FPJ Archives 3: Grant Proposals

Folder 1: Carnegie Grant Proposal, (6/3/54), “An Experimental Study in the Psychophysiology of Posture,” and correspondence
Folder 2: Reports to Tufts on research projects (6/16/55)
Folder 3: Technical paper by Jones and O’Connell given to the Photographic Society of America, (10/8/55), “Multiple-Image Photography for the Analysis of Human Movement Patterns.”
Folder 4: Progress Report (study), (11/29/55), “Research in the Psychophysiology of Posture.”
Folder 5: Grant Proposal to the National Science Foundation, (1/30/56), “Proposal for an Experimental Study of Postural Reflexes in Man.”
Folder 6: Grant Proposal to the Public Health Service, (3/1/56), “Proposal for an Experimental Study of Postural Reflexes in Man.”
Folder 7: Contract for Carnegie Grant Budget (10/19/54-8/31/56)
Folder 8: Final Report to Carnegie Foundation, “Research in the Psychophysiology of Posture,” (12/27/56).
Folder 9: Public Health Service Grant Budget, (9/1/56-8/31/57)
Folder 10: Proposal for extension of research grant to Public Health Service, “Postural Reflex Patterns in Man,” (5/31/58).
Folder 11: Progress Report (study) to Public Health Service, “Postural Reflex Patterns in Man,” (5/31/58).
Folder 12: Contract for Public Health Service Grant Budget (9/1/57-8/31/58)
Folder 13: Jones and Hanson, “Neck Muscle Tension and Postural Change,” paper delivered to Eastern Psychological Association (4/4/59)
Folder 14: Grant Proposal to Public Health Service, “Kinesthesis and the Postural Reflexes,”(6/26/59)
Folder 15: Jones, Paper given at First International Congress in Copenhagen, “Head Balance as a Mechanism of Behavior: An Experimental Approach to the Work of F. Matthias Alexander,” (7/31/59)
Folder 16: Public Health Service Grant Budget (9/1/58-8/31/59)
Folder 17: Grant Proposal to the Rockefeller Foundation, “Kinesthesis and the Postural Reflexes,” (8/7/59).
Folder 18: Public Health Service Grant Budget (9/1/59-8/31/60)
Folder 19: Public Health Service Grant Budget (3/1/60~2/28/64)
Folder 20: Grant Proposal to the Public Health Service, “Kinesthesis and the Postural Reflexes,” (12/23/60).
Folder 21: Public Health Service Grant Budget (3/1/61-2/28/62)
Folder 22: Proposal to the Public Health Service, “Proposal for a Systematic Study of Abnormal Patterns of Human Movement to be Recorded By Multiple-Image Photography,” (6/29/61), and correspondence
Folder 23: Progress Report to Public Health Service, “Kinesthesis and the Postural Reflexes (12/28/61)
Folder 24: Proposal Renewal and Progress Report (study) to Health Education and Welfare (5/29/62), “Kinesthesis and the Postural Reflexes,” (1%2)
Folder 25: Grant Proposal to Human Education and Welfare, by John A. Hanson, “A Developmental Study of Movement Patterns in Gross Motor Performance,” (6/30/62)
Folder 26: Proposal to Dept of Health Education and Welfare, “Multiple-Image Photography of Pathological Movement,” (July 1962)
Folder 27: Proposal to Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (HEW), “Kinesthesis and the Postural Reflexes,” (10/1/62) and progress report
Folder 28: Proposal to Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (HEW), #2, “Training in Postural Kinesthesis as an Aid in Rehabilitation,” (6/1/63) and correspondence
Folder 29: Final Report to HEW, “Kinesthesis and the Postural Reflexes,” (4/20/64)
Folder 30: Proposal to National Institute of Health, “Effects of Small Postural Changes on Heart Rate,” (5/16/66)
Folder 31: Proposal to National Institute of Health, “Kinesthesis and Postural Set,” (6/1/66)
Folder 32: Proposal to National Science Foundation, “Kinesthesis and Postural Set,” (6/5/66)
Folder 33: Proposal to Public Health Service, “Auditory Feedback For Inhibiting Neck-Muscle Tension,” (January 1969)
Folder 34: Proposal to Public Health Service, “Effects of Headrests on Driver Alertness,” (March 1967)
Folder 35: F.P. Jones,”The Work of F.M. Alexander as an Introduction to Dewey’s Philosophy of Education,” (1943), and correspondence
Folder 36: Proposal to Public Health Service, “Force-Platform Analysis of the Startle Pattern,” (6/27/68)
