Richard G Marlin

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What is the relation between the ability to control visceral responding on a biofeedback task and the ability to report behaviors actually contributing to this performance? Subjects received biofeedback training for unidentified visceral responses and then gave written reports about what they had done to control the feedback displays. Independent judges(More)
Individuals meeting the Fukuda et al definition for chronic fatigue syndrome completed a multidisciplinary assessment that included medical, psychiatric, behavioral, and psychological evaluations. Patients were then offered a comprehensive multidisciplinary intervention that included (1) bringing the patient under optimal medical management; (2) treating(More)
Subjects viewed two feedback displays, one depicting skin conductance and the other either respiratory behavior (respiration group) or subtle body movements (movement group). The subject's task was to increase skin conductance and the concomitant activity on integration trials, and to increase conductance while holding the concomitant behavior constant on(More)
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