Psychophysiology: Human Behavior and Physiological Response

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Fig. 1.1. Copyright 1978 by Gahan Wilson. Reprinted by permission.
Fig. 2.1. From C. R. Noback and R. J. Demarest. The Human Nervous System. Copyright 1975, McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. Reprinted by permission.
Fig. 2.2. From C. R. Noback and R. J. Demarest. The Human Nervous System. Copyright 1975, McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. Reprinted by permission.
Fig. 2.3. From C. R. Noback and R. J. Demarest. The Human Nervous System. Copyright 1975, McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. Reprinted by permission.
Fig. 2.4. Modified from C. R. Noback and R. J. Demarest. The Human Nervous System. Copyright 1975, McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. Reprinted by permission.
Fig. 2.5. Modified from C. R. Noback and R. J. Demarest. The Human Nervous System. Copyright 1975, McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. Reprinted by permission.
Fig. 2.6. From S. P. Grossman. Essentials of Physiological Psychology. New York: Wiley, 1973, as taken from H. H. Jasper, "Electroencephalography" in W. Penfield & T. C. Erickson, Epilepsy and Cerebral Localization. Springfield: C. C. Thomas, 1941. Reprinted by permission.
Fig. 2.8. Adapted from E. Callaway. Brain Electrical Potentials and Individual Psychological Differences. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1975. Reprinted by permission.
Fig. 2.9. Photo by courtesy of Drs. Williamson and Kaufman of New York University, 1989.
Fig. 2.10. From Carlson N. R. Physiology of Behavior ( 2nd ed.) Copyright 1980, Allyn & Bacon, Inc., Redrawn with permission.
Fig. 2.11. From Carlson N. R. Physiology of Behavior ( 2nd ed.). Copyright 1980, Allyn & Bacon, Inc., Redrawn with permission.
Fig. 4.1. Beatty J. "Operant control of posterior theta rhythm and vigilance performance; Repeated treatments and transfer of training." In N. Birbaumer Hand. D. Kimmel (Eds.), Biofeedback and Self-Regulation. Copyright 1980, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Reprinted by permission.
Fig. 4.2. From F. Snyder and J. Scott. "The psychophsiology of sleep" in N. S. Greenfield and R. A. Sternbach (Eds.), Handbook of Psychophysiology. Copyright 1972 by Holt, Rinehart & Winston. Reprinted by permission of Holt, Rinehart & Winston.
Fig. 4.3. From F. E. Bloom and A. Lazerson. Brain, Mind, and Behavior. ( 2nd ed.). Copyright 1985, 1988, Educational Broadcasting Company. Reprinted by permission of W. H. Freeman & Company.
Fig. 5.1. From H. G. Vaughan Jr. "The relationship of brain activity to scalp recordings of event-related potentials" in E. Donchin & D. B. Lindsley (Eds.), Average Evoked Potentials. Washington, DC: NASA, 1969. Reprinted by permission.
Fig. 5.2. Left side of figure is from J. J. Tecce. "Contingent negative variation (CNV) and psychological processes in man," Psychological Bulletin, 1972, 77, 73-108. Reprinted by permission. Right side of figure is adapted from H. G. Vaughan Jr., et al. "Topography of the human motor potential," Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology

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