Bell, K., Russel, C. (2017). Motor learning, a review and directions in research. Nova science publishers. (Chapter in book).
Vashdi, E. (2014). The influence of Initial Phoneme Cue technique according to the VML method on word formation with a child who has apraxia of speech and autism – A case study. International Journal Child Health Human Development. 7(2): 197-203.
Merrick, J., Aspler, S. & Morad, M. (2013). Disability and Chronic Disease. (chapter in this book).
Vashdi, E. (2013). Using VML (verbal motor learning) method techniques in treatment of prosody disorder due to childhood apraxia of speech: A case study. Int J Child Health Hum Dev;6(2):255-260.
Vashdi E., Y. Hutzler & D. Roth. (2008). Compliance of children with moderate to severe intellectual disability to treadmill walking: a pilot study. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 52(5):371-379.
Vashdi E. Roth D. (2005). Effect of Backpack (weight) carrying on erector spine and trapezius muscles recruitment, in a child with hypotonia, scoliosis and severe mental retardation. The physiotherapy journal (Hebrew). Vol 7,1: 5-8.
Vashdi E. & Roth D. (2004). The effects of treadmill (inclination) training on toe walking of a child with Mental Retardation and Cerebral Palsy. The physiotherapy journal (Hebrew). Vol 6, 2: 19-22.
Vashdi E. 2002. Long distance runner (Hebrew). Achva LTD, Haifa.
Vashdi, E. 2013. The correlation between Non speech Oral Motor Exercises (NSOME) and speech production in CAS treatment, a wide clinical retrospective research .
Vashdi, E. 2013. New Insights into CAS population profile.
Vashdi, E. 2013. CAS speech patterns.
Vashdi, E. 2013. Implications of word-initial vowel glottalization in Childhood Apraxia of Speech treatment.
Vashdi E. VML – innovative method for treating childhood apraxia of speech (English).
The VML book – text book constructing the theory and practice of the VML method
The VML reliability book – text book discussing the rielability of the VML method (Hebrew)
The philosophy of treatment – 50 articles discussing philosophical matters in pediatric rehabilitation (Hebrew).