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Randy Neblett guided the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA) through almost 3 years of intense change following a visionary strategic plan. This article pays tribute to Randy's leadership and highlights BCIA's major achievements in didactic education, creation of new...
The author describes two encounters with Neal Miller, including a discussion of the pioneering curare/visceral learning experiments and of Miller's perspective on the biofeedback training paradigm.
This article provides a brief review of Neal Miller's translation of psychoanalytic theoretical concepts into operational behavioral research and explores relevant interactions of clinical biofeedback and psychoanalytic practice, both now and in Miller's time. Presently, psychoanalytic...
Neal Miller's research on animals and humans launched the field of self-regulation, enabling individuals to take a more active role in their health and well-being. However, his inquiry into whether autonomic operant conditioning occurs remains open to debate. This article contends that...
The tapestry of biofeedback history has been woven from many independent threads. Some contributors started with much vigor and nurtured others, and then they faded away. Yet they seeded ideas that the next generation rediscovered as their own. Others blossomed and disappeared, whereas still...
This article presents an application of applied psychophysiological and cognitive and behavioral strategies to the treatment of sex offenders. The participants were 21 sex offenders treated as outpatients at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in White River Junction, Vermont. A...
This case study reports on the use of surface electromyography (SEMG) evaluation in a work environment, including production, to show a relationship between muscle dysfunction and specific job tasks and their injury potential. The results show that SEMG can help identify discordant muscle...
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