Folder 37: Proposal to National Science Foundation, “Psychophysiology of Postural Set,” (September 1968), and correspondence
Folder 38: Proposal to National Institute of Health, “Psychophysiology of Postural Set,” (October 1968)
Folder 39: Small Grant Proposal to PHS, “Analysis of Experimental Data on Postural Responses,” (6/1/69)
Folder 40: Proposal to NASA, “The Electromyogram as an Index of Annoyance,” (12/30/70)
Folder 41: Eric Grants Manual
Folder 42: Heart Association Grant Proposals
Folder 43: PHS Expenditures, Regulations
Folder 44: Proposed Study of Pain Response
Folder 45 (A-G) 
Adams, Deborah Fishbein, An Introduction to the Alexander Technique—For Pianists and Their Teachers, June 1992
Atkinson, Carla, Forward and Up at Fifty, 1943
Austin, John H., and Ausubel, Pearl, “Enhanced Respiratory Muscular Function in Normal Adults after Lessons in Proprioceptive Musculoskeletal Education without Exercises,” Chest, Vol 102, Aug. 1992
Ballard, Kathleen J., “On Learning and Teaching the Alexander Technique,” F.M. Alexander STAT Memorial Lecture, 1989 (Folder 45)
Ben-Or, Nelly, “A Pianist’s Thoughts on the Alexander Technique”; “A Pianist’s Adventure with the Alexander Technique”
Brown, Richard A.. The Alexander Technique: Therapy for the Whole Person
Carrington, Dilys, Human Movement, reprinted together with Notes on the Alexander Technique in Two Notes on the F. Matthias Alexander Technique, Sheildrake Press, 1977 .
Frederick, Lena, Notes on the Alexander Technique, reprinted togather with Human Movement in Two Notes on the F. Matthias Alexander Technique, Sheildrake Press, 1977
Clark, Jean, Talking About The Alexander Technique
Dennis, Ron, Dysponesis: Or, Misuse Revisited
DeWeese, A., Constructive Coordination, 1943
Douglas, M., Control of Functioning, letter to Lancet, 1939; A Unique Example of Operational Verification During Scientific Experimentation, 1946. Re-Orientation of the Viewpoint upon the Study of Anatomy, 1937
Esbenshade, Anne, The Alexander Technique: A Positive Approach to Health, talk given at the Western Australian School of Nursing
Frank, Alma, A Study in Infant Development
Garlick, David, “The Lost Sixth Sense- A Medical Scientist Looks at the Alexander Technique,” 1990
Gummere, Richard, On Becoming More Human, Prologue to Centerline Press Edition of Man’s Supreme Inheritance.
Folder 46 (H-Q)
Harwood, Laura, “Integrating the Alexander Technique into a Kindergarten Class,” 1991
Laub, Grethe An Alexander Teacher’s View of Child Education — An Interview, May, 1982
Leibowitz, Judy, The Alexander Technique
MacDonald, Patrick, Psycho-Physical Integrity;The F. Matthias Alexander Technique — A Short Introduction Letter to Kingston Health Chronicle
MacDonald, Dr. Peter, Control of Functioning, letter to British Medical Journal, 1939
Murdoch, A., The Function of the Sub-Occipital Muscles: The Key to Posture, Use and Functioning
Margolen, Richard, A Quick Survey of Relaxation Techniques
Magnus, Rudolf, The Physiological A Priori, Lane Lectures on Experimental Pharmacology and Medicine “Haltung,” Chapter III of Komerstellung (Body Posture)
Head Posture and Muscle Tone– Clinical Observations,” A. Simons
McCormack, Eric David, Abstract entitled “Frederick Matthias Alexander and John Dewey: A Neglected Influence”
Murray, Alexander, John Dewey and F.M. Alexander: 36 Years of Friendship, F. Matthias Alexander, Memorial Lecture.
Neil, Charles A., Body Management in Nursing; Posture at Work; The Alexander Technique and the Training of Actors: Two Interviews, Ed., Judith Proppper.
Marjorie Nelson, Short untitled paper on the Alexander Technique
Folder 47 (R-Z)
Rugg-Gunn, A, Physiological Gradients, F. Matthias Alexander Memorial Lecture
F. Matthias Alexander and the Problem of Animal Behaviour
Skynner, Robin, How to Alexanderize Yourself
Tasker, Irene, Connecting Links
TengwalI, Roger, A Report on the Work of F. Matthias Alexander
Thompson, L.W., Statement sent to Chris Robb for Globe article, 1981
The Teaching of Frank Pierce Jones: A Personal Memoir, from the Alexandrian.
