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- McCrossin, Susan. "Ritalin and Attention Deficit Order: History of its Use, Effects and Side Effects." 1995. - A discussion of Ritalin and its effectiveness in treating ADD.
- McCrossin, Susan. "The Effect of Acupressure Treatment on Standard Intelligence Test Scores and Reading Comprehension for Children with Learning Difficulties." - An alternative model of learning disorders is based on recent neurophysiological findings that suggest it is the timing and synchronization of neural activity in separate brain areas that creates high order cognitive functions. Any loss or malfunction of the timing mechanism may cause disintegration of neural activity and hence dysfunction in cognitive tasks (Damasio, 1994; Nunez, 1995). This model supports the approach that McCrossin et al. (1994) developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
- Dr. Toba Frankel & Dr. Charles Krebs. A Controlled Study of the Efficacy of LEAP Acupressure Treatment for Specific Learning Disabilities.
Articles and Media
McCrossin, Susan. "The Brain Integration Technique for the Correction of Learning Difficulties: For Improving brain and body functioning." - Describes how brain Integration Technique (BIT) can help those who have long-term, on-going loss of brain integration resulting from experiences traumatic enough to permanently shut down part, or most of the communication across their corpus callosum, or those who experience the massive brain confusion
"Interview." Rocky Mountain News 1999. - Interviewer's Note: In my 22 years of experience with numerous different therapies in the field of Alternative Medicine, I have found no other form of treatment with which I have been as impressed by its consistent and dramatic results as I am with this treatment that Susan McCrossin developed in Australia.
Glairon, Susan. "Pressure Points." Boulder Daily Camera 29 July 2002. - Disucusses Susan McCrossin's unique form of treatment for learning disabilities using pressure points to integrate the two sides of the brain.
- BBC News. Electric Current to the brain "boosts maths ability. 2010 - This article shares concepts similar to BIT. It explains a revolutionary yet more invasive method of curing Dyslexia/ADD/ADHD. Dr Christopher Chambers, from the School of Psychology at Cardiff University, states the result of electrical currents to the brain were "intriguing", and offered the prospect not just of improving numerical skills, but having an impact on a wider range of conditions.
- McCrossin, Susan. Effect of the Brain Integration Technique (BIT) on Cortical Activity, Auditory Short-term Memory Performance and Reading Comprehension - Describes Brain Integration Technique (BIT) and Susan McCrossin's study that utilized an EEG method known as Steady State Visually Evoked Potential (SSVEP).
- Raterman, Karen. "Looking for Answers." Healthwell.com 18 October 2004. - Have you been questioning how to address your child's learning disorder? Here is a parent's guide to natural treatments.
- Riley, Marla. "Profile: Sue McCrossin." Women's Magazine August 2002. - A profile of Susan McCrossin and how she developed Brain Integration Technique.
- McCrossin, Susan. "The Philosophy of Muscle Monitoring." - Describes how muscle monitoring works, and what it can tell us about homeostasis or physiological balance in the body.
- McCrossin, Susan. "To Learn or Not to Learn, Why is the Question." - An introduction to Specific Learning Difficulties (SLDs).
- McCrossin, Susan. "LEAP: For the Assessment Correction of Specific Learning Difficulties." Positivehealth.com - Describes the Learning Enhancement Advanced Programme (LEAP), the pre-cursor to Brain Integration Technique (BIT).
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