Publications

 

For ease of browsing, our publications have been grouped by population, topic and/or project. Please note, some publications are listed under multiple categories.

Dementia

  • HOMESIDE

    Baker, F. A., Bloska, J., Braat, S., Bukowska, A., Clark, I., Hsu, M. H., Kvamme, T., Lautenschalger, N., Lee, Y. C.,Smrokowaska-Reichmann, A., Sousa, T. V., Stansaeth, K. A., Tamplin, J., Wosch, T. & Odell-Miller, H. (2019). HOMESIDE: home-based family caregiver-delivered music and reading interventions for people living with dementia: protocol of a randomised controlled trial. BMJ open, 9(11). https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2019-031332

    Visit the HOMESIDE website to find out more.

  • MIDDEL

    Baker, F.A., Tamplin, J., Clark, I., Lee, Y.C., Geretsegger, M. & Gold, C. (2019). Treatment fidelity in a music therapy multi-site cluster randomized control trial for people living with dementia: The MIDDEL project intervention fidelity protocol. Journal of Music Therapy. https://doi.org/10.1093/jmt/thy023

    Gold, C., Eickholt, J., Assmus, J., Stige, B. Wake, J.D., Baker, F.A., Tamplin, J., Clark, I., Lee, Y.C., Jacobsen, S.L., Ridder, H.M.O., Kreutz, G., Muthesius, D., Wosch, T., Ceccato, E., Raglio, A., Ruggeri, M., Vink, A. Zuidema, S., Odell-Miller, H., Orrell, M., Schneider, J., Kubiak, C., Romeo, R. & Geretsegger, M. (2019). Music Interventions for Dementia and Depression in ELderly care (MIDDEL): Protocol and statistical analysis plan for a multinational cluster-randomised trial. BMJ Open. doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023436

    Find out more about MIDDEL.

  • Remini-Sing

    Tamplin, J., Clark, I. N., Lee, Y. C. & Baker, F. A. (2018). Remini-Sing: A feasibility study of therapeutic group singing to support relationship quality and wellbeing for community-dwelling people living with dementia and their family caregivers. Frontiers in Medicine, 5. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmed.2018.00245

    Clark, I. N., Tamplin, J. & Baker, F. A. (2018). Community-dwelling people living with dementia and their family caregivers experience enhanced relationships and feelings of wellbeing following therapeutic group singing: A qualitative thematic analysis. Frontiers in Psychology, 9. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01332

    Find out more about Remini-Sing.

  • Therapeutic Group Songwriting in Dementia

    Clark, I.N., Stretton-Smith, P.A., Baker, F.A., Lee, Y-E. C., and Tamplin, J. (2020). “It’s feasible to write a song”: A feasibility study examining group therapeutic songwriting for people living with dementia and their family caregivers. Frontiers in Psychology, 11:1951. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.01951

    Baker, F. A., Stretton-Smith, P., Clark, I. N., Tamplin, J. & Lee, Y. C. (2018). A group therapeutic songwriting intervention for family caregivers of people living with dementia: A feasibility study with thematic analysis. Frontiers in Medicine: Geriatric Medicine, 5. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmed.2018.00151

    Baker, F. A. & Stretton-Smith, P. (2018). Group therapeutic songwriting and dementia: Exploring the perspectives of participants through interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Music Therapy Perspectives. first published online June 2017, 36(1), 50-66. https://doi.org/10.1093/mtp/mix016

    Baker, F. A. (2017). A theoretical framework and group therapeutic songwriting protocol designed to address burden of care, coping, identity, and wellbeing in caregivers of people living with dementia. Australian Journal of Music Therapy, 28, 16-33, Retrieved from https://www.austmta.org.au/journal/article/theoretical-framework-and-group-therapeutic-songwriting-protocol-designed-address-0

    Baker, F. A., & Yeates, S. (2017). Carers experiences of group therapeutic songwriting: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. British Journal of Music Therapy. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359457517728914

  • Other Dementia Research

    Sikkes, S.A.M., Bahar-Fuchs, A. …Tamplin, J, Thompson, Z..…. (2020). Non-pharmacological treatments in aging and dementia. Alzheimer’s & Dementia.

