Relation of heart rate control to heartbeat perception

@article{Whitehead1977RelationOH,
  title={Relation of heart rate control to heartbeat perception},
  author={W. Whitehead and V. Drescher and P. Heiman and B. Blackwell},
  journal={Biofeedback and Self-regulation},
  year={1977},
  volume={2},
  pages={371-392}
}
The relation of heartbeat perception to voluntary control of heart rate (HR) and to learning of enhanced HR control during feedback was studied in three experiments. In Experiment I heartbeat perception was unrelated to voluntary control of HR but was negatively correlated with HR learning. Experiments II and III showed that heartbeat perception was unrelated to either initial voluntary control or learning and suggested that sampling error accounted for the negative correlation in Experiment I… Expand
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