By Jackson Beatty
Biofeedback and behaviour: A NATO Symposium, hung on 27-30 July 1976 on the Max Planck Institut fUr Psychiatrie in MUnchen, was once a mul tidisciplinary assembly that explored either theoretical and utilized matters coming up from using biofeedback techniques for the keep an eye on of visceral, crucial fearful process and skeletal occasions. The symposium was once multi nationwide in its composition. monetary help for the symposium used to be at first supplied by means of the medical Affairs department of the North Atlantic Treaty association as a part of their carrying on with sequence of clinical symposia. money made avail capable via a supply from the U.S. place of work of Naval learn allow ted usual overseas participation within the symposium. The facil ities for the assembly have been graciously supplied through the Max Planck Institut ilir Psychiatrie. We thank each one of those enterprises for his or her help in making this symposium attainable. a different thank you is because of Dr. B.A. Bayraktar of the clinical Affairs department of NA TO and Dr. Donald wooden ward of the U. S. workplace of Naval examine, whose guidance contributed considerably to the association of this assembly. The making plans of this symposium was once performed in session with individuals of the organizing committee: Rolf Engel, Pola Engel-Sittenfeld, Laverne C. Johnson, George H. Lawrence, Gary E. Schwartz, and Da vid Shapiro. the ultimate type of this symposium displays their contribu tions, for which we're thankful.
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Biofeedback and Behavior by Jackson Beatty