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Biofeedback: Clinical Applications in Behavioral Medicine ebook

by David S. Olton


Olton, David S; Noonberg, Aaron . joint author.

Olton, David S; Noonberg, Aaron .

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Biofeedback: Clinical Applications in Behavioral Medicine. Biofeedback: Clinical Applications in Behavioral Medicine. By David S. Noonberg Hemel Hempstead, Herts: Prentice/Hall International. Section of Neurological Sciences, The London Hospital.

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At one time, biofeedback and behavioral medicine were considered synonymous, as evidence by Birk’s 1973 book, Biofeedback: Behavioral Medicine. As is obvious from the contents of this present book, behavioral medicine encompasses much, much more than biofeedback. However, as pointed out by Blanchard (1977), biofeedback is one important aspect of behavioral medicine. Much of behavioral medicine is concerned with changing gross, observable behavior.

Handbook of Behavioral Medicine presents a comprehensive overview of the current use of behavioral science .

In behavioral medicine, advances in telecommunications have brought about new ways of offering services by expanding healthcare to patients located all over the world and simultaneously reducing costs and improving outcome efficacy.

Behavioral medicine was initially viewed in broad terms as an interdisciplinary field concerned with the development .

Behavioral medicine was initially viewed in broad terms as an interdisciplinary field concerned with the development of knowledge in the behavioral sciences and techniques relevant to prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of physical illness. One of the most important intervention methods in behavioral medicine is biofeedback treatment where a biological signal is recorded, amplified, and subsequently converted to a sound or visual signal which can be perceived by the patient. Thus the control over physiological processes that function normally outside our conscious awareness becomes possible.

Biofeedback : clinical applications in behavioral medicine, by: Olton, David S. Published: (1980). Biofeedback studies in clinical efficacy, Published: (1987). Modification of hypnotic susceptibility using self-admonished thermal biofeedback, by: Evers, Sean R. Published: (1981). Effects of finger temperature biofeedback training on hypnotic susceptibility, by: Evers, Anne Ellman.

Biofeedback: Clinical Applications in Behavioral Medicine ebook
Author:
David S. Olton
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