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Biofeedback, relaxation training, and music: homeostasis for coping with stress.

Author: SB Reynolds
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Biofeedback and self-regulation, 1984 Jun; 9(2): 169-79
Database:From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
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This study compared the efficacy of five relaxation training procedures, four of which employed EMG auditory feedback: biofeedback only (BF), autogenic training phrases (ATP), music (MU), autogenic training phrases and music (ATP & MU), and a control group, in developing self-regulation of a "cultivated low arousal state" as a countermeasure to tensed muscular reaction to stressful imagery. Twenty subjects  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: SB Reynolds
ISSN:0363-3586
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 115117362
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This study compared the efficacy of five relaxation training procedures, four of which employed EMG auditory feedback: biofeedback only (BF), autogenic training phrases (ATP), music (MU), autogenic training phrases and music (ATP & MU), and a control group, in developing self-regulation of a "cultivated low arousal state" as a countermeasure to tensed muscular reaction to stressful imagery. Twenty subjects established a pre- and posttraining frontalis region EMG biofeedback baseline measurement. Sixteen subjects were assigned at random to the 25-minute taped relaxation training procedure. After eight training sessions (4 weeks), MU and ATP & MU groups achieved highly significant differences when compared with the control group. The ATP & MU group attained the lowest postbaseline arousal level measured by the EMG. EMG as a physiological measure for transfer of training functioned well in detecting the psychophysiological affect of stressful imagery.

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