Biofeedback and Behavior: Introduction to the Proceedings
This volume is the record of a symposium, Biofeedback and Behavior, which was part of the NATO Human Factors Conference and Symposia Program for 1976. Seventy scientists from nine nations assembled at the Max Planck Institut für Psychiatrie in München in the last week of July, 1976, to present and discuss recent work on the learned modification of bodily processes using “biofeedback” procedures.
KeywordsComparative Ther Visceral Perception Heart Rate Conditioning Sensorimotor Rhythm Broad Theoretical Framework
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