In the response letter concerning our recent article, we appreciate seeing the constructive viewpoints on how we should implement the receptive music therapy. We also spent time investigating the format of delivery, including the type of music selection. However, a major limitation of meta-analyses is that one can only investigate secondary data, with limited details.
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Published online: July 04, 2018
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