Author Article Year Vol Pages
Anon. A Focus on IBISS from the Diary. Healing. Learning. Creativity. 1996 15.1 p.3
Anon. Introducing Motus Humanus 2008 27.1 p.6
Anon. Motus Humanus Advanced Seminar 2008 27.4 pp.10-11
Barber, L. Laban for Accessing Teenage Drama 2010 29.3 pp.4-5
Baybutt, A. Practicing Movement for Voice 2011 30.3 pp.10-11
Bentzen, S. Physiotherapy and Laban’s Movement Analysis 2011 30.3 pp.13-14
Boorman, J. Shropshire Keep Fit Association 37
Corlett, H. The Influence of Rudolf Laban’s Theories on the Development of Educational Gymnastics in England 31
Crosthwaite, E. Laban Inspires Suffolk Youth Theatre 2010 29.1 pp.8-9
Crosthwaite, E. The Country Wife, an SYT production. Working with Walli Meier 2010 29.3 pp.6-8
Culver, F. Movement and Industry 17
Culver, F. The Fear of Change in Industry 23
Curl, G. and others Questions for the Experts – Laban’s Influence on Movement and Drama 2003 22.3 Pp8,9
Curl, G. Movement in Nature and the Arts 2004 32.1 p. 9-12
Curl, G. Questions for the Experts – Michael Platt 2004 23.3 pp.14-15
Plus review – a Brechtian Masterpiece
Curl, G. Questions for the Experts – Warren Lamb 2005 24.1 pp.14-15
Curl, G. Mastery of Movement on the Stage – Suffolk Youth Theatre 2006 25.1 pp.45-48
Curl, G. “Yerma”- Suffolk Youth Theatre 2006 25.3 pp.12-14
Davies, E. Men and Women are so Different  (Part 2) 2002 21.4 pp.4-6
Deicher, C. An Experiment Towards a New Pedagogy in Relation to Architecture 2012 31.1 pp.13-17
Dewey, M. The Significance of Rudolf Laban’s Studies in Human Movement 26
Elliott, J. Developing a Laban-based Community within a Health Care Setting 2009 28.1 pp.10-11
Elliott, J. Dance Mirrors – A Dance Experience in Healthcare (1) 2009 28.2 pp.10-12
Elliott, J. Dance Mirrors – A Dance Experience in Healthcare (1) 2009 28.3 pp.16-18
Gladding, L. Dance as Art 2020 39.2 pp.10-11
Griffiths, W. Is Sport Good for Us 2002 21.3 p.6
Hammonds, D.M. Drama as an Art 7
Hermelin, W. Dancing Stitches 2006 Supp. p.14
Hermelin, W. Threads of Memory – Footprints of Time 2007 26.1 pp.13-15
Hinley, J. A Correlation of Movement and Art 36
Howlett, R. Contemporary Knowledge of Kinesiology and its Application to the Field of Dance 35
Imus, S. Laban/Lamb Legacy 2008 27.1 pp.7-8
Imus, S Managing Resources: Practical Applications 2008 27.1 pp.8-9
Of MPA within an Academic Institution
Johnston, S. Human Development – Body with Mind. 1996 15.1 pp.4-5
Johnston, S. Action Profile system. 1998 17.3 p.15
Kuppers, P. Dancing Quietly – Dancing Sense 2004 23.1 p.14-15
Laban-Lawrence Selection in Practice 8
Laban-Lawrence The Use of Laban-Lawrence Effort Assessment in Promoting Good Industrial Relations 10
Lamb, W. Recruiting and Assessing from the Evidence of Movement Behaviour 37
Lamb, W. Development of Action Profiling I 1987 76 May
Lamb, W. Development of Action Profiling II 1988 77 May
Lamb, W. Development of Action Profiling III 1989 78 May
Lamb, W. Development of Action Profiling IV 1990 79 May
Lamb, W. The Essence of Gender in Movement. Part 1 1993 12.1 pp.1-3
Lamb, W. The Essence of Gender in Movement. Part 2. 1993 12.2 pp.3,8
Lamb, W. The Essence of Gender in Movement. Final part. 1993 12.3 p.7
Lamb, W. Movement Pattern Analysis/Action Profiling: The Difference. Movement Pattern Analysis. 2000 19.1 pp.4-5
Lamb, W. The Significance of Movement Analysis 2003 22.1 pp.4-5
Lamb, W. The Significance of Movement Analysis 2003 22.2 pp.4-5
Lamb, W. Treasure Trove! Warren Lamb donates his archive to the NRCD 2004 23.4 pp.4-5
Lamb, W. The Actor’s Movement 2010 29.1 pp.10-11
Lamb, W. A Brief Introduction to Movement and Gender 2011 30.2 pp.14-15
Leonard, M. Architecture and Dance Part 1 8
Leonard, M. Architecture and Dance Part 2 9
Leonard, M. Architecture and Dance Part 3 10
Loman, S. Therapy with Expectant Families 2003 22.4 p.13
Long, M. Dance and Art 10
Longstaff, J Continuous Flux and Flow of Effort and Shape 2008 27.4 pp.12-17
McBride, J. An Introduction to Movement Pattern Analysis 2010 29.1 p.12
Meier, W. The Influence of Rudolf Laban’s Work on the Keep Fit Association of England and Wales 36
Mitchelson, M. The Clown, the Mask, the Buffoon, the Chorus. 1995 14.4 p.5
Mitchelson, M. The Balinese Mask Tradition 2003 22.1 pp.7-8
Moore, C-L, Laban’s Concepts of Health 2006 25.1 Pp31-32
Moore, C-L. Laban in the United States 2008 27.1 p.4-5
Moore, C-L. Laban and Theatre Pedagogy 2010 29.3 pp.11-12
O’Hanlon, L. The Sacredness in Movement and Dance (1) 2007 26.4 pp.12-13
O’Hanlon, L. The Sacredness in Movement and Dance (2) 2008 27.1 pp.19-20
Panet, B. Laban as an Essential Skill for Actors 2009 28.2 p.9
Pease, E. Stage Movement 23
Potter, F. Dancing in Partnership with Business. 2000 19.2 pp.10-11
Ramsden, P. Movement and Motivation 1991 80 May
Ramsden, P. Movement Profiling Analysis/Action Profiling: The Difference. The future of the Action Profile System. 2000 19.1 pp.5-6
Redfern, B. Movement and Speech Part 1 26
Redfern, B. Movement and Speech Part 2 27
Redfern, B. Movement and Speech Part 3 28
Redfern, B. Movement and Speech Part 4 29
Redfern, B. Movement and Speech Part 5 31
Redfern, B. Movement and Speech Concluded 34
Robertson, S. On Modelling Blindfold 13
Royston, D. Laban and Littlewood 2019 38.2 pp.5-7
Saint-Smith, S. ICKL Conference 2007 2008 27.2 pp.9-21
Salter, A. Movement in Psychotherapy 2008 27.3 Pp8-9
Sitwell, P. The Art of Movement and Ski-ing 30
Sundermier, L. Dance Science and the Dance Teacher 1991 80 May
Ward, A. Approaching Art through Dance 1986 75 Sep
Ward, A. From Dance to Art – the value of Laban-based work in education 2018 37.1 pp.23-24
Wolf, A. The ‘Laban Toolbox’ in the Music Classroom 2018 37.1 pp.5-7