Tursi, Francis, The Problem of Excessive Psycho-Physical Tension in String Performance, in American String Teacher
Wielopolska, Catherine, and Pazzaglini, Dr. Mario, “The Discovery and Use of the Eye Order in Teaching the Alexander Work”
Folder 48: Barlow, Wilfred
Knowing How To Stop, Medical Press and Circular, 1945
The Muddle of Medical Meaning,” St. Thomas’s Hospital Gazette, 1947
The Mind-Body Relationship
An Investigation into Kinaesthesia, The Medical Press and Circular, 1946
Letters on the F.M. Alexander Technique of Re-education,n:pintfdficm trelaut, 1945 Anxiety and
Muscle Tension, Modem Trends in Psychosomatic Medicine
Anxiety and Muscle-Tension Pain, The British Journal of Clinical Practice, 1959
Mr. F.M. Alexander, the Use of the Self, The Times, 1955
The Alexander Libel Action, Lancet, 1950
Dr. Wilfred Bartow: Postural’ Deformity, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1956
Postural Homeostasis: Annals of Physical Medicine, 1952
Anxiety and Muscle Tension, British Journal of Physical Medicine, 1947
Dr. Barlow’s notes, taken during Alexander’s actual teaching
The Alexander Principle, British Vogue, 1973
Folder 49 : Barstow, Marjorie
An Interview by Don Mixon, 1977
An Interview by Janet O’Brien Stillwell, Somatics, 1981
The Use of the Self, notes from Alexander workshop, 1976
“Technique’ Helps Body Flow, article on Barstow and the AT in Ohio State Lantern, 1974
Papers by Barstow students, 1972
Head Belongs on Spine, article on Barstow and AT from Dallas Limies Herald, 1971 (with Black, Pamela)
The Alexander Technique as a Method of Tension Control, American Association for the Advancement of Tension Control, 1979
Folder 50: Brown, Richard A.
(with Kenneth Fader) Responsiveness to Pain: Stimulus Specificity Versus Generality The Alexander Technique: Therapy for the Whole Person
Proposal and Master’s Thesis
Folder 51: Carrington, W.H.M.
The F. Matthias Alexander Technique: A Means of Understanding Man, 1963
Balance as a Function of Intelligence, Systematics, 1970
Man’s Future as an Individual, Centenary Memorial Lecture, 1969
The F. Matthias Alexander Technique –A Means of Change, 1968
Talks on the Alexander Technique:
-How-to, 1973
|-Breathing, 1972
-How to Explain the Technique: The Work of Dr. Frank Pierce Jones,” 1965
Centre News, 1963-1974
Introduction to Centerline Press Edition of Constructive Conscious Control of the Individual, 1984
Folder 52: Dart, Raymond
The Attainment of Poise, South African Medical Journal, 1947
Voluntary Musculature in the Human Body–The Double Spiral Arrangement, British Physical Medicine
The Postural Aspect of Malocclusion, The Official Journal of the D.A. S.A., 1946.
The History of Physiotherapy Education in South Africa, South African Journal of Physiotherapy, 1961
Papers on Australopithecus
Folder 53: Jones, F. P.
(with Gilley, P.F.M., Jr.) Head Balance and Sitting Posture: An X-ray Analysis. J. Psychol., 1960.
(with Hanson, J.A.) Time-Space Pattern in a Gross Body Movement. Percept Mot. Skills, 1961
(with Gray, Florence E., Hanson, J.A., & Shoop, J.N.) Neck-Muscle Tension and the Postural Image. Ergonomics, 1961
(with Hanson, J.A. & Gray, Florence E.) Head Balance and Sittiing Posture II: The Role of the Sternomastoid Muscle. J. Psychol., 1961
(with Hanson,I.A.) Note on the Persistence of Pattern in a Gross Body Movement. Percept. Mot. Skills, 1962
The Influence of Postural Set on Pattern of Movement in Man. Paper presented at the First Symposium of the Fulton Society on Motor and Premotor Areas, Atlantic City, June 1963. (Published in Int. J. Neurology, 1963)
(with Hanson, J.A., Miller, J.K. & Bossom, J.) Quantitative Analysis of Abnormal Movement: the Sit-to-Stand Pattern. Am. J. Phy. Med., 1963
A Note on the Latinity of Sir Charles Sherington. Am Scientist, 1963
Die Kinasthetische Wahrnehmung von Jaltung und Bewegung. In Eutonie. Karl F. Haug Verlag, Ulm/Donau, 1964
Startle as a Paradigm of Malposture. Percept. Mot. Skills, 1964
(with Hanson, J.A.) Postural Set and Overt Movement: A Force-platform Analysis. Percept. Mot. Skills, 1970
(with Hanson, J.A.) Fatigue Effects of Patterns of Movement. Ergonomics, 1971
Human Movement and the Response to Gravity. Lecture given on President’s Day, Tufts University, March 14, 1970
An Experimental Study of the Alexander Technique. STUD. MED. (Copenhagen)April, 1971
Voice Production as a Function of Head Balance in Singers. J. Psychol., 1972
Learning How to Lea:m: An Operational Definition of the Alexander Technique. London: The Shieldrake Press, 1974
Folder 54: Jones, F.P. (cont.)
The Work of F.M. Alexander as an Introduction to Dewey’s Philosophy of Education. School and Society, January 1943
(with Kennedy, J.L.) An Electromyographic Technique for Recording the Startle Pattern. J. Psychol., 1951
F.M. Alexander and the Reeducation of Feeling. General Semantics Bulletin, (SpringSummer), 1951
Psychophysical Reeducation and the Postural Reflexes. Lecture given at the Science Weekend, Bard College, May 1953
A Mechanism for Change. IN P. Sorokin (ed.), Forms and Techniques of Altruistic and Spiritual Growth. Boston: Beacon Press, 1954
(with Narva, M.) Interrupted Light Photography to Record the Effect of Changes in the Poise of the Head upon Patterns of Movement and Posture in Man. J. Pyschol., 1955
(with O’Connell, D.N.) Applications of Multiple-Image Photgraphy in Time-Motion Analysis of Human Movement. Photographic Science and Technique, 1956
Stereo Plus Electronic Flash Record Human Movements. Industrial Photography, January, 1957
(With O’Connell, D.N. & Hanson, J.A.) Color-coded Multiple Image Photography for Studying Related Rates of Movement. J. Psychol.,1958
(With O’Connell, D.N) Posture as a Function of Time. J Psychol., 1958
(with Gray, Florence E., Hanson, J.A., & O’Connell, D.N.) An Experimental Study of the Effect of Head Balance on Patterns of Posture and Movement in Man. J. Psychol., 1959
An Examination of the Theory of a Primary Control as a Basis for a Science of Education, undated paper
Folder 55: Jones, F.P. (cont.)
Awareness, Freedom and Muscular Control. Musical America, January, 1949
Method for Changing Stereotyped Response Patterns by the Inhibition of Certain Postural Sets. Psychol. Rev., 1965
(with Hanson, J.A.) The Movement Pattern as an Index of Fatigue. Report No. I, U.S. Army MR&D Command, Office of the Surgeon General, Washington D.C. April 1966
(with Gray, Florence E. & Hanson, J.A.) Postural Aspects of Neck-Muscle Tension. Ergonomics, 1966
Letters from John Dewey in the Wessell Library. Educational Theory, 1967
The Organization of Awareness. Paper presented at Michigan State University, May 1967. (Reprinted together with Awareness, Freedom and Muscular Control (1949), in A Technique for Musicians, London: The Sheildrake Press, 1968)
“Synidetics”: The Study of Conscious Experience. Amer. Psychol., 1968
(with Hanson, J.A.) Heart Rate and Small Postural changes in Man. Ergonomics, 1970
Folder 56: Jones, F.P. (cont.)
Aldous Huxley and F. Matthias Alexander. Lecture given at the English Department Colloquium, Tufts University, December 8,1971. (published in The Alexander Review May 1987)
Psychophysical Reeducation and the Postural Reflexes, Paper read at the Science Weekend at Bard College, May 9,1953
The Alexander Technique, Lecture given to Professor Sam McLaughlin’s class in Altered States, Nov. 3, 1972
Folder 57: Jones, F.P. (cont.)
A New Field for Inquiry. The Alexander Review, January 1986
Gravity and the Postural Reflexes in Man, undated
Problems of Tension and Fatigue, 1953
Untitled paper on the Alexander Technique, 1972
Lecture Given at Indiana University School of Music at Bloomington, March, 1975
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