology of Music, Vol 31(2), 187-203.

Magill, L. (2001). The use of music therapy to address the suffering in advanced cancer pain. Journal of Palliative Care, Vol 17(3), 167-172.

Schwoebel, J., Coslett, H. B., Bradt, J., Friedman, R. & Dileo, C. (2002). Pain and the body schema: Effects of pain severity on mental representations of movement. Neurology, Vol 59 (5), 775-777.

Voss, J A., Good, M., Yates, B., Baun, M., Thompson, A. & Hertzog, M. (2004). Sedative music reduces anxiety and pain during chair rest after open-heart surgery. Pain , Vol 112(1-2), 197-203.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation Bibliography
Engen, R.L., (2005). The singer's breath: implications for treatment of persons with emphysema. Journal of Music Therapy, XLII(1), 20-48.

Griggs-Drane, E. (1999). The use of musical wind instruments in the treatment of chronic pulmonary diseases. In C. Dileo (Ed.) Music Therapy & Medicing: Theoretical and Clinical Application s (pp. 129-138). Silverspring, MD: The American Music Therapy Association.

Mandel, S. E. (1996). Music for wellness: music therapy for stress management in a rehabilitation program. Music Therapy Perspectives. Vol 14(1 ), 38-43.

Pfister T., Berrol C. and Caplan C. (1998). Effects of music on exercise and perceived symptoms in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Vol. 18, 228-232.

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