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The effect of bilingual music therapy on the expressive language of Spanish speaking children who are learning English in early childhood classrooms
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of bilingual music therapy on expressive language output in special needs children learning English in early childhood classrooms. Eleven English language learners ...
An investigation of the effect of rhythmic movement on patients with chronic schizophrenia
This study investigates whether mood, attention and concentration, gross motor skills, and social interaction can be stimulated in people diagnosed with schizophrenia through a program of rhythmic movement to music. A group ...
Campus interpersonal violence in the Lone Star State: Available resources for students experiencing relationship violence, sexual assault, and stalking
At colleges and universities, students are at particular risk of experiencing interpersonal violence. College students have experienced relationship violence, unwanted sexual contact, and stalking, which have impacted them ...
Sources of sexual knowledge and associated outcomes in a deaf population
The state of sexuality education in the United States is currently the subject of much research. Presently, federal funding supports abstinence-only sexuality education, which has been strongly associated with negative ...
Dorothy Brin Crocker: Her contributions to the field of music therapy
The purpose of this study was to determine how the contributions of Dorothy Brin Crocker may have impacted the field of music therapy. Interviews were conducted with the subject, family members, and colleagues. Information ...
Assessing pragmatic language in children through a brief assessment of idiom comprehension: a pilot study
The purpose of this study was to assess pragmatic language in children within a clinical population (i.e., children with ASD and ADHD) and nonclinical population (i.e., typically developing children) by using a newly formed ...