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Music Therapy for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder

By Geretsegger, Monika; Elefant, Cochavit; Mössler, Karin A.; Gold, Christian


This online article, written in Japanese, summarizes a research review conducted to determine whether music therapy is an effective intervention to promote social and communication skills in people on the autism spectrum. The review indicated that music therapy may be effective. However, the authors note more evidence is needed to determine how long the effects of music therapy last.

This resource is available in English, Chinese, Croatian, French, Japanese, Polish, Russian, and Spanish.

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