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Effect of tongue-strengthening training combined with a tablet personal computer game in healthy adults.

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Summary of "Effect of tongue-strengthening training combined with a tablet personal computer game in healthy adults."

Game-based training has been shown to improve behavioral motor learning in various medical fields including rehabilitation.

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Name: Journal of oral rehabilitation
ISSN: 1365-2842
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