A systematic review of research on singing and health: non-clinical studies

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Morrison, I., Hancox, G., Staricoff, R., Whitmore, C., Morrison, I. and Raisbeck, M. 2007. A systematic review of research on singing and health: non-clinical studies. Canterbury Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health.
AuthorsMorrison, I., Hancox, G., Staricoff, R., Whitmore, C., Morrison, I. and Raisbeck, M.
TypeTechnical report
Year2007
PublisherSidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health
Place of publicationCanterbury
Output statusPublished
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