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    1. Rice, B; Kalker, AJ; Schindler, JV; Dixon, RM
      Effect of biofeedback-assisted relaxation training on foot ulcer healing

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN PODIATRIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    2. Belleggia, G; Birbaumer, N
      Treatment of phantom limb pain with combined EMG and thermal biofeedback: A case report

      APPLIED PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY AND BIOFEEDBACK
    3. Craig, AR; Bartrop, R; Lal, SKL; Henderson, RJ; Hart, M; Hunyor, S
      Optimizing blood pressure reduction: Predicting success in the home environment

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHOTHERAPY
    4. Heuser, J
      Biofeedback in chronic headache

      VERHALTENSTHERAPIE
    5. Peters, G; Plohn, S; Buhk, H; Dahme, B
      The role of home practice in the treatment of chronic headache with imagery strategies

      VERHALTENSTHERAPIE
    6. Sarafino, EP; Goehring, P
      Age comparisons in acquiring biofeedback control and success in reducing headache pain

      ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    7. French, DJ; Holroyd, KA; Pinell, C; Malinoski, PT; O'Donnell, F; Hill, KR
      Perceived self-efficacy and headache-related disability

      HEADACHE
    8. Murphy, PA; Kronenberg, F; Wade, C
      Complementary and alternative medicine in women's health - Developing a research agenda

      JOURNAL OF NURSE-MIDWIFERY
    9. PRYSEPHILLIPS WEM; DODICK DW; EDMEADS JG; GAWEL MJ; NELSON RF; PURDY RA; ROBINSON G; STIRLING D; WORTHINGTON I
      GUIDELINES FOR THE NONPHARMACOLOGIC MANAGEMENT OF MIGRAINE IN CLINICAL-PRACTICE

      CMAJ. Canadian Medical Association journal
    10. MARCUS DA; SCHARFF L; MERCER S; TURK DC
      NONPHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT FOR MIGRAINE - INCREMENTAL UTILITY OF PHYSICAL THERAPY WITH RELAXATION AND THERMAL BIOFEEDBACK

      Cephalalgia
    11. HENDERSON RJ; HART MG; LAL SKL; HUNYOR SN
      THE EFFECT OF HOME TRAINING WITH DIRECT BLOOD-PRESSURE BIOFEEDBACK OFHYPERTENSIVES - A PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY

      Journal of hypertension
    12. LAL SKL; HENDERSON RJ; CARTER N; BATH A; HART MG; LANGELUDDECKE P; HUNYOR SN
      EFFECT OF FEEDBACK SIGNAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS ON BLOOD-PRESSURE SELF-MANIPULATION CAPABILITY

      Psychophysiology
    13. BLANCHARD EB; PETERS ML; HERMANN C; TURNER SM; BUCKLEY TC; BARTON K; DENTINGER MP
      DIRECTION OF TEMPERATURE CONTROL IN THE THERMAL BIOFEEDBACK TREATMENTOF VASCULAR HEADACHE

      Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback
    14. REID GJ; MCGRATH PJ
      PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENTS FOR MIGRAINE

      Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy
    15. BLANCHARD EB; DIAMOND S
      PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF BENIGN HEADACHE DISORDERS

      Professional psychology, research and practice
    16. MCGRADY A
      GOOD-NEWS BAD PRESS - APPLIED PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    17. KNOWLES J; GEVIRTZ R; ANCOLIISRAEL S
      THE USE OF THERMAL BIOFEEDBACK IN THE TREATMENT OF PERIODIC LIMB MOVEMENT DISORDER

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    18. FIERO PL; COX DJ; FRYBURG DA; TURKHEIMER EN; SAUNDERS JT; PHILLIPS LH
      THE INFLUENCE OF NEUROPATHY ON FOOT-WARMING ACQUISITION VIA THERMAL BIOFEEDBACK IN DIABETIC OUTPATIENTS

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    19. JONESALEXANDER J; BLANCHARD EB
      THERMAL BIOFEEDBACK - AN INVESTIGATION OF LEARNING CRITERIA TO ASSESSHANDWARMING ABILITY IN MIGRAINE AND MIXED HEADACHE PATIENTS

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    20. HAM LP; PACKARD RC
      A RETROSPECTIVE, FOLLOW-UP-STUDY OF BIOFEEDBACK-ASSISTED RELAXATION THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH POSTTRAUMATIC HEADACHE

