Physiological correlates of tension and antagonism during psychotherapy; a study of interpersonal physiology.

@article{Dimascio1957PhysiologicalCO,
  title={Physiological correlates of tension and antagonism during psychotherapy; a study of interpersonal physiology.},
  author={A Dimascio and R W Boyd and M. Greenblatt},
  journal={Psychosomatic medicine},
  year={1957},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={99-104}
}
JL SYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH in the past has concentrated primarily on correlating physiological patterns with the psychological states or emotional reactions in one individual.~ It has always been assumed that the situation in which the individual finds himself is a contributing or modifying influence in the physiological reactions obtained. Recent studies in our laboratory have attempted to correlate the psychophysiological interactions of two individuals—psychiatrist and patient—during the… CONTINUE READING

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