    Baird, A., Garrido, S. & Tamplin, J. (2019). Music and Dementia: From Cognition to Therapy. Oxford University Press, London: UK.

    Tamplin, J. & Clark, I. N. (2019) Therapeutic music interventions to support people with dementia living at home with their family caregivers. In Baird, A., Garrido, S. & Tamplin, J. (Eds.) Music and Dementia: From Cognition to Therapy. Oxford University Press, London: UK.

    Gomaa, Y.S., Slade, S.S., Tamplin, J., Wittwer, J. E., Gray, R., Blackberry, I., & Morris, M.E. (2019). Therapeutic Dancing for People with Dementia in Residential Aged Care: A Thematic Analysis of Barriers and Facilitators to Implementation. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development. https://doi.org/10.1177/0091415019854775

    McDermott, O., Ridder, H.M.O., Stige, B., Ray, K., Wosch, T., Baker F. A. (2018). Indirect music therapy practice and skill-sharing for dementia care. Journal of Music Therapy. https://doi.org/10.1093/jmt/thy012

    Baker, F., Grocke, D., & Pachana N. (2012). Connecting through music: A study of a spousal carer-directed music intervention designed to prolong fulfilling relationships in couples where one person has dementia. Australian Journal of Music Therapy, 23, 4-19. Retrieved from https://www.austmta.org.au/journal/article/connecting-through-music-study-spousal-caregiver-directed-music-intervention

    Chatterton, W., Baker, F., & Morgan, K. (2010). The singer or the singing? A systematic literature review of the effectiveness of different individuals singing to persons with dementia. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementias, 25, 8, 641-649. https://doi.org/10.1177/1533317510385807 

    Ledger, A. & Baker, F. (2007). An investigation of long-term effects of group music therapy on agitation levels of people with Alzheimer’s Disease. Aging & Mental Health, 11, 3, 330-338. https://doi.org/10.1080/13607860600963406

    Ledger, A., & Baker, F. (2005). Longitudinal research in music therapy: Weighing up the advantages and disadvantages when working with patients who have dementia. Australian Journal of Music Therapy, 16, 88-103. Retrieved from https://www.austmta.org.au/journal/article/longitudinal-research-designs-music-therapy-recommendations-study-people-dementia

Acquired Brain Injury

  • Speech and Language Rehabilitation

    Tamplin, J. & Baker, F. A. (2017). Therapeutic singing protocols for addressing acquired and degenerative speech disorders in adults. Music Therapy Perspectives, 35(2), 113-123. https://doi.org/10.1093/mtp/mix006

    Baker F (2011). Climax and cadence in the uninflected voice: Reclaiming emotional expression in the dysprosodic voice of people with traumatic brain injury. In F. Baker & S. Uhlig (Eds). Voicework in Music Therapy: Research & Practice. (pp.172-190). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 

    Baker, F. (2011). Facilitating neurological reorganization through music therapy: A case example of modified melodic intonation therapy in the treatment of a person with aphasia. In A. Meadows (Ed). Developments in Music Therapy Practice: Case Perspectives. (pp.281-297). Phoenixville: Barcelona Publishers.

    Baker, F. & Tamplin, J. (2011). Coordinating respiration, vocalization, and articulation: Rehabilitating apraxic and dysarthric voices of people with neurological damage. In F. Baker & S. Uhlig (Eds). Voicework in Music Therapy: Research and Practice. (pp. 189-205). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

    Tamplin J. (2008). A pilot study into the effect of vocal exercises and singing on dysarthric speech. NeuroRehabilitation, 23(3), 207-216. https://doi.org/10.3233/NRE-2008-23302

    Tamplin, J., & Grocke, D. (2008). A music therapy treatment protocol for acquired dysarthria rehabilitation. Music Therapy Perspectives, 26 (1), 23-29. https://doi.org/10.1093/mtp/26.1.23

    Baker, F. (2007). Using voice analysis software to analyse the sung and spoken voice. In T. Wosch and T. Wigram (Ed).  Microanalysis: Methods, Techniques and Applications in Music Therapy for Clinicians, Researchers, Educators and Students. (pp.101-113). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

