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Staba 1 Jinah, Kim, Tony Wigram, and Christian Gold. "Emotional, Motivational, and Interpersonal Responsiveness of Children with Autism in Improvisational Music Therapy." Sage Publications . 13.4 (2009): 21. Print. This journal article goes right along almost exactly with my thesis statement. The article explores the effects of music therapy in relation to the emotional, motivational, and interpersonal responsiveness of children with autism. The article explains their experiments, which involves 10 children with autism, as using two different methods of therapy. One of them being music therapy, and the other was therapy using the use of toys. It is clear in this research that music therapy had a much greater effect. The toy play sessions had “no responses” in the subjects more than half the time. The article also
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Unformatted text preview: explains the fact that the most effective form of therapy also entails personal preferences that the subject may have. With this being said, the article still acknowledges the fact that music therapy might not be the best method of therapy for all subjects, but in general it has the most overall effectiveness on average. The article continues on with a full scientific paper including methods, procedures, results, and even data analysis. This research is going to provide crucial information to prove my thesis and support my arguments. This research encompasses experiments that are controlled and un-biased. That means that the hard evidence and facts taken from this article can be used to promote my argument. This article is going to provide the most crucial support for my paper...
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