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Begley, Sharon.  (2008).  Train your mind, change your brain:  how a new science reveals  our extraordinary potential to transform ourselves.  New York:  Ballantine Books.

Blakeslee, Sandra and Matthew Blakeslee.   (2007).  The body has a mind of its own: how body maps in your brain help you do (almost) anything better.  New York: Random House.

Coyle, Daniel.  (2009).  The talent code:  greatness isn’t born.  it’s grown.  here’s how.  New York:  Bantam Books.

Damasio, Antonio.  (1990).  The feeling of what happens:  body and emotion in the making of consciousness. Orlando,  Fl.:  Harcourt, Inc.

Damasio, Antonio.  (2003).  Looking for Spinoza:  joy, sorrow, and the feeling brain.  Orlando, Fl.:  Harcourt, Inc.

Doidge, Norman.  (2007).  The brain that changes itself:  stories and personal triumph from the frontiers of brain science.  New York:  Penguin Books.

Iacoboni, Marco.  (2008).  Mirroring people:  the new science of how we connect to others.  New York:  Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.

Siegel, Daniel J.  (2007).  The mindful brain:  reflection and attunement in the cultivation of well-being.  New York City, New York: W.W. Norton and Co.

Upledger, John E.  (1996).  A brain is born:  exploring the birth and development of the central nervous system. Berkeley, California:  North Atlantic Books.


Alexander, Gerda.  (1985).  Eutony:  the holistic discovery of the total person.  New York:  Felix Morrow.

Alon, Ruthy.  (1996).  Mindful spontaneity:  lessons in the feldenkrais method.  Berkeley, Calif.: North Atlantic Books.

Anrig, C. A. and Gregory Plaugher (eds.),  Pediatric Chiropractic.   Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, 1998.

Bly, Lois, M.A., P.T.  (1994).  Motor skills acquisition in the first year:  an illustrated guide to normal development.  San Antonio, TX:  Pearson.

Cannon, Walter B., M.D., Sc. D. (1932)  The wisdom of the body.  New York City, New York:  W.W. Norton and Company Inc.

Darwin, Charles.  (1872 edition).  The expression of the emotions in man and animals. New York:  Penguin Books.

Feldenkrais,  Moshe.  (1972). Awareness through movement.   New York: Harper Collins.

Feldenkrais, Moshe.  (1949).  Body and mature behavior:  a study of anxiety, sex, gravitation, and learning.  Berkeley, Calif.:  Frog, Ltd.

Feldenkrais, Moshe.  (1977).  Body awareness as healing therapy:  the case of Nora. Berkeley, Calif.:  Frog, Ltd.

Feldenkrais, Moshe.  (1981). The elusive obvious.  Capitola, Calif.: Meta Publications.

Feldenkrais, Moshe.  (1984).  The master moves.  Capitola, Calif.:  Meta Publications.

Garbourg, Paula.  (1994). The secret of the ring muscles.  Fort Lauderdale, Fl.:  Peleg Publishers.

Griner, Thomas. (1996) What’s really wrong with you?  A revolutionary look at how muscles affect your health.  Avery Publishing Group, Garden City Park, New York, 1996.

Kapit, Wynn and Lawrence M. Elson.  (1977). The anatomy coloring book.  New York: Harper and Row.

Pathak, M., K. Frei, and D. Truong, Spasmodic torticollis handbook:  a guide to treatment and rehabilitation, Demos Medical Publishing, New York, 2003.

Souza, Thomas A., Differential diagnosis and management for the chiropractor:  protocols and algorithms, 2nd edition, Aspen Publishers, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 2001.

Thompson, Clem W. and R.T. Floyd.  (1994).  Manual of structural kinesiology.  St. Louis, Mo.:  Mosby.


Appleton, Nancy, Ph.D.  Healthy bones. Garden City Park, New York:  Avery  Publishing Group Inc., 1991.

Bieler, Henry G., M.D. (1965)  Food is your best medicine.  New York City, New York:  Ballantine Books.

Cherniske, Stephen, M.S. (1998) Caffeine blues.  New York City, New York:  Warner Books.

Duffy, William.  Sugar blues. (1975)  New York City, New York:  Grand Central Publishing.

Enig, Mary G., Ph. D. (2000)  Know your fats:  the complete primer for understanding the nutrition of fats, oils, and cholesterol.  Silver Springs, Maryland:  Bethesda Press.

—————–. and Fallon, Sally.  Nourishing traditions:  the cookbook that challenges politically correct nutrition and the diet dictocrats.  Washington D.C.:  New Trends Publishing, 1999.

Fredericks, Carlton, Ph. D. (1980)  Eat well, get well, stay well.  New York City, New York:  Grosset and Dunlap.

Fredericks, Carlton, Ph. D. (1985)  New low blood sugar and you.  New York City, New York:  Perigee Books.

Fredericks, Carlton, Ph. D. (1976)  Psycho-Nutrition.  New York City, New York:  Perigee Books.

Hobday, Richard. (1999) The healing sun:  sunlight and health in the 21st century.  Findhorn, United Kingdom:  Findhorn Press.

Kessler, David A.  (2009).  The end of overeating:  taking control of the insatiable American appetite.   New York:  Rodale, Inc.

Nestle, Marion. (2006)  What to eat.  New York City, New York:  North Point Press, 2006.

Price, Weston A., DDS. (1939)  Nutrition and physical degeneration.  La Mesa, California:  Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation.

Taubes, Gary. (2007)  Good calories, bad calories:  challenging the conventional wisdom on diet, weight control and disease.  New York City, New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 2007.

Williams, Roger. (1962)  Nutrition in a nutshell.  Garden City, New York:  Dolphin Books.

Yudkin, John M.D., Ph. D. (1972)  Sweet and dangerous.  New York City, New York:  Bantam.


Bowlby, John.  (1988)  A secure base:  parent-child attachment and healthy human development.  New York City, New York:  Basic Books.

Bowlby, John.  (2005).  The making and breaking of affectional bonds.   New York City, New York:  Routledge .

Eliot, Lise.  (1999) What’s going on in there?  How the brain and mind develop in the first five years of life.  New York City, New York: Bantam Books.

Stern, Daniel. (1990)  Diary of a baby:  what your child sees, feels, and experiences.  New York City, New York:  Basic Books.

Stern, Daniel. (1985)  The interpersonal world of the infant:  a view from psychoanalysis and developmental psychology.  New York City, New York:  Basic Books.