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|Multiple Exemplar Instruction||
Multiple exemplar instruction is a another term for multiple exemplar instruction, which means using multiple examples when training (or teaching) someone.
|Multiple Exemplar Training||
Multiple exemplar training means using multiple examples when training (or teaching) someone.
Multiples is another term for multi-vitamin supplements, dietary supplements which contain a wide range of different minerals and other nutrients.
Multisystemic therapy is a comprehensive family- and community-based treatment approach.
Muscular dystrophy is a group of conditions characterised by progressive muscle weakness and loss of muscle tissue.
|Music Based Sound Stimulation||
Music based sound stimulation is a technique used in the Listening Program, an audio-based therapy, in which an individual listens to musical CDs.
Music therapy uses singing, live music making and/or composition techniques to encourage people to engage in spontaneous and creative musical activities.
|Musical Attention Control Training||
Musical attention control training (MACT) is a form of music therapy which consists of structured active or receptive musical exercises involving pre-composed performance or improvisation in which musical elements cue different musical responses to practice sustained, selective, divided, alternating, etc. attention functions.
Elective mutism is a condition in which children talk in one situation, for example, at home, but remain silent elsewhere, for example, at school.
MVMs is another term for multi-vitamin supplements, dietary supplements which contain a wide range of different minerals and other nutrients.
Myocalm is a brand name for piracetam, a drug sometimes taken as a dietary supplement.
Myocrysine is a brand name for gold sodium thiomalate, a form of gold salts used to treat inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.
Myrac is a brand name of minocycline, a type of tetracycline antibiotic drug used to treat bacterial infections.
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