If you are wanting to learn more about primitive and postural reflexes and how they impact learning, behaviour and coordination you can check out these publications.
For further resources and information
The following is a list of publications compiled by different practitioners in regards to both movement activities, sensory processing and the INPP method.
- Bee H. The developing child. New York. Haper Rowe.
- Connell, G & McCarthy, C. A Moving Child is a learning Child. Free Spirit Publishing.
- Delacato C. The ultimate stranger. The autistic child. Academic Publications.
- Goddard Blythe S. What Babies and Children really need. Hawthorn Press.
- Goddard S. Reflexes, Learning and Behavior. Fern Ridge Press.
- Goddard-Blythe, S. Neuro-motor Maturity as an indicator of Developmental Readiness for education. Wiley-Blackwell.
- Kranowitz, C., & Newman, J. Growing an In-Sync Child. Perigee.
- Levinson H. Smart but feeling dumb. Warner Books.
- Madaule P. When listening comes alive. Moulin Publishing.
- Mellilo R, & Leisman G. Neurobehavioral disorders of childhood. Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Pubs.
- Sally Goddard. Reflexes Learning and Behavior. Fern Ridge Press.
- Sally Goddard-Blythe. Attention, Balance and Co-ordination – the A,B,C of Learning Success. Wiley-Blackwell.
- Seniloli, L. Movement and Cognition. The Space. Issue 39, Autumn, 22.
- Seniloli, L. Pushing our children to ‘learn’ Assessing Neuro motor readiness for learning. The Space, Issue 52, Winter, 10-11
- Seniloli, L. Reflexes and their relevance to learning. P58-67. Manukau Institute of Technology. https://www.manukau.ac.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/
- Tomatis, A. The conscious ear. Station Hill Press Inc.