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The effects of heart rhythm variability biofeedback with emotional regulation on the athletic performance of women collegiate volleyball players.

  title={The effects of heart rhythm variability biofeedback with emotional regulation on the athletic performance of women collegiate volleyball players.},
  author={C. J. Tanis},
The purpose of this research was to investigate the effects of heart rhythm variability (HRV) biofeedback training with emotional regulation on the athletic performance of women collegiate volleyball players. The participant's ability to self-regulate and her perception of the intervention were also examined. Individual biofeedback training using the emWave® PC (1.0) was provided to 13 student-athletes during six weekly sessions. A portable biofeedback device known as the emWave® PSR was… 
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