A qualitative motion analysis study of voluntary hand movement induced by music in patients with Rett syndrome

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Go, T;
(2009)

Tohshin Go1, Asako Mitani21Center for Baby Science, Doshisha University, Kizugawa, Kyoto, Japan; 2Independent Music Therapist (Poco A Poco Music Room), Tokyo, JapanAbstract: Patients with Rett syndrome are known to respond well to music irrespective of their physical an... View more
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