• Center for Developing Child, Harvard University
    InBrief: The Science of Early Child Development Jack Shonkoff, M.D.

  • Dweck, C. 2006. Mindset. New York: Ballantine

  • http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/node/8092.
  • Published with the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard using Beat the Odds as a case study on how to maximize social-emotional benefits of the arts programs.
    Out of the Box: Positive Development & Social Change through the Arts, Ping Ho, 17 December 2012.

  • Council for Professional Recognition
    cdacouncil.org Article: Content vs. Life Skills

  • Music Improves Brain Function, by Phillip F. Schewe, 06 November 2009.
    Blog: Music Training Improves Brain Function

  • ScienceOfMind.com
    Drum Your Way to Enlightenment, by Mark Waldman and Andrew Newberg, M.D. “Research shows that drumming is one of the fast and safest ways to alter consciousness. When you rhythmically drum with others in a group, it neurologically bonds you to others in socially positive ways. It reduces burnout at work, boosts your immune system and even helps preschool children get along with others, improving coordination and language development.”