1. Berrol, C., Ooi, W. L., & Katz, S. (1997). Dance/movement therapy with older adults who have sustained neurological insult: A demonstration project. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 19(2), 135-160.

  2. Hackney, M., Kantorovich, S., & Earhart, G. (2007). A Study on the Effects of Argentine Tango as a Form of Partnered Dance for those with Parkinson Disease and the Healthy Elderly. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 29(2), 109-127. 

  3. Hamburg, J., & Clair, A. (2003). The effects of a Laban-based movement program with music on measures of balance and gait in older adults. Activities, Adaptation & Aging, 28(1), 17-33. 

  4. Hoban, S. (2000). Motion and emotion: the dance/movement therapy experience. Nursing Homes: Long Term Care Management, 49(11), 33-34. 
  5. Houston, S. (2005). Dance for older people. Primary Health Care, 15(8), 18-19. 

  6. Jeon MY, Bark ES, Lee EG, Im JS, Jeong BS, & Choe ES. (2005). The effects of a Korean traditional dance movement program in elderly women

  7. Taehan Kanho Hakhoe Chi. 35(7), 1268-76. Libster, M. (2006). Dancing away dispiritedness: dance, both social and therapeutic, improves more than physical and mental function in the elderly. American Journal of Nursing, 106(11), 72C-d. 

  8. Lima, M., and Vieira, A. (2007). Ballroom dance as therapy for the elderly in Brazil. American Journal of Dance Therapy 29(2), 129-142. 

  9. Sandel, S., & Johnson, D. (1987). Waiting at the gate: Creativity and hope in the nursing home. New York: Haworth Press. 

  10. Sandel, S. (1994). Dance/movement therapy with the frail elderly. Journal of Long Term Home Health Care: The PRIDE Institute Journal, 13(3), 38-42. 

  11. Stacey, G., & Stickley T. (2008) Dancing to keep young at heart. Mental Health Practice, 11(6). 34-8 

  12. Wikström BM. (2004). Older adults and the arts: the importance of aesthetic forms of expression in later life. Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 30(9), 30-6.

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