“Music’s potential derives from its significant effects at a psycho-neuro-physiological level, facilitating and, in some cases, substantially reinforcing recovery processes.”
Therapeutic Use of Music in Hospitals: A Possible Intervention Model. Alfredo Raglio, PhD, The American Journal of Medical Quality.
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