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Further reading, articles and research

Reflex integration

Retained primitive reflexes in children, clinical implications and targeted home-based interventions

Miyuru Chandradasa 1Layani Rathnayake 2

Measuring Primitive Reflexes in Children with Learning Disorders Dr. Sulltane Bilbilaj Dr. Aranit Gjipali Dr. Fatlinda Shkurti

Jana Konicarova,1 Petr Bob2,

Effects of replicating primary-reflex movements on specific reading difficulties in children: a randomised, double-blind, controlled trial

M McPhillips, BSc Prof PG Hepper, PhDG Mulhern, PhD

Persistence of primitive reflexes and associated motor problems in healthy preschool children

Ewa Z. Gieysztor,1 Anna M. Choińska,2 and Małgorzata Paprocka-Borowicz1

The Correlation between Primitive Reflexes and Saccadic Eye Movements in 5th Grade Children with Teacher-Reported Reading Problems Sergio Ramírez González, MS,1 Kenneth J Ciuffreda, OD, PhD, FAAO, FCOVD-A,2 Luís Castillo Hernández, PhD,1 Jaime Bernal Escalante, MS1

Effect of Specific Reflex Integration Approach on Primitive Reflexes in Spastic Cerebral Palsy Children Sailee C Wagh1 , Mandar R Malawade2 , Govindhan Vardharajulu3


The grasp and other primitive reflexes J M Schott, M N Rossor 

The Grasp Reflex and Moro Reflex in Infants: Hierarchy of Primitive Reflex Responses Yasuyuki Futagi, Yasuhisa Toribe, and Yasuhiro Suzuki

12-2016 Reflex Based Inter Reflex Based Interventions F entions For Childr or Children with A en with Autism and utism and Developmental Disabilities: An E elopmental Disabilities: An Evidence-Based Pr vidence-Based Practice Pr actice Project Hannah Barrett St. Catherine University Audrey Benson St. Catherine University Alexandra Boucher St. Catherine University Sophia Grace Burch St. Catherine University Amanda J. Cash St. Catherine University

Persisting primitive reflexes in medication-naïve girls with attention-deficit and hyperactivity disorder

Jana Konicarova,1 Petr Bob,1,2 and Jiri Raboch1

Asymmetric tonic neck reflex and symptoms of attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder in children

Jana Konicarova 1Petr Bob

Eshkol–Wachman movement notation in diagnosis: The early detection of Asperger's syndrome

Osnat Teitelbaum,*† Tom Benton,‡ Prithvi K. Shah,§ Andrea Prince,* Joseph L. Kelly,* and Philip Teitelbaum*

Persistent primary reflexes affect motor acts: Potential implications for autism spectrum disorder

Alice Chinelloa Valentina Di Gangib Eloisa Valenzab

Retention of primitive reflexes and delayed motor development in very low birth weight infants

P J MarquisN A RuizM S LundyR G Dillard


Mozart's music in children with drug-refractory epileptic encephalopathies

Giangennaro Coppola 1Annacarmela Toro 2Francesca Felicia Operto 2Giuseppe Ferrarioli 2Simone Pisano 2Andrea Viggiano 2Alberto Verrotti 3

Case Study 18 Year old client diagnosed with Aspergers, OCD and anxiety using the Tomatis® Method

February 2016 Various Authors ArticleCase StudyIn progress Tags: aspergercase studiesCharlotte DaviesDaleen Smith

Case Studies 6 Children From 5 Years To 7 Years Using The Tomatis® Method To Develop Learning And Academic Skills

April 2016 Gisela van Velze Case StudyClinical Research Tags: childrenGisela van VelzeInternational Tomatis® Convention 2016learning and academic skills

Attention and Tomatis® Method for success: Results of the project made in Poland from 2010 to 2013

October 2014 Joanna Ratyńska Case StudyClinical ResearchScientific Research Tags: attention deficitGdansk UniversityJoanna RatyńskaRoman Konarski


The Effectiveness of Using Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Systematic Review

Lisa S Panisch 1Audrey Hang Hai 1


The Effects of EEG Neurofeedback and Neuro-Cognitive Processing in the Educational Environment of an Arts-Based Private Elementary/Middle School Lise’ DeAndre’ DeLong

Improving Emotional Regulation using NeurOptimal Training for ASD Youth Douglas R. West MA, DVATI, RCC Director, Parent Driven Autism Services SOS CHILDREN’S VILLAGE BC

THE STUDY THAT WASN’T Drs Janet McCulloch & Linda Beckett Kingston Institute of Psychotherapy and Neurofeedback

A Case Study For Using NeurOptimal® With Aphasia By Jules Ford OptiMind Neurofeedback Burbank, CA

A Controlled Study of NeurOptimal™ Neurofeedback in Tinnitus Patients Preliminary Results Presented by Francesco Lanz

The Effects of Neurofeedback Training on College Students’ Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms

Shaywanna Harris Glenn W. Lambie&Gulnora Hundley

Neurofeedback as a form of cognitive rehabilitation therapy following stroke: A systematic review

Tian Renton ,Alana Tibbles,Jane Topolovec-Vranic

A Systematic Review of the Safety and Effect of Neurofeedback on Fatigue and Cognition

Marian Luctkar-Flude, RN, MScN and Dianne Groll, RN, PhD

Global qEEG Changes Associated With Non-frequency & Non-site Specific Neurofeedback Training Edward B. O'Malley, PhD, D,ABSM

Brain-Mind Operational Architectonics Imaging: Technical and Methodological Aspects Andrew A. Fingelkurts*, Alexander A. Fingelkurts

Observations of Change in One Family Andrea M. Schara

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