Category Archives: Behavioral Medicine
We present one of Neal’s more influential articles regarding biofeedback. Written in 1978, Neal defines biofeedback; then deals with the question of which visceral responses can be affected by instrumental training. View more documents from Helik Shemer.
Miller: Miller, N. E. (1955). Shortcomings of food consumption as a measure of hunger: Results from other behavioral techniques. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 63, 141-143. Miller, N. E. (1956). Effects of drugs on motivation: The value … Continue reading