The impact of instruction in one subject area on learning in another
- The effectiveness of creative drama as an instructional strategy to enhance the reading comprehension skills of fifth-grade remedial readers
- Attention and perseverance behaviors of preschool children enrolled in Suzuki violin lessons and other activities
- Second and Sixth Grade Students' Art Historical Interpretation Abilities: A One-Year Study
- The literate potentials of book-related dramatic play
- Stand and Unfold Yourself. Report on the Shakespeare & Co. Summer Shakespeare Program
- Investigating the educational impact and potential of the Museum of Modern Art’s Visual Thinking Curriculum: Final report
- Instruction in visual art: Can it help children learn to read?
- Learning in and through the arts: The question of transfer.
- Arts Education in Secondary Schools: Effects and Effectiveness.
- Learning to make music enhances spatial reasoning
- Listening to music enhances spatial-temporal reasoning: Evidence for the “Mozart-Effect.”
- Teaching cognitive skill through dance: Evidence for near but not far transfer
- Does studying the arts engender creative thinking? Evidence for near but not far transfer
- Strengthening verbal skills through the use of classroom drama: A clear link.
- SAT Scores of Students Who Study the Arts: What We Can and Cannot Conclude about the Association