Research

The  

SIPARI®  

therapy  

was  

developed  

by  

Dr.  

Jungblut  

and  

is  

applied  

exclusively  

by  

trained  

and  

certified

therapists  

or  

Dr.  

Jungblut  

herself.  

Those,  

who  

are  

interested  

in  

this  

treatment  

should  

check  

that  

the  

 

providing therapist successfully completed the SIPARI® trainings.

Publications Jungblut, M. & Aldridge, D. (2004): Musik als Brücke zur Sprache – die musiktherapeutische Behandlungsmethode “SIPARI®“ bei Langzeitaphasikern. Neurologie & Rehabilitation, 10 (2): 69-78. Jungblut, M. (2005): Music therapy for people with chronic aphasia: a controlled study. In: Aldridge, D. (Ed.): Music therapy and neurological rehabilitation. Performing health.  Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London and Philadelphia, 189- 211. Jungblut, M. Gerhard, H. & Aldridge, D. (2006): Die Wirkung einer spezifischen musiktherapeutischen Behandlung auf die sprachlichen Leistungen eines chronisch kranken Globalaphasikers – eine Falldarstellung. Neurologie & Rehabilitation 12 (6), 339-347. Jungblut, M., Suchanek, M., Gerhard, H. (2009): Long-term recovery from chronic Global aphasia: a case report. Music & Medicine, Vol. 1, No. 1, 61-69.  Jungblut, M. (2009): SIPARI®: a music therapy intervention for patients suffering with chronic, nonfluent aphasia. Music & Medicine, Vol. 1, No. 2., 102-105 . Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Pustelniak, M., Schnitker, R., M. (2009): The neural substrates of chanted vowel changes in rhythm sequences. NeuroImage, 47 (1): S119. Jungblut, M. (2010): SIPARI® Musikunterstützte Sprachanbahnung bei chronischer Aphasie. Aphasie und verwandte Gebiete, 1, 69-79. Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Pustelniak, M., Schnitker, R. (2011): Neuronale Korrelate rhythmischer Strukturen beim Singen - eine fMRT-Studie. Neurologie & Rehabilitation, 17 (1): 33- 39. Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Pustelniak, M. and Schnitker, R. (2012): The impact of rhythm complexity on brain activation during simple singing - an event-related fMRI study. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 30 (1): 39-53. Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Mais, C. and Schnitker, R. (2014): Paving the way for speech: Voice-training-induced plasticity in chronic aphasia and apraxia of speech - three single cases. Neural Plasicity, Article ID 841982, 14 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/841982. Jungblut,M (2014): SIPARI® bei chronischer Aphasie und Sprechapraxie – Was fMRT-Untersuchungen zeigen. Aphasie und verwandte Gebiete,3, 29-36. Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Schnitker, R. (2016): Rhythm structure influences auditory-motor interaction during anticipatory listening to simple singing. Journal of Speech Pathology & Therapy, 1: 108.doi:10.4172/jspt.1000108.
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ePoster:

WCNR 2016, Philadelphia, PA OHBM 2014 Poster 3734, Hamburg, Germany OHBM 2014 Poster 1530, Hamburg, Germany HBM 2013, Seattle, WA OHBM 2010, Barcelona, Spain OHBM 2009, San Francisco, CA Poster GAB 2009 Poster GAB 2006

Our  

current  

research

  

with  

functional  

imaging  

(fMRI)  

regarding

the   

effects   

of   

rhythmic-melodic   

voice   

training   

SIPARI®   

on

language    

and    

speech    

motor    

capabilities,    

and    

associated

reorganization  

in  

patients  

with  

chronic  

aphasia  

and  

apraxia  

of

speech   

is   

carried   

out   

in   

cooperation   

with   

the   

University

Hospital  

Aachen  

(Prof.  

Binkofski,  

Prof.  

Huber)  

and  

the  

Brain

Imaging   

Facility   

of   

the   

Interdisciplinary   

Centre   

for   

Clinical

Research at the University Hospital Aachen.

Our  

recent  

study  

with  

patients  

suffering  

from  

chronic  

aphasia

and   

apraxia   

of   

speech   

already   

demonstrated   

that   

after   

50

SIPARI®  

sessions  

activation  

changed  

to  

left-hemisphere  

regions

round    

the    

lesion    

(extended    

black    

area)    

correlating    

with

significant  

improvements  

of  

language  

capabilities  

(assessed  

by

the  

Aachener  

Aphasie  

Test).  

  

Please  

see  

for  

example  

the  

results

of   

one   

participant   

of   

the   

study   

in   

a   

3D-model.   

For   

further

information, please see

Neural Plasticity

.

Red - before therapy

Green - after therapy

Thanks    

to    

André    

Schüppen    

(Brain    

Imaging    

Facility,    

IZKF,

University Hospital Aachen)!

