Biofeedback: A Practitioner's Guide

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Index
Abandonment, 829, 830–831 Absolute accuracy of instruments, 65, 67
Abuse, history of, 119–121, 123
Adaptation period, 136–138, 375
Addictions. See Psychoactive substance abuse and dependence
ADHD (attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder)
current therapies, 413–416
description of, 409, 410–413, 446
EEG biofeedback and, 260–261
EEG characteristics of, 417–420
instrument specification criteria, 423–427
neurofeedback and, 409–410, 416, 420–423, 431–433, 446–448
pre- and posttreatment measures, 429
research results, 429–431
treatment of, 427–429, 446– 448
Adherence, 159, 398–399, 815–816.
See also Compliance
Alarm systems, 359, 706
Alcohol, 174, 192
Alcoholism in adolescents, 714
Alertness, performance, and caffeine, 194–195
Aliasing, 98, 99
Allergy and migraine headache, 184–186
Alosetron, 676
Alpha biofeedback, 9–10
Alpha–delta sleep, 789
Alpha wave activity
attention and, 575
biofeedback and, 409, 440
definition of, 15, 99
measurement of, 90–92
Alternating current (AC), 54–55, 73, 84–85
Amines, 186
Amputation and phantom limb pain, 802–805
Analgesic overuse, 312–315
Analgesic rebound headache, 312, 314–315, 330
Analog meter, 57–58, 80
Analog-to-digital (A/D) converter of computer, 98, 99, 100
Anger management therapy, 668– 669, 710
Anterior cruciate ligament injury, 568
Anxiety
caffeine and, 194
in children, 711–712
clinical outcome studies, 441– 442
competitive, and performance, 563
developmental disability and, 796
EEG biofeedback and, 260
fear of experiencing, 254
headache and, 289, 296, 317
hypoglycemia and, 743–744
overview of, 440–441
pain and, 707–708
performing artists and, 549– 551, 552–555
treatment of, 441, 442–443
Zone of Optimal Functioning theory, 564
See also Panic; Relaxationinduced anxiety
Applied biofeedback, 34–37
Applied psychophysiology, 14, 37
Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (journal), 14
Arousal
emotional, 561–565, 578, 710– 711
psychophysiological, 43–44, 47, 138, 413–414
Arterial blood oxyhemoglobin saturation, 234–235
Artifacts
electrodermal biofeedback, 83–85
electroencephalography (EEG), 93, 96–98
EMG biofeedback, 490, 492
temperature feedback devices, 66–67
volume-conducted, 512
Artists. See Performing arts psychophysiology
Aspirational ethics, 814–815
Assertiveness training, 668–669
Assessment
ADHD/ADD, 412–413
blood pressure, 384–385
compliance, 174–176
documentation of, 847–848
headache disorders, 277–278, 289–290
history taking and interviewing, 118–119, 121–124
hyperventilation, 217
incontinence, 601, 603, 604– 607, 633–640
musicians, 547, 551
neuromuscular reeducation, 494, 521
protocol for, 21
psychological evaluation, 117– 118
self-report measures, 124–125
sexual and physical abuse, 119– 121, 123
tinnitus, 754–764, 769
TMDs and, 355–357, 360–361
of treatment efficacy, 851–854
See also Headache assessment; Psychophysiological assessment
Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, 579

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