Success at the library

 Life-changing desktop background of Margaret Smith, the librarian at Bobst. 

Life-changing desktop background of Margaret Smith, the librarian at Bobst. 

I’m thrilled I met with Margaret Smith today at the Bobst library. She directed me to a grad deal of helpful resources ranging from Actor Network Theory to Sound Therapy and even a computer game that deals with unpredictability in a fictitious “other world”. 

 

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PsycNet (database of psychology literature): https://persistent.library.nyu.edu/arch/NYU03176

Search for "music therapy" and "autism" (anxiety, or whatever)


ACM Digital Library (database of fun technology stuff): https://persistent.library.nyu.edu/arch/NYU00676

Search for "sonic playground" or "therapeutic objects manipulate sound"

Some of the articles we found: 

http://proxy.library.nyu.edu/login?url=https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2986448

http://proxy.library.nyu.edu/login?url= https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2447692

http://proxy.library.nyu.edu/login?url= https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1357171

http://proxy.library.nyu.edu/login?url= https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1067353

Playing with Toys: Towards Autonomous Robot Manipulation for Therapeutic Play (article): https://smartech.gatech.edu/handle/1853/38283


Why that instrument? A bibliographic study of the reasons instruments are chosen by music therapy clients (article): https://getit.library.nyu.edu/go/9464800


Digital instruments and their uses in music therapy (article): https://getit.library.nyu.edu/go/9464801


Reassembling the social (book by Bruno Latour): https://getit.library.nyu.edu/go/9464802