    Baker, F., Wigram, T., & Gold, C. (2005). The effects of a song-singing programme on the affective speaking intonation of people with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 19, 7, 519–528. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699050400005150

    Baker, F., Wigram, T. (2004). Rehabilitating the uninflected voice: Finding climax and cadence. Music Therapy Perspectives, 22, 1, 4-10. https://doi.org/10.1093/mtp/22.1.4

    Baker, F. A. (2000). Modifying melodic intonation therapy programs for adults with severe non-fluent aphasia. Music Therapy Perspectives, 18, 2, 107-111. https://doi.org/10.1093/mtp/18.2.110

    Tamplin, J. (2000). Improvisational music therapy approaches to coma arousal. Australian Journal of Music Therapy 11, 38-51. Retrieved from https://www.austmta.org.au/journal/article/improvisational-music-therapy-approaches-coma-arousal

     

  • Therapeutic Songwriting for Self-Concept/Identity change

    Roddy, C., Rickard, N., Tamplin, J. & Lee, Y. C. & Baker, F. A. (2020). Exploring self-concept, wellbeing and distress in therapeutic songwriting participants following acquired brain injury: A case series analysis. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 30(2). https://doi.org/10.1080/09602011.2018.1448288

    Baker, F.A., Tamplin, J., Rickard, N., Ponsford, J., New, P. & Lee, Y.C. (2019). A therapeutic songwriting intervention to promote reconstruction of self-concept and enhance wellbeing following brain or spinal cord injury: Pilot randomised controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269215519831417

    Baker, F. A., Tamplin, J., Rickard, N., New, P., Ponsford, J., Roddy, C. & Lee, Y. C. (2018). Meaning making process and recovery journeys explored through songwriting in early neurorehabilitation: Exploring the perspectives of participants of their self-composed songs through the interpretative phenomenological analysis. Frontiers in Psychology: Clinical and Health Psychology. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01422

    Roddy, C., Rickard, N., Tamplin, J. & Baker, F. A. (2018). Personal identity narratives of therapeutic songwriting participants following spinal cord injury: A case series analysis. The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine, 41(4). https://doi.org/10.1080/10790268.2017.1364559

    Baker, F. A., Tamplin, J., MacDonald, R. A. R., Ponsford, J., Roddy, C. & Rickard, N. (2017). Exploring the self through songwriting: An analysis of songs composed by people with acquired neurodisability in an inpatient rehabilitation program. Journal of Music Therapy, 54(1), 35-54. https://doi.org/10.1093/jmt/thw018

    Viega, M., & Baker, F. A. (2017).  Remixing identity: Creating meaning from songs written by patients recovering from a spinal cord injury using arts-based research. Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 8, 1, 57-73, https://doi.org/10.1386/jaah.8.1.57_1

    Viega, M.D. & Baker, F.A. (2016). What’s in a song? Combining analytical and arts-based analysis for songs created by songwriters with neurodisabilities. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy. https://doi.org/10.1080/08098131.2016.1205651

    Tamplin, J., Baker, F. A., MacDonald, R. A. R., Roddy, C. & Rickard, N. S. (2015). A theoretical framework and therapeutic songwriting protocol to promote integration of self-concept in people with acquired neurological injuries. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy. 25(2), 111-133. https://doi.org/10.1080/08098131.2015.1011208

    Baker, F. A., Rickard, N., Tamplin, J., Roddy, C. (2015). Flow and meaningfulness as mechanisms of change in self-concept and wellbeing following a songwriting intervention for people in the early phase of neurorehabilitation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 299https://doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2015.00299

    Baker, F. (2005). Working with impairments in pragmatics through song writing with traumatically brain injured patients. In F. Baker & T. Wigram (Eds.). Songwriting Methods, Techniques & Clinical Applications for Music Therapy Clinicians, Educators and Students. (p.134-153). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

    Baker, F., Kennelly, J., & Tamplin, J. (2005). Songwriting to explore identity change and sense of self-concept following traumatic brain injury. In Baker & Wigram (Eds.) Songwriting: Methods, Techniques and Clinical Applications for Music Therapy Clinicians, Educators and Students. (pp. 116-133). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

    Baker, F., Kennelly, J., & Tamplin, J. (2005). Themes in songs written by clients with traumatic brain injury: Differences across the lifespan. Australian Journal of Music Therapy, 16, 25-42. Retrieved from https://www.austmta.org.au/journal/article/themes-songs-written-patients-traumatic-brain-injury-differences-across-lifespan

    Baker, F., Kennelly, J., & Tamplin, J. (2005). Themes within songs written by people with traumatic brain injury: Gender differences. Journal of Music Therapy, 42 (2), 111-122. https://doi.org/10.1093/jmt/42.2.111

    Baker, F., Kennelly, J., & Tamplin, J. (2005). Adjusting to change through song: Themes in songs written by clients with traumatic brain injury. Brain Impairment, 6 (3), 205-211. https://doi.org/10.1375/brim.2005.6.3.205

  • Other Rehabilitation Research

    Silveira, T., Dorsch, S., Thompson, G. & Tamplin, J.  (2020). Functional electrical stimulation+iPad-based music therapy for upper limb recovery after stroke: Study protocol for a mixed methods randomized controlled trial. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy. https://doi.org/10.1080/08098131.2020.1795704

    Silveira, T.M., Tamplin, J., Dorsch, S. & Barlow, A. (2018). Let’s Improvise! iPad-based music therapy with functional electrical stimulation for upper limb stroke rehabilitation. Australian Journal of Music Therapy, 29, 1-16. Retrieved from https://www.austmta.org.au/journal/article/lets-improvise-ipad-based-music-therapy-functional-electrical-stimulation-upper

    Pakdeesatitwara, N. & Tamplin, J. (2018). Music Therapy Services in Neurorehabilitation: An International Survey. Australian Journal of Music Therapy, 29, 62-90. Retreived from https://www.austmta.org.au/journal/article/music-therapy-services-neurorehabilitation-international-survey

    Magee, W. L., Clark, I. N., Tamplin, J., & Bradt, J. (2017). Music interventions for acquired brain injury (Review). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 1, Art. No.: CD006787. https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD006787.pub3

    Clark, I. & Tamplin, J. (2016). How music can influence the body: Perspectives from current research. Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, 16 (2). https://doi.org/10.15845/voices.v16i2.871

    Hald, S.V., Baker, F.A., Ridder, H.M.O. (2015). A preliminary psychometric evaluation of the interpersonal communication competence scale for acquired brain injury. Brain Injury, 29:9, 1105-1112.  https://doi.org/10.3109/02699052.2015.1024740.

    Tamplin, J. (2015). Music therapy for adults with traumatic brain injury and other neurological disorders. In B. Wheeler (Ed.) Music Therapy Handbook. (pp. 454-468). New York, NY: Guilford Publications, Inc.

    Tamplin, J. (2013). Adults in critical care. In J. Allen (Ed.), Guidelines for Music Therapy Practice in Adult Medical Care. (pp. 62-83). Phoenixville, PA: Barcelona Publishers.

    Tamplin, J., Baker, F., Jones, B., Way, A., & Lee, S. (2013). ‘Stroke a Chord’: The effect of singing in a community choir on mood and social engagement for people living with aphasia following a stroke. Neurorehabilitation, 32(4), 929-941. https://doi.org/10.3233/NRE-130916

    Magee, W.L., Baker, F., Daveson, B., Hitchen, H., Kennelly, J., Leung, M. & Tamplin, J. (2011). Music therapy methods with children, adolescents, and adults with severe neurobehavioural disorders due to brain injury. Music Therapy Perspectives, 29 (1), 5-13. https://doi.org/10.1093/mtp/29.1.5

    Baker, F. & Tamplin, J (2006). Music Therapy in Neurorehabilitation: A Clinician’s Manual. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

    Baker, F., & Roth, E. (2004). Neuroplasticity and recovery: Training models and compensatory strategies in music therapy. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 13, 1, 20-32. https://doi.org/10.1080/08098130409478095

    Baker, F., & Wigram T. (2004) The immediate and long-term effects of music therapy on the mood states of people with traumatic brain injury. British Journal of Music Therapy,18, 2, 55-64. https://doi.org/10.1177/135945750401800204

    Baker, F. (2002). Rationale for the effects of familiar music on agitation and orientation levels of people experiencing posttraumatic amnesia. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 10, 1, 32-41. https://doi.org/10.1080/08098130109478015

    Baker, F. (2001). The effects of live, taped and no music on people experiencing posttraumatic amnesia. Journal of Music Therapy, 38, 3, 170-192. https://doi.org/10.1093/jmt/38.3.170

    Burke, D., Alexander, K., Baker, F. et al. (2000). Rehabilitation of a Person with severe traumatic brain injury, Brain Injury, 14, 5, 463-471. https://doi.org/10.1080/026990500120565

    Lee, K., & Baker, F. (1997) Towards integrating a holistic rehabilitation system: the implications for music therapy. Australian Journal of Music Therapy 8, 30-37. Retrieved from https://www.austmta.org.au/journal/article/towards-integrating-holistic-rehabilitation-system-implications-music-therapy-0

Spinal Cord Injury

  • Spinal Cord Injury

    Tamplin, J., Loveridge, B., Clarke, K., Li, Y. & Berlowitz, D. (2019). Development and feasibility testing of an online virtual reality platform for delivering therapeutic group singing interventions for people living with spinal cord injury. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. https://doi.org/10.1177/1357633X19828463

    Tamplin, J., Baker, F., Buttifant, M., & Berlowitz, D. J. (2014). The effect of singing training on voice quality and intensity for people with quadriplegia. Journal of Voice. 28(1), 128.e19–128.e26. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvoice.2013.08.017

    Tamplin, J., Baker, F., Grocke, D., & Berlowitz, D. J. (2014). A thematic analysis of the experience of group music therapy for people with chronic quadriplegia. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, 20(3), 256-268. https://doi.org/10.1310/sci2003-236

    Tamplin, J., Baker, F., Grocke, D., Brazzale, D., Pretto, J. J., Ruehland, W. R., et al. (2013). The effect of singing on respiratory function, voice, and mood following quadriplegia: A randomized controlled trial. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 94(3), 426-434. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2012.10.006

    Tamplin, J. (2011). Singing for respiratory muscle training: Using therapeutic singing and vocal interventions to improve respiratory function and voice projection for people with a spinal cord injury. In F. Baker & S. Uhlig (Eds.), Voicework in Music Therapy: Research and Practice. (pp. 147-170). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

    Tamplin, J., Brazzale, D., Pretto, J.J., Ruehland, W.R., Buttifant, M., Brown, D.J., Berlowitz, D.J. (2011). Assessment of breathing patterns and respiratory muscle recruitment during singing and speech in quadriplegia. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 92(2), 250-256. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2010.10.032

    Tamplin, J. (2009). The link between singing and respiratory health for people with quadriplegia. Australian Journal of Music Therapy, 20 (special issue), 45-55. Retrieved from https://www.austmta.org.au/journal/article/link-between-singing-and-respiratory-health-people-quadriplegia

Parkinson’s Disease

  • ParkinSong

    Tamplin, J., Morris, M. E., Marigliani, C., Baker, F. A., Noffs, G. & Vogel, A. P. (2020). Outcomes of a 12-month controlled trial of therapeutic singing groups in Parkinson’s disease. Journal of Parkinson’s Disease. https://doi.org/10.3233/JPD-191838

    Tamplin, J., Morris, M. E., Marigliani, C., Baker, F. A. & Vogel, A. (2019). A controlled trial of singing-based therapy for Parkinson’s disease. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 33(6), 453-463. https://doi.org/10.1177/1545968319847948 

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  • Other

    Elefant, C., Lotan, M., Baker, F.A., Skeie, G.O. (2012). Effects of music therapy on facial expression of individuals with Parkinson's disease:  A Pilot study. Musicae Scientiae, 16, 3, 392-400. https://doi.org/10.1177/1029864912458917

    Elefant, C., Baker,F.,  Lotan, M.,  Lagersen, S. & Skeie, G.O.  (2012).  Effect of group music therapy on vocal ability and singing in individuals with Parkinson's disease – A feasibility research. Journal of Music Therapy, 49, 3, 278-302. https://doi.org/10.1093/jmt/49.3.278

Motor Neuron Disease

  • Motor Neuron Disease

    Tamplin, J., Baker, F. A., Davies, R., Bajo, E., Bolger, K., Sheers, N. & Berlowitz, D. J. (2017).  Exploring the feasibility of a music-assisted relaxation intervention to assist with the initiation of non-invasive ventilation in people with Motor Neuron Disease. Music & Medicine, 9(2), 86-97. Retrieved from http://mmd.iammonline.com/index.php/musmed/article/view/504

    Davies, R., Baker, F. A., Tamplin, J., Bajo, E., Bolger, K., Sheers, N. & Berlowitz, D. J. (2016). Music-assisted relaxation during transition to non-invasive ventilation in people with motor neuron disease: A qualitative case series. British Journal of Music Therapy. 30(2), 74-82. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359457516669153

Physical Rehabilitation in Older Adults

  • Physical Rehabilitation in Older Adults

    Clark, I. N., Baker F.A., Peiris, C.L., Shoebridge, G. & Taylor, N.F. (2017). Participant-selected music and physical activity in older adults following cardiac rehabilitation: a randomised controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation, 31(3), 329-39. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269215516640864

    Clark, I. N., Baker F.A., & Taylor, N.F. (2016). Older adults’ music listening preferences to support physical activity following cardiac rehabilitation. Journal of Music Therapy, 53(4), 364-397. https://doi.org/10.1093/jmt/thw011

    Clark, I. N., Baker F. A. & Taylor, N. F. (2016). The modulating effects of music listening on health-related exercise and physical activity in adults: A systematic review and narrative synthesis. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 25(1), 76-104. https://doi.org/10.1080/08098131.2015.1008558

    Clark, I. N., Baker, F. A., Peiris, C. L., Shoebridge, G., & Taylor, N. F. (2016). The Brunel Music Rating Inventory-2 is a reliable and valid instrument for older cardiac rehabilitation patients selecting music for exercise. Psychology of Music. 2016;44(2):249-62. https://doi.org/10.1177/0305735614565830

    Kruavit, A., Teh, E., Clark, I. N. & Wadhwa, V. (2015). The role of music in improving exercise capacity in patients with acute exacerbation of chronic pulmonary disease as measured by the 2-minute walk test. Music and Medicine, 7(4). Retrieved from http://mmd.iammonline.com/index.php/musmed/article/view/433

    Clark, I. N. (2015). Music and ageing well (Guest Editorial). Australian Journal of Music Therapy, 26, 4-5. Retrieved from https://www.austmta.org.au/journal/volume/2015/26

    Clark, I. N., Baker, F. A. & Taylor, N.F. (2012). The effects of live patterned sensory enhancement on group exercise participation and mood in older adults in rehabilitation. Journal of Music Therapy, 49(2), 180-204. https://doi.org/10.1093/jmt/49.2.180 

    Clark, I. N., Taylor, N. F. & Baker F. A. (2012). Music interventions and physical activity in older adults: a systematic literature review and meta-analysis. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 44(9), 710-719. https://doi.org/10.2340/16501977-1025 

MIND researcher book publications

  • Books

    Baird, A., Garrido, S. & Tamplin, J. (2019). Music and Dementia: From Cognition to Therapy. Oxford University Press, London: UK.

    Baker, F. & Tamplin, J (2006). Music Therapy in Neurorehabilitation: A Clinician’s Manual. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

    Baker, F., & Uhlig, S. (2011). Voicework in Music Therapy: Research and Practice. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

    Baker, F. (2016). Therapeutic Songwriting: Developments in Theory, Methods, and Practice. New York: Springer.

    Baker, F., & Wigram, T. (2005). Songwriting: Methods, Techniques and Clinical Applications for Music Therapy Clinicians, Educators and Students. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.