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Sensory Intelligence® is embedded in the research of sensory processing, started in occupational therapy but expanded to a wide interdisciplinary network

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The effect of sensory processing on the work performance of call centre agents in a South African context

By Lombard, Annemarie

Call centres are thriving and expanding commercial enterprises providing cost-effective ways for organisations to connect with new and existing clients through telecommunication channels. Call centre agents perform this function telephonically…

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Blue space, health and well-being: A narrative overview and synthesis of potential benefits

By Mathew White, Lewis Elliott, Mireia Gascon, Bethany Roberts, Lora Fleming

Research into the potential health and well-being benefits from exposure to green spaces such as parks and woodlands has led to the development of several frameworks linking the different strands…

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Association of Music Interventions With Health-Related Quality of Life A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

By J. Matt McCrary, Eckart Altenmüller, Clara Kretschmer1; et al

Importance: Increasing evidence supports the ability of music to broadly promote well-being and health-related quality of life (HRQOL). However, the magnitude of music’s positive association with HRQOL is still unclear,…

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