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Relaxation as an intervention to improve emotional and behavioural outcomes for children

@inproceedings{Ashton2015RelaxationAA,
  title={Relaxation as an intervention to improve emotional and behavioural outcomes for children},
  author={R. Ashton},
  year={2015}
}
Relaxation is a broad term, encompassing physiological, emotional and behavioural aspects.  This paper systematically reviews the literature evaluating the effectiveness of relaxation techniques in improving emotional and behavioural outcomes for children.  The fifteen studies meeting the search criteria are reviewed in some depth.  Relaxation techniques covered by this review include breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, yoga and visualisation, although many programmes combine a range… Expand

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