Arts-Related Research Articles

Anderson, S.A. & Fuller, G.B. (2010).  Effects of music on reading comprehension of
      junior high school students.  School Psychology Quarterly, v. 25, n. 3, 178-187.

Bloor, A.J. (2009).  The rhythm’s gonna get ya’—background music in primary
      classrooms and its effect on behavior and attainment.  Emotional & Behavioral Difficulties, v. 14, n. 4, 261-274.

Catterall, J. (2009).  Doing well and doing good by doing art:  A 12-year longitudinal
      study of arts education—effects on the achievements and values of Young Adults.  Los Angeles, CA: l-Group Books.

Catterall, J. (2007).  Learning in the visual arts and the worldviews of young children: 
      Lessons from the skid row.  Cambridge Journal of Education.

Catterall, J. (2006).  Enhancing peer conflict resolution skills through drama:  an
      experimental study.  Research in Drama Education. 

Catterall, J. (2005).  The arts and education:  New opportunities for research. 
      Washington, DC:  The Arts Education Partnership and the American Educational Research Association.

Colwell, C.M. & Murless, K.D. (2002).  Music activities (singing vs. chanting) as a vehicle
      for reading accuracy of children with learning disabilities:  A pilot study.
      Music Therapy Perspectives, v. 20, n. 1, 13-19.

Etaugh, C. & Michals, D. (1975).  Effects on reading comprehension of preferred music
      and frequency of studying to music.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, v. 41, n. 2, 553-554.

Forgeard, M.; Schlaug, G.; Norton, A.; Rosam, C.; Lyengar, U.; & Winner, E. (2008).  The
      relation between music and phonological processing in normal-reading children and children with dyslexia. 
      Music Perception, v. 25, n. 4, 383-390.

Freeburne, C.M. & Fleischer, M.S. (1952).  The effect of music distraction upon reading
      rate and comprehension.  Journal of Educational Psychology, v. 43, n. 2, 101-109.

Hall, J.C. (1952).  The effect of background music on the reading comprehension of 278
      8th and 9th grade students.  Journal of Educational Research, 45, 451-458.

Hallam, S.; Price, J.; & Katsarou, G. (Jun, 2002).  The effects of background music on
      primary school pupils’ task performance.  Educational Studies, v. 28, n. 2, 111-122.

Henderson, M.T.; Crews, A.; & Barlow, J. (1945).  A study of the effect of music
      distraction on reading efficiency.  Journal of Applied Psychology, v. 29, n. 4, 313-317.

Hilliard, O.M. & Tolin, P. (1979).  Effect of familiarity with background music on
      performance of simple and difficult reading comprehension tasks.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, v. 49, n. 3, 713-714.

Kaper, W.B. & Coleman, G. (1982).  Effects of music on motor performance by learning
      disabled children in elementary school.  International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, v. 5, n. 1, 74-75.

Kawamura, M.; Midroikawa, A.; &  Kezuka, M. (2000).  Cerebral localization of the center
      for reading and writing music.  NeuroReport:  For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, v. 11, n. 14,

Keehn, S. (2003).  The effect of instruction and practice through Readers Theatre on
      young readers’ oral reading fluency.  Reading Research and Instruction, v. 42, n. 4, 40-61.

Kvet, E.J. (1985).  Excusing elementary school students from regular classroom
      activities for the study of instrumental music:  The effect on sixth-grade reading, language,
      and mathematics achievement. 
      Journal of Research in Music Education, v. 33, n. 1, 45-54.

Lamb, S.J. & Gregory, A.H. (1993).  The relationship between music and reading in
      beginning readers.  Educational Psychology, v. 13, n. 1, 19-27.

McLaughlin, T.F.; Helm, J.L. (1993).  Use of contingent music to increase academic
      performance of middle-school students.  Psychological Reports, v. 72, n. 2, 658.

Patel, A.D. (2008).  Music, language, and the brain.  NY:  Oxford University Press.            

Patel, A.D. (2003).  Rhythm in language and music:  Parallels and differences.  Annals of
      the NY Academy of Sciences, 999:140-143.

Register, D. (2004).  The effects of live music groups versus an educational children’s
      television program on the emergent literacy of young children.  Journal of Music Therapy, v. 41, n. 1, 2-27.

Register, D. (2001).  The effects of an early intervention music curriculum on
      prereading/writing.  Journal of Music Therapy, v. 38, n. 3, 239-248.

Register, D.; Darrow, A.; Standley, J.; & Swedberg, O. (2007).  The use of music to
      enhance reading skills in second grade students and students with reading disabilities. 
      Journal of Music Therapy, v. 44, n. 1, 23-37.

Savan, A. (1999).  The effect of background music on learning.  Psychology of Music, v.
      27, n. 2, 138-146.

Southgate, D.E. & Roscigno, V.J.  (2009).  The impact of music on childhood and
      adolescent achievement.  Social Science Quarterly, v. 90, n. 1, 4-21.

Stweart, L.; Walsh, V.; & Frith, U. (2004).  Reading music modifies spatial mapping in
      pianists.  Perception & Pschyophysics, v. 66, n. 2, 183-195.

Tucker, A. & Bushman, B.J. (1991).  Effects of rock and roll music on mathematical,
      verbal, and reading comprehension performance.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, v. 72, n. 3, 942.

Wheeler, L.R. & Wheeler, V.D. (1952).  The relationship between music reading and
      language reading abilities.  Journal of Educational Research, v. 45, 439-450.