For further information, please contact

Dr. rer. medic. Monika Jungblut

Am Lipkamp 14

Duisburg

Germany

tel.: +49 203 711319

S I P A R I ® 

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language and motor speech disorders

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S I P A R I ® 

music-supported training for patients with

language and motor speech disorders

Publications Jungblut, M. & Aldridge, D. (2004): Musik als Brücke zur Sprache – die musiktherapeutische Behandlungsmethode “SIPARI®“ bei Langzeitaphasikern. Neurologie & Rehabilitation, 10 (2): 69-78. Jungblut, M. (2005): Music therapy for people with chronic aphasia: a controlled study. In: Aldridge, D. (Ed.): Music therapy and neurological rehabilitation. Performing health.  Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London and Philadelphia, 189-211. Jungblut, M. Gerhard, H. & Aldridge, D. (2006): Die Wirkung einer spezifischen musiktherapeutischen Behandlung auf die sprachlichen Leistungen eines chronisch kranken Globalaphasikers – eine Falldarstellung. Neurologie & Rehabilitation 12 (6), 339-347. Jungblut, M., Suchanek, M., Gerhard, H. (2009): Long-term recovery from chronic Global aphasia: a case report. Music & Medicine, Vol. 1, No. 1, 61-69.  Jungblut, M. (2009): SIPARI®: a music therapy intervention for patients suffering with chronic, nonfluent aphasia. Music & Medicine, Vol. 1, No. 2., 102-105 . Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Pustelniak, M., Schnitker, R., M. (2009): The neural substrates of chanted vowel changes in rhythm sequences. NeuroImage, 47 (1): S119. Jungblut, M. (2010): SIPARI® Musikunterstützte Sprachanbahnung bei chronischer Aphasie. Aphasie und verwandte Gebiete, 1, 69-79. Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Pustelniak, M., Schnitker, R. (2011): Neuronale Korrelate rhythmischer Strukturen beim Singen - eine fMRT-Studie. Neurologie & Rehabilitation, 17 (1): 33-39. Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Pustelniak, M. and Schnitker, R. (2012): The impact of rhythm complexity on brain activation during simple singing - an event-related fMRI study. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 30 (1): 39-53. Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Mais, C. and Schnitker, R. (2014): Paving the way for speech: Voice-training-induced plasticity in chronic aphasia and apraxia of speech - three single cases. Neural Plasicity, Article ID 841982, 14 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/841982. Jungblut,M (2014): SIPARI® bei chronischer Aphasie und Sprechapraxie – Was fMRT-Untersuchungen zeigen. Aphasie und verwandte Gebiete,3, 29-36.Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Schnitker, R. (2016): Rhythm structure influences auditory- motor interaction during anticipatory listening to simple singing. Journal of Speech Pathology & Therapy, 1: 108.doi:10.4172/jspt.1000108. Jungblut, M., Huber, W., Schnitker, R. (2016): Rhythm structure influences auditory-motor interaction during anticipatory listening to simple singing. Journal of Speech Pathology & Therapy, 1: 108.doi:10.4172/jspt.1000108.
® music+speech

ePoster:

OHBM 2016, Geneva WCNR 2016, Philadelphia, PA OHBM 2014 Poster 3734, Hamburg, Germany OHBM 2014 Poster 1530, Hamburg, Germany HBM 2013, Seattle, WA OHBM 2010, Barcelona, Spain OHBM 2009, San Francisco, CA Poster GAB 2009 Poster GAB 2006

Our  

current  

research

  

with  

functional  

imaging  

(fMRI)  

regarding

the   

effects   

of   

rhythmic-melodic   

voice   

training   

SIPARI®   

on

language    

and    

speech    

motor    

capabilities,    

and    

associated

reorganization  

in  

patients  

with  

chronic  

aphasia  

and  

apraxia  

of

speech  

is  

carried  

out  

in  

cooperation  

with  

the  

University  

Hospital

Aachen   

(Prof.   

Binkofski,   

Prof.   

Huber)   

and   

the   

Brain   

Imaging

Facility  

of  

the  

Interdisciplinary  

Centre  

for  

Clinical  

Research  

at  

the

University Hospital Aachen.

Our  

recent  

study  

with  

patients  

suffering  

from  

chronic  

aphasia

and   

apraxia   

of   

speech   

already   

demonstrated   

that   

after   

50

SIPARI®  

sessions  

activation  

changed  

to  

left-hemisphere  

regions

round    

the    

lesion    

(extended    

black    

area)    

correlating    

with

significant  

improvements  

of  

language  

capabilities  

(assessed  

by

the  

Aachener  

Aphasie  

Test).  

  

Please  

see  

for  

example  

the  

results

of   

one   

participant   

of   

the   

study   

in   

a   

3D-model.   

For   

further

information, please see

Neural Plasticity

.

Red - before therapy

Green - after therapy

Thanks    

to    

André    

Schüppen    

(Brain    

Imaging    

Facility,    

IZKF,

University Hospital Aachen)!

For further information, please contact

Dr. rer. medic. Monika Jungblut

Am Lipkamp 14

Duisburg

Germany

tel.: +49 203 711319

The  

SIPARI®  

therapy  

was  

developed  

by  

Dr.  

Jungblut  

and  

is

applied  

exclusively  

by  

trained  

and  

certified  

therapists  

or

Dr.   

Jungblut   

herself.   

Those,   

who   

are   

interested   

in   

this

treatment   

should   

check   

that   

the   

providing   

therapist

successfully completed the SIPARI® trainings

.

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