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Melodic Intonation Therapy

Melodic intonation therapy (MIT) is a speech and language rehabilitation program that uses short, intoned (sung) phrases with the left hand tapping to promote generative language. It was first introduced by Martin Albert, Robert Sparks, and Nancy Helm in 1973 as ...

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