Ricerche e bibliografia

Ricerche su difficoltà dell’apprendimento e deficit di attenzione:

– (1980) Gillis, J.S., Sidlauskas, A.E., “The influence of differential auditory feedback upon the reading of dyslexic children”, Neuropsychologia 16, 483-489

 – (1980) Roy, J., Cognitive control functioning and spontaneous speech: Intensive case studies of Audio-Psycho-Phonological remedial training with five dyslexic boys. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Ottawa

– (1982) Rourke, B.P. & Russel, D.L. (1982), The Tomatis Method applied to older learning disabled children: An evaluation. Paper presented at the Opening Communication Conference, Toronto, November

– (1982) Wilson, Iavociello, Metlay, Risucci, Rosati & Palmaccio “The Tomatis Project / Final Report”, Department of neurology North Shore University Hospital and Hofstra University, Department of psychology. Paper presented at the Opening Communication Conference, Toronto, Ontario

– (1982) Gilmor, T.M., A pre-test and post-test survey of children and adolescents’ performance before and after completing the Tomatis Program. Research Report, MDS Inc., Toronto, Ontario.

– (1984) Gilmor, T.M., A pre-test and post-test survey of children and adolescents’ performance before and after completing the Tomatis Program. Final Report, MDS Inc., Toronto, Ontario.

– (1985) Mould, P., An evaluation of dyslexic boy’s response to the Tomatis Listening Training Programme: Interim Report. Brickwall House, Northiam, East Sussex, England

– (1986) Kershner, J., Cummings, R., Clarke, K., Hadfield, A., & Kershner, B., Evaluation of the Tomatis Listening Training Program with learning disabled children. Canadian Journal of Special Education, 2, 1 – 32

– (1986) Kershner, J., Cummings R., Clarke, K., Hadfield, A. & Kershner, B., Two year evaluation of the Tomatis Listening Program with learning disabled children. Learning Disability Quarterly, 13, 43 – 53.

– (1994) Gilmor, T.M., Mould, P., “An evaluation of dyslexic boy’s response to the Tomatis Listening Training Programme: Final Report”, Brickwall House, Northiam, East Sussex, England, (summarized in Gilmor)

– (1995) Spaggiari, G., Luppi, L.G., Spaggiari, P., “Validità del metodo Tomatis su oltre 400 casi clinici di pazienti con problemi psicologici e psichiatrici” presented at the October 1995 International Tomatis Congress in Neuchatel, Switzerland

– (1999) Gilmor, T.M., The Efficacy of the Tomatis method for Children with Learning and Communication Disorders, International Journal of Listening, 13, 12

– (2004) Nicoloff, F., “Case studies of children with Dyspraxia following intervention with Tomatis method program”, International Journal of Tomatis Method Research, Vol. 1 (1), 21-27

– (2005) Davis, D., “A review of various abilities improved after the basic Tomatis method program fro Autistic, Williams Syndrome and AD/HD clients”, presentation at Educational Audiology Association Summer Conference

– (2007) Ross-Swain, D. “The effects of the Tomatis method of Auditory Stimulation on Auditory processing Disorder: A summary of findings”, International Journal of Listening 21, 140-155

Ricerche sull’autismo:

–  (2001) Roy, J., The Tomatis method with several autistic boys: individual case studies of behavioural changes, South African Journal of Psychology, n. 31, 1, 2001

– (2004) Tatum, J.M., Oelfke, J.K., McCauley, P., “Tomatis-Assisted Speech Therapy”, International Journal of Tomatis Method Research, Vol. 1 (1), 28

– (2007) Corbett, B., Shickman, K., Ferrer, E., “The effects of Tomatis Sound Therapy on language, cognition and behavior in children with autism”, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities 38 (3), 562-566

– (2007) Vervoort, J., De Voigt, MJ.A., Van Den Bergh W., “The improvement of Severe Psychomotor and Neurological Dysfunction treated with Tomatis Audio-Psycho-Phonology Method measured with EEG Brain Map and Auditory Evoked Potentials”, Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol. 11 (4) 37-49

Ricerche sulla voce e altri studi:

– (1985) Weiss, W., “Long-Term average spectra of continuous speech before and after Tomatis audio-vocal training”, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 78 (S1), 507-523

– (2010) Stillitano, C., “Tomatis Effect: from ear to voice and colour“, http://www.mozart-brain-lab.com/earvoicecolour-en.html

– (2012) Stillitano, C., “Listening and voice”, Philpapers

– (2015) Stillitano, C., “Applicazioni dell’Audio-Psico-Fonologia secondo Tomatis in ambito ORL”, Argomenti di Otorinolaringoiatria Moderna, Anno 15, n. 28, Gennaio – Giugno 2015

 – (2014) Stillitano, C., Fioretti, A., Cantagallo, M., Eibenstein, A., “The effects of the Tomatis method on tinnitus”, International Journal of research in Medical and health sciences, June 2014, Vol. 4 (2)

– (2016) Stillitano C., Rosati N., Cisternino S., Fioretti A., Iaconelli S., Eibenstein A., “The effects of the Tomatis Method on the artistic voice”, International Journal of Listening, July 2016

 Dott.ssa Carmela Stillitano