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60 subjects participated in a test of the effectiveness of frontalis EMG feedback as a generalized relaxation technique. The experiment was performed in two parts. In the first part, 30 subjects were randomly allocated to a group receiving frontalis EMG feedback (n = 10), a group receiving non-contingent feedback (n = 10) and a group instructed to relax(More)
Two groups of 20 subjects with elevated muscle tension levels were provided with either contingent (Group 1) or false (Group 2) EMG feedback from the frontalis muscle. Each group received 8 sessions of identical length. Performance of the 2 groups over the final training session was compared. Group 1 showed a marked decrease in frontalis EMG levels over(More)
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