H Nakagawa-Kogan

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The purpose of this study was to determine which borderline hypertension subjects could succeed in self-regulating blood pressure, and to distinguish the psychologic and physiologic variables that predicted success. Thirty-four white, male, unmedicated, borderline hypertensive subjects participated in a 14-session biofeedback/cognitive self-management(More)
Replies on a self-report measure of symptoms of stress obtained from men and women patient samples with diagnosed temporomandibular disorders were compared with similar replies on this test obtained from healthy men and women. On most (six of 10) of the symptoms of stress subscales, the temporomandibular disorder patients' scores were elevated relative to(More)
Self-management training (SMT) is an intervention that focuses on the integrative functions of the brain to teach patients to manage their bodies. This training captures the knowledge base found in social learning, cognitive, and psychophysiologic theories to interpret the mechanisms by which neural control interferes with healthy homeostatic processes,(More)
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