Research

Research: The Listening Program®

1. A Pilot Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of The Listening Program® Training for Children who are Underachieving in a County Primary School (Master’s Dissertation)
Gwyneth Jeyes, M.Ed. Educational Psychology / Special Needs
Chuter Ede County Primary School, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom

2. Continuation of a Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of The Listening Program® Training for Children who are Underachieving in a County Primary School
Gwyneth Jeyes, M.Ed. Educational Psychology / Special Needs
Chuter Ede County Primary School, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom

3. A Study to Establish Whether the Use of The Listening Program® is Effective in Improving Auditory Skills for Children with Autism
Gwyneth Jeyes, M.Ed. Educational Psychology / Special Needs

4. A Case Study of a five-year-old Child with Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified Using Sound Based Interventions
Amy J Nwora, Occupational Therapy Dept, D’Youville College, New York, USA
Bryan M Gee, Dept of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Idaho State University, USA

5. Exploring Porges’ Theory of Social Engagement – Using a Music Stimulation Program for an 8 year old Boy with Autism
Dorothy Lockhart Lawrence

6. A Pilot Study to Investigate the Efficacy of The Listening Program® as an Intervention to Improve Auditory Processing in Dyslexic Children
Dorothy Lockhart Lawrence on behalf of Ann Davies

7. Results of Pilot Study Published in Journal Music and Medicine Reveal The Listening Program® Helps Children with Down Syndrome Improve Speech Skills

8. Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of The Listening Program® for Improvement of Auditory Skills and Speech for Children with Down Syndrome
Gwyneth Jeyes & Newton Caroline
Presented at The World Down Syndrome Congress, Dublin, Ireland (19-22 Aug 2009)

9. Identifying the Effectiveness of a Music-based Auditory Stimulation Method on Children with Sensory Integration and Auditory Processing Concerns: A Pilot Study
John Esteves, Sheri Stein-Blum, Jonathan Cohen & Allison Tischler

10. Pilot Study to Investigate the Efficacy of The Listening Program® in a Non-Traditional School Environment for Children with Auditory and Learning Deficits
Don Harris

11. Pilot Study to Investigate the Efficacy of Implementing The Listening Program® in a School with Children with Learning and Information Processing Deficits
Anne Clarke and Tracey Butler, Links to Learning
Karoonda Area School, South Australia

12. Pilot Study to Investigate the Efficacy of The Listening Program® with Children with Auditory Deficits on Academic IEP’s
Don Harris
Quincy School District, Washington, USA

13. Pilot Study to Investigate the Efficacy of The Listening Program® with Children with Auditory Deficits
Don Harris
Thorp School District, Washington, USA

14. Pilot Study to Investigate the Efficacy of The Listening Program® in the Management of Auditory and Verbal Processing Disorders
Dilys Treharne, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

15. Pilot Study to Investigate the Efficacy of The Listening Program as a Method to Improve Listening Function at a Local Private School in the Metropolitan Area of Denver
Ron B Minson, MD, Centre for Psychoacoustic Research
Local Private School, Denver, Colorado, USA

16. Examining the Effects of The Listening Programme® on Girls with Rett Syndrome
Helen Francis, Specialist Speech & Language Therapist
St Margaret’s School, The Children’s Trust, Tadworth, Surrey, United Kingdom

17. Auditory Hypersensitivity in Children with Lyme Disease
Jay R Lucker, Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, Howard University, USA

18. A Case-Control Study in the Effectiveness of Auditory Stimulation in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Bryan Gee, Kelly Thompson, Aaron Pierce, Megan Toupin, Jennifer Holst

19. Impact of Sound Intervention Training on Auditory Processing Abilities
Michele Austin, Olivia Co, Jamese McDonald, Brittani Hightower, Robyn Mandelbaum, Jay R. Lucker

20. A Pilot Investigation into the Effects of Listening to Modified Classical Music in Improving Toilet Training Outcomes for Children with Learning Difficulties
June Rogers, The Paediatric Continence Promotion Service, UK

Research: inTime

1. The National Association for Child Development’s (NACD) Preliminary Trial of the inTime Program
Lori Riggs, National Association for Child Development, United States

2. Preliminary Clinical Trial: Effectiveness of inTime
Alex Doman and Sheila Smith Allen

Research: BrainBuilder

1. BrainBuilder® Science References

Research: Sound Health®

1. The Relationship Between Background Music in the Classroom, Attitudes Toward Nursing Research and Academic Achievement
Marianne Flood, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Bloomfield College

2. Music in the Classroom – Benefits Of Music In The Academic Classroom by Dr. Maya Ruvinshteyn & Dr. Leonard Parrino and Music Helps Students Retain Math by Pam Orel

3. Classroom Survey – Sound Health®

Research: Sleep Genius

1. White Paper – The Listening Program SLEEP
Seth S. Horowitz

2. White Paper – Auditory-Vestibular Control of Sleep: Understanding Neurosensory Sleep Algorithms
Seth S. Horowitz

3. Understanding How Travel Affects Your Sleep: The TLP SLEEP Solution
Seth S. Horowitz

Research: TAVS

1. White Paper – The Test of Auditory and Visual Skills: Improving Opportunities for Screening Auditory and Visual Processing
Alan Heath

2. A Pilot Study to Investigate the Efficacy of Using the Test of Auditory and Visual Skills (TAVS) for Pre and Post Testing Measures
Alan Heath

3. Presentation of the Pilot Study at All Saints Schools
Alan Heath