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    21. BLANCHARD EB; EISELE G; VOLLMER A; PAYNE A; GORDON M; CORNISH P; GILMORE L
      CONTROLLED EVALUATION OF THERMAL BIOFEEDBACK IN TREATMENT OF ELEVATEDBLOOD-PRESSURE IN UNMEDICATED MILD HYPERTENSION

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    22. GAUTHIER JG; IVERS H; CARRIER S
      NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF RECURRENT HEADACHEDISORDERS AND THEIR COMPARISON AND COMBINATION WITH PHARMACOTHERAPY

      Clinical psychology review
    23. PODSZUS T; GROTE L
      STRESS MANAGEMENT IN HYPERTENSION

      Journal of hypertension
    24. CULBERT TP; KAJANDER RL; REANEY JB
      BIOFEEDBACK WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS - CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS ANDPATIENT PERSPECTIVES

      Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics
    25. ZAKHAROVA VV; SOKHADZE EM; TROFIMOV OE; BAKHTINA IA; SHTARK MB
      BEHAVIORAL-THERAPY OF ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENS ION (HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE) - EFFICACY ANALYSIS

      Kardiologia
    26. YUNG PMB; KELTNER AA
      A CONTROLLED COMPARISON ON THE EFFECT OF MUSCLE AND COGNITIVE RELAXATION PROCEDURES ON BLOOD-PRESSURE - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL TREATMENT OF BORDERLINE HYPERTENSIVES

      Behaviour research and therapy
    27. PARAN E; AMIR M; YANIV N
      EVALUATING THE RESPONSE OF MILD HYPERTENSIVES TO BIOFEEDBACK-ASSISTEDRELAXATION USING A MENTAL STRESS TEST

      Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry
    28. ROWAN AB; ANDRASIK F
      EFFICACY AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF MINIMAL THERAPIST CONTACT TREATMENTS OF CHRONIC HEADACHES - A REVIEW

      Behavior therapy
    29. WEAVER MT; MCGRADY A
      A PROVISIONAL MODEL TO PREDICT BLOOD-PRESSURE RESPONSE TO BIOFEEDBACK-ASSISTED RELAXATION

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    30. OTIS JD; RASEY HW; VROCHOPOULOS S; WINCZE JP; ANDRASIK F
      TEMPERATURE ACQUISITION AS A FUNCTION OF THE COMPUTER-BASED BIOFEEDBACK SYSTEM UTILIZED - AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    31. EISELE G; GILMORE LL; BLANCHARD EB
      CLOSE CLINICAL OBSERVATION MINIMIZES THE COMPLICATIONS OF BETA-BLOCKER WITHDRAWAL

      The Annals of pharmacotherapy
    32. CHESNEY M
      NEW DIRECTIONS IN BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS - HYPERTENSION - A CASE INPOINT

      Homeostasis
    33. GOODMAN M
      AN HYPOTHESIS EXPLAINING THE SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF PSORIASIS WITH THERMAL BIOFEEDBACK - A CASE-REPORT

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    34. LEHRER PM; CARR R; SARGUNARAJ D; WOOLFOLK RL
      STRESS MANAGEMENT-TECHNIQUES - ARE THEY ALL EQUIVALENT, OR DO THEY HAVE SPECIFIC EFFECTS

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    35. MCGRADY A
      EFFECTS OF GROUP RELAXATION TRAINING AND THERMAL BIOFEEDBACK ON BLOOD-PRESSURE AND RELATED PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL VARIABLES IN ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENSION

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    36. GUGLIELMI RS; ROBERTS AH
      VOLITIONAL VASOMOTOR LABILITY AND VASOMOTOR CONTROL

      Biological psychology
    37. KELTNER AA; NAGATOMO TH
      BLOOD-PRESSURE AND FRONTALIS MUSCLE TENSION IN RURAL AND URBAN RESIDENTS OF SOUTHERN JAPAN - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL TREATMENT OF ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENSION

      Psychologia
    38. BLANCHARD EB; EISELE G; GORDON MA; CORNISH PJ; WITTROCK DA; GILMORE L; VOLLMER AJ; WAN C
      THERMAL BIOFEEDBACK AS AN EFFECTIVE SUBSTITUTE FOR SYMPATHOLYTIC MEDICATION IN MODERATE HYPERTENSION - A FAILURE TO REPLICATE

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    39. CARLSON CR; HOYLE RH
      EFFICACY OF ABBREVIATED PROGRESSIVE MUSCLE-RELAXATION TRAINING - A QUANTITATIVE REVIEW OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE RESEARCH

      Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
    40. ROSENTHAL TL
      TO SOOTHE THE SAVAGE BREAST

      Behaviour research and therapy


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