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Effects of Improvisational Music Therapy vs Enhanced Standard Care on Symptom Severity Among Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder The TIME-A Randomized Clinical Trial

Lucja Bieleninik, Monika Geretsegger, Karin Mossler, Jorg Assmus, Grace Thompson, Gustavo Gattino, Cochavit Elefant, Tali Gottfried, Roberta Igliozzi, Filippo Muratori, Ferdinando Suvini, Jinah Kim, Mike J Crawford, Helen Odell-Miller, Amelia Oldfield, Orla Casey, Johanna Finnemann, John Carpente, A-La Park, Enzo Grossi Show all

JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION | AMER MEDICAL ASSOC | Published : 2017

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Awarded by Research Council of Norway


Awarded by Norway: Health Authority of Western Norway


Awarded by United Kingdom: National Institute for Health Research


Funding Acknowledgements

This trial was funded by the Research Council of Norway (grant 213844, the Clinical Research and Mental Health Programmes). Additional funding was provided by the POLYFON Knowledge Cluster for Music Therapy, The Grieg Academy Department of Music, University of Bergen. Funding for the individual countries came from the following sources: Australia: Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, The University of Melbourne; Austria: Danish Council for Independent Research/Humanities (FKK), Aalborg University, and Faculty of Psychology, University of Vienna; Brazil: Research Incentive Fund (FIPE) of the Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre (HCPA); Italy: IRCCS Stella Maris Foundation, Pisa, and University of Pisa; Korea: Research Institute of Health and Science, Jeonju University; Norway: Health Authority of Western Norway (Helse Vest grant 911800), Bergen municipality (Bergen Culture School), Fjell municipality (Fjell Culture School); United Kingdom: National Institute for Health Research (Health Technology Assessment Programme, National Institute for Health Research grant 12/167/95), Cambridge and Peterborough Foundation National Health Service Trust, The Evelyn Trust, Cambridgeshire Music, Anglia Ruskin University; United States: Molloy College Faculty research scholarship and a collaborative research grant from the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Music Therapy Association.