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A Chinese mind-body exercise improves self-control of children with autism: a randomized controlled trial.

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Authors
Agnes S. Chan, Sophia L. Sze, Nicolson Y. Siu, Eliza M. Lau, Mei-Chun Cheung
Title
A Chinese mind-body exercise improves self-control of children with autism: a randomized controlled trial.
Journal
PLoS ONE
Year
2013
Volume
8
Issue
7
Page(s)
e68184.
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Randomised Trial, Peer-Reviewed, Controlled Trial, Comparative Study
Keywords
Adolescent / Secondary School Age, Anger/Aggression, Autism, Chanyi, Dejian, Child/Children, Impulsivity, Intervention, Motor-Sensory Intervention, Mind-Body Intervention, Nei Yang Gong, Primary / Elementary School Age, Progressive Muscle Relaxation, Restricted, Repetitive Patterns of Behaviour, Interests, or Activities, Tantrum, Traditional Chinese Medicine

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