Research

>Effects of Neurodevelopmental Stimulation on Premature Infants in Neonatal Intensive Care: Randomized Control Trial. -Walworth, D. (2012). Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 18(6), pp. 210-216.

>A Pacifier-Activated Music Player with Mother’s Voice Improves Oral Feeding in Preterm Infants. -Chorna, O.D. & Slaughter, J.C. (2014). Pediatrics, 133(3), pp. 462-468

>Music Therapy Research in the NICU: An Updated Meta-Analysis.  Standley, J. (2012). Neonatal Network, 31(5), 311-316.

>Auditory Brain Development in Premature Infants: The Importance of Early Experience.  McMahon, E. (2012). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1252, 17-24.

>The Effect of Music Reinforcement for Non-Nutritive Sucking on Nipple Feeding of Premature Infants.  Standley, J. (2010). Pediatric Nursing, 36(3), 138-145.

>The Effect of Decibel Level of Music Stimuli and Gender on Head Circumference and Physiological Responses of Premature Infants in the NICU. Cassidy, J. (2009). Journal of Music Therapy, 46(3), 180-190.

>The Effects of Mothers’ Singing on Full Term and Preterm Infants and Maternal Emotional Responses. Cevasco, A. (2008). Journal of Music Therapy, 46(3), 273-306.

>Does a Mother Singing to Her Premature Baby Affect Feeding in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit? Blumenfeld, H., Eisenfeld, L. (2006). Clinical Pediatrics, 45(1), 65-70.

>The Effect of the Pacifier Activated Lullaby on Weight Gain of Premature Infants. Cevasco, A., Grant, R. (2005). Journal of Music Therapy, 42(3), 123-139.

>Maturation of Fetal Responses to Music. Kisilievsky, B. (2004).  Developmental Science, 7(5), 550-559.

>The Effect of Parent Training in Music and Multimodal Stimulation on Parent-Neonate Interactions in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.   Whipple, J. (2000). Journal of Music Therapy, 37(4), 250-268.

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