Emotional, motivational and interpersonal responsiveness of children with autism in improvisational music therapy

Through behavioural analysis, this study investigated the social-motivational aspects of musical interaction between the child and the therapist in improvisational music therapy by measuring emotional, motivational and interpersonal responsiveness in children with autism during joint engagement episodes. The randomized controlled study ( n = 10) employed a single subject comparison design in two different conditions, improvisational music therapy and toy play sessions, and DVD analysis of sessions.

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Emotional, motivational and interpersonal responsiveness of children with autism in improvisational music therapy

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