1. Brodsky, W. (1983). Blissongs: Augmentative Singing For The Non-Verbal Multi-Handicapped Client. Philadelphia, Pa.: Author.
2. Brodsky, W. and Niedorf, H. (1986). "Songs from the Heart": new paths to greater maturity. The Arts In Psychotherapy, 13, 333-341. pdf
3. Brodsky, W. (1987-88). Music therapy as a supportive modality for maladjusted new immigrant children. AMHAI Newsletter, 7, 8-14. Highland Park, IL.: AMHAI (Association for Mental Health Affiliation with Israel) pdf
4. Brodsky, W. (1989). Music therapy as an intervention for children with cancer in isolation rooms. Music Therapy, 8, 17-34. pdf
5. Brodsky, W. (1990). Disassociative ego functions of the creative musician: the "schizophonic realm." The Creative Child And Adult Quarterly, 15, 183-188. pdf
6. Brodsky, W. (1990). Group improvisation within music therapy: a medium for intervention and change. In E. Chigier (ed) Youth And Disability, pp. 247-255. London: Freund Publishing House. pdf
7. Brodsky, W. (1991). A personal perspective of the power of music and mass communication, prior to and during the Gulf War crisis in Israel: implications for music therapy. Music Therapy, 10, 99-113.
8. Brodsky, W., Sloboda J. A. and Waterman, M. G. (1994). An exploratory investigation into auditory style as a correlate and predictor of music performance anxiety. Medical Problems Of Performing Artists, 9, 101-112. pdf
9. Brodsky, W. (1996). Music performance anxiety reconceptualised: a critique of current research practices and findings. Medical Problems Of Performing Artists, 11, 88-98. pdf
10. Brodsky, W. and Sloboda, J. A. (1997). Clinical trial of a music generated vibrotactile therapeutic environment for musicians: main effects and outcome differences between therapy subgroups. Journal Of Music Therapy, 34, 2-32. pdf
11. Brodsky, W. (1997). Auditivity - a cognitive and psychological orientation based on sensory preferences for audition. In A. Gabrielson (ed) Proceedings Of The Third Triennial ESCOM Conference (European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music), pp. 317-322. Sweden: Department of Psychology Uppsala University. pdf
12. Brodsky, W. and Sloboda, J. A. (1997). The effects of whole-body acoustic stimulation on subjective relaxation, verbalization, and visual imagery among professional orchestra musicians. In A. Gabrielson (ed) Proceedings Of The Third Triennial ESCOM Conference (European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music), pp. 323-328. Sweden: Department of Psychology Uppsala University. pdf
13. Brodsky, W., Henik, A., Rubinstein, B. and Zorman, M. (1998). Demonstrating inner hearing among highly-trained expert musicians. Proceedings of the 5th ICMPC (International Congress of the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition), pp. 237-242. Seoul, Korea: Western Music Research Institute. pdf
14. Brodsky, W., Henik, A., Rubinstein, B. and Zorman, M. (1999). Inner hearing among symphony orchestra musicians: intersectional differences of string-players versus wind-players. In Suk Won Yi (ed) Music, Mind, And Science. Chapter 20, pp. 374-396. Seoul, Korea: Seoul National University Press.
15. Brodsky, W. (1999). Auffuhrungsangste bei Musikern als musikbezogenes Phanomen: Ein neues Konzept (Reconceptualizing music performance anxiety as a music-related phenomenon). Musikphysologie und Musikermedzin, 6, 14-18 [German language Journal of Music Physiology and Music Medicine] pdf
16. Brodsky, W. (2000). Post-exposure effects of music-generated vibration and whole-body acoustic stimulation among symphony orchestra musicians. Psychology Of Music, 28, 98-115. pdf
17. Brodsky, W. (2002). The effects of music tempo on simulated driving performance and vehicular control. Transportation Research, Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 4, 219-241. pdf
18. Brodsky, W. (2003). Joseph Schillinger (1895-1943): Music science promethean. American Music, 21, 45-73 pdf PPT Presentation: Part I Part II
19. Brodsky, W., Henik, A., Rubinstein, B. and Zorman, M. (2003). Auditory imagery from musical notation in expert musicians. Perception & Psychophysics, 65, 602-612. pdf
20. Brodsky, W. (2004). Developing The Keele Assessment Of Auditory Style (KAAS): A Factor-Analytic Study Of Cognitive Trait Predisposition For Audition. Musicae Scientiae, 7, 83-108. pdf
21. Brodsky, W. (2004). Essay Review of 'Music From The Ether: Original Works For Theremin', performed by Lydia Kavina (Mode Records #76, 1999). American Music, 22(1), 192-197. pdf
22. Brodsky, W. (2005). The effects of metronomic pendular adjustment versus tap-tempo input on the stability and accuracy of tempo perception. Cognitive Processing, 6, 117-127. pdf
23. Brodsky, W. (2006). In the wings of British orchestras: a multi-episode interview study of symphony players. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 79, 673-690. pdf
24. Brodsky, W., Kessler, Y., Rubinstein, B. S., Ginsborg, J., and Henik, A. (2008). The mental representation of music notation: notational audiation. Journal Of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 34, 427-445. pdf
25. Cohen-Kadosh, R., Brodsky, W., Levin, M., and Henik, A. (2008). Mental representation: What can pitch tell us about the distance effect? Cortex, 44, 470-477. pdf
26. Brodsky, W. (2009). Commentary on “The Effects of Musical Fit On Choice Between Competing Pairs of Cultural Products” by Joanne P.S. Yeoh & Adrian C. North (Empirical Musicology Review, Vol. 4, pp. 130-133). Empirical Musicology Review, 4, 146-150. pdf(Article) pdf(Commentary)
27. Brodsky, W., and Sulkin, I. (2011). Handclapping songs: a spontaneous platform for cognitive development among children 5-10 years old. Early Child Development And Care, 181, 1111-1136.
pdf hand clapping songs demo.wmv
28. Brodsky, W. (2011). Developing a functional method to apply music in branding: design language generated music. Psychology Of Music, 39, 261-283. pdfMultimedia Appendix
29. Brodsky, W. (2011). Rationale behind investigating positive aging among symphony orchestra musicians: A call for a new arena of empirical study, Musicae Scientiae,15, 3-15. pdf
30. Brodsky, W. and Kizner, M. (2012). Exploring an alternative in-car music background designed for driver safety. Transportation Research, Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 15(2), 162-173.
pdf ©Kizner (2007) Music 8-track sampler.mp3
31. Sulkin I. & Brodsky, W. (submitted). Parental Preferences To Music Stimuli Of Devices And Playthings For Infants And Babies. ⓒ Sulkin (2012) Paralang Songs.mp3
32. Brodsky, W. and Slor, Z. (Submitted). Background Music As A Risk Factor For Distraction Among Young Drivers: An IVDR Study.