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Alex Street
Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research
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Home-based neurologic music therapy for upper limb rehabilitation with stroke patients at community rehabilitation stage—a feasibility study protocol
AJ Street, WL Magee, H Odell-Miller, A Bateman, JC Fachner
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 480, 2015
352015
Home-based neurologic music therapy for arm hemiparesis following stroke: results from a pilot, feasibility randomized controlled trial
AJ Street, WL Magee, A Bateman, M Parker, H Odell-Miller, J Fachner
Clinical rehabilitation 32 (1), 18-28, 2018
322018
Neurologic music therapy in multidisciplinary acute stroke rehabilitation: Could it be feasible and helpful?
A Street, J Zhang, S Pethers, L Wiffen, K Bond, H Palmer
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 27 (7), 541-552, 2020
212020
Using Garageband™ music software with adults with acquired brain injury at Headway East London: identity communication and executive function
A Street, W Magee
Music technology in therapeutic and health settings, 217-234, 2013
142013
Upper limb rehabilitation in chronic stroke using neurologic music therapy: Two contrasting case studies to inform on treatment delivery and patient suitability
AJ Street, J Fachner, WL Magee
Nordic Journal of Music Therapy 28 (5), 382-404, 2019
122019
Music therapy advances in neuro-disability-innovations in research and practice: summary report and reflections on a two-day international conference
JW O'Kelly, WL Magee, AJ Street, J Fachner, AI Drake, J Cahen, ...
Faculty/Researcher Works, 2014
122014
Combining functional and psychoanalytic techniques, using rhythmic auditory stimulation (RAS) and songwriting to treat a man with a traumatic brain injury
A Street
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy 12 (3), 2012
102012
Artificially synthesising data for audio classification and segmentation to improve speech and music detection in radio broadcast
S Venkatesh, D Moffat, A Kirke, G Shakeri, S Brewster, J Fachner, ...
ICASSP 2021-2021 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and …, 2021
72021
RadioMe: challenges during the development of a real time tool to support People with Dementia
G Shakeri, S Brewster, S Venkatesh, D Moffat, A Kirke, E Miranda, ...
ACM, 2021
12021
The Feasibility and Acceptability of Neurologic Music Therapy in Subacute Neurorehabilitation and Effects on Patient Mood
N Thompson, J Bloska, A Abington, A Masterson, D Whitten, A Street
Brain Sciences 12 (4), 497, 2022
2022
Home-Based Music Therapy to Support Bulbar and Respiratory Functions of Persons with Early and Mid-Stage Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis—Protocol and Results from a Feasibility …
AT Apreleva Kolomeytseva, L Brylev, M Eshghi, Z Bottaeva, J Zhang, ...
Brain Sciences 12 (4), 494, 2022
2022
RadioMe: Supporting Individuals with Dementia in Their Own Home... and Beyond?
P Di Campli San Vito, S Brewster, S Venkatesh, E Miranda, A Kirke, ...
2022
Music-based interventions to address well-being in people with a vision impairment: protocol for a scoping review
N Somani, E Beukes, A Street, R Lindsay, PM Allen
BMJ open 12 (3), e054268, 2022
2022
CAN A MUSIC-BASED COMPUTER GAME, OFFER A LOW-COST UPPER LIMB REHABILITATION INTERVENTION? AN INVESTIGATIVE, LONG-TERM, DESIGN AND TEST CASE STUDY WITH FOUR STROKE SURVIVORS
R Colclasure, A Street, J Fachner, D Vicinanza
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE 16 (3_ SUPPL), 22-22, 2021
2021
Music therapy as part of multidisciplinary acute stroke rehabilitation: 2-year service evaluation
A Street, H Palmer, S Pethers, L Wiffen, K Bond, M Martin-Saez, J Rycarte
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE 14 (4_ SUPPL), 51-51, 2019
2019
Home-based neurologic music therapy for upper limb hemiparesis: A feasibility study
A Street, W Magee, H Odell-Miller, A Bateman, J Fachner
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE 11, S56-S56, 2016
2016
Home-based neurologic music therapy for upper limb rehabilitation in chronic stroke: A pilot study
AJ Street
Anglia Ruskin University, 2015
2015
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