Monthly Archives: February 2011
Should biofeedback therapists blush? Some thoughts on the subject of self regulation in the treatment of Blushing.
Arnon Rolnick, PhD This post deals with a