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Cassenti, D. N. (2011). The intrinsic link between motor behavior and temporal cognition. New Ideas in Psychology, 72-79

Beckelhimer, S. C., Dalton, A. E., Richter, C. A., Hermann, V., & Page, S. J. (2011).Brief Report Computer-based rhythm and timing training in severe, stroke-induced arm hemiparesis. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 65, 96-100.

Leisman, Gerry and Robert Melillo. “Effects of motor sequence training on attentional performance.” International Journal on Disability and Human Development Volume 9. Issue 4 (2010): 275-282.

McGrew, Kevin S, Taub, Gordon, Keith, Timithy Z. (2007). Improvements in interval time tracking and effects on reading achievement. University of Central Florida, Institute for Applied Psychometrics, University of Texas. Psychology in the Schools, 44(8), 849-863.

Bartscherer, P. M., & Dole, P. E. (2005). Interactive Metronome training for a 9-year-old boy with attention and motor coordination difficulties. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice , 257-269.

Alpiner, Neal. (2004). The role of functional MRI in defining auditory-motor processing networks. White paper presented at 65th Annual American Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Jones, LorRainne. (2004). Improving motor planning and sequencing to improve outcomes in speech and language therapy. 83rd Annual American Speech and Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA.

Jacokes, Lee E. (2003). Pathways Center final statistical analysis. Unpublished white Paper. Pathway Learning Center, Chicago, IL, Interactive Metronome.

Diamond, Susan J. (2003). Processing speed and motor planning: the scientific background to the skills trained by Interactive Metronome technology. Unpublished white paper. Interactive Metronome.

Cason, Cindy. (2003). Learning problems and the left behind. White paper presented at the National Association of Elementary School Principals, Anaheim, CA.

Jacokes, Lee E. (2003). Interactive metronome performance training of St. Thomas Aquinas high school. Unpublished white paper. Interactive Metronome.

Gorman, Patrick. (2003). Interactive Metronome- Underlying neurocognitive correlates of effectiveness. Unpublished white paper. Interactive Metronome.

Libkuman, Terry M, Otani, Hajime. (2002). Training in timing improves accuracy in golf. Journal of General Psychology, 129(1), 77-96.

Kuhlman, Kristyn, Schweinhart, Lawrence J. (2002). Timing in child development. High/Scope Educational Research Foundation, Ypsilanti, MI: High/Scope Press.

Greenspan, Stanley I, Shaffer, Robert J, Tuchman, Robert F, Stemmer, Paul J, Jacokes, Lee E. (2001). Effect of Interactive Metronome rhythmicity training on children with ADHD. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 55(2), 155-162.

Burpee, Jeanetta, DeJean Valerie, Frick, Sheila, Kawar, Mary, Koomar, Mary, Fischer, Deborah Murphy. (2001). Theoretical and clinical perspectives on the Interactive Metronome (IM): A view from a clinical occupational therapy practice. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 55(2), 163-166.

Sommer, Marius and Ronnqvist, Louise. Improved motor-timing: effects of synchronized metronome training on golf shot accuracy. Department of Psychology, Umea University, Umea, Sweden. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine (2009) 8, 648-656.


Togasaki, Daniel M. (2006). Computer based motor training activities improve function in parkinson’s disease: Parkinson’s Institute, Sunnyvale, CA.

McGrew, Kevin S, Taub, Gordon. (2006). Effect of improvements in interval timing on mathematics. University of Central Florida, Institute for Applied Psychometrics. Under submission.


University of Cincinnati: Hemiplegic Arm

Medical College of Georgia: Parkinson’s Disease

Veterans Administration: Cognitive, Behavioral & Motor Skills (unimpaired & veterans with blast injuries)