Bibliographie 

 

Nous vous encourageons à consulter les bibliographies des mémoires de F. Leguédé et E. Behaghel , qui rassemblent l'ensemble des sources scientifiques utilisées.

-  Leguégé, F. (2018): Les facilitateurs et les obstacles dans la participation à une activité chorale chez le sujet porteur d’un trouble acquis de la communication d’origine neurologique (Mémoire de fin d'études, université de Besançon)

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- Behaghel, E. (2019) : Le chant choral auprès des personnes aphasiques : enquête sur la satisfaction des choristes - création d'un outil de guidance (Mémoire de fin d'études, université de Limoges)

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- Cohen, Nicki S. « The effect of singing instruction on the speech production of neurologically impaired persons ». Journal of Music Therapy 29, no 2 (1992): 87‑102. https://doi.org/10.1093/jmt/29.2.102.

- Kasdan, Anna, et Swathi Kiran. « Please Don’t Stop the Music: Song Completion in Patients with Aphasia ». Journal of Communication Disorders 75 (octobre 2018): 72‑86. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcomdis.2018.06.005.

- Lim, Kil-Byung, Yong-Kyun Kim, Hong-Jae Lee, Jeehyun Yoo, Ji Youn Hwang, Jeong-Ah Kim, et Sung-Kyun Kim. « The Therapeutic Effect of Neurologic Music Therapy and Speech Language Therapy in Post-Stroke Aphasic Patients ». Annals of Rehabilitation Medicine 37, no 4 (août 2013): 556‑62. https://doi.org/10.5535/arm.2013.37.4.556.

- Mantie-Kozlowski, Alana, Roger Mantie, et Clara H. Keller. « Enjoyment in a Recreational Sing-along Group for People with Aphasia and Their Caregivers ». Aphasiology 32, no 5 (4 mai 2018): 518‑37. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2018.1427208.

- Raglio, Alfredo, Osmano Oasi, Marta Gianotti, Agnese Rossi, Karine Goulene, et Marco Stramba-Badiale. « Improvement of Spontaneous Language in Stroke Patients with Chronic Aphasia Treated with Music Therapy: A Randomized Controlled Trial ». The International Journal of Neuroscience 126, no 3 (2016): 235‑42. https://doi.org/10.3109/00207454.2015.1010647.

- Särkämö, T., T., M. Tervaniemi, S. Laitinen, A. Forsblom, S. Soinila, M. Mikkonen, T. Autti, et al. « Music Listening Enhances Cognitive Recovery and Mood after Middle Cerebral Artery Stroke ». Brain 131, no 3 (20 février 2008): 866‑76. https://doi.org/10.1093/brain/awn013.

- Schlaug, Gottfried, Sarah Marchina, et Andrea Norton. « FROM SINGING TO SPEAKING: WHY SINGING MAY LEAD TO RECOVERY OF EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH BROCA’S APHASIA ». Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 25, no 4 (avril 2008): 315‑23. https://doi.org/10.1525/mp.2008.25.4.315.

​Talmage, A., Ludlam, S., Leao, S. H., Fogg-Rogers, L., & Purdy, S. C. (2013). Leading the CeleBRation choir: The Choral Singing Therapy protocol and the role of the music therapist in a social singing group for adults with neurological conditions. New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy, (11), 7.

- Tamplin, J., Baker, F. A., 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

- Tarrant, Mark, Krystal Warmoth, Chris Code, Sarah Dean, Victoria A. Goodwin, Ken Stein, et Thavapriya Sugavanam. « Creating Psychological Connections between Intervention Recipients: Development and Focus Group Evaluation of a Group Singing Session for People with Aphasia ». BMJ Open 6, no 2 (1 février 2016): e009652. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009652.

- Tarrant, Mark, Mary Carter, Sarah Gerard Dean, Rod S. Taylor, Fiona C. Warren, Anne Spencer, Jane Adamson, Paolo Landa, Chris Code, et Raff Calitri. « Singing for People with Aphasia (SPA): A Protocol for a Pilot Randomised Controlled Trial of a Group Singing Intervention to Improve Well-Being ». BMJ Open 8, no 9 (10 septembre 2018): e025167. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2018-025167.

- Yamadori, A., Y. Osumi, S. Masuhara, et M. Okubo. « Preservation of Singing in Broca’s Aphasia. » Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 40, no 3 (1 mars 1977): 221‑24. https://doi.org/10.1136/jnnp.40.3.221.

- Yamaguchi, Satoshi, Kyoko Akanuma, Yuka Hatayama, Masako Otera, et Kenichi Meguro. « Singing Therapy Can Be Effective for a Patient with Severe Nonfluent Aphasia ». International Journal of Rehabilitation Research. Internationale Zeitschrift Fur Rehabilitationsforschung. Revue Internationale De Recherches De Readaptation 35, no 1 (mars 2012): 78‑81. https://doi.org/10.1097/MRR.0b013e32835032f8.

- Zumbansen, A. (2014). Les bénéfices du chant dans la réadaptation de l’aphasie.

https://papyrus.bib.umontreal.ca/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1866/11789/Zumbansen_Anna_2014_these.pdf?sequence=2&isAllowed=y

- Zumbansen, A., Peretz, I., & Hébert, S. (2014). The combination of rhythm and pitch can account for the beneficial effect of melodic intonation therapy on connected speech improvements in Broca’s aphasia. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 8, 592.

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