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Singing as therapy for apraxia of speech and aphasia: report of a case






Brain and Language 2(4): 483-488

Singing as therapy for apraxia of speech and aphasia: report of a case



Accession: 041372265

PMID: 1218380

DOI: 10.1016/s0093-934x(75)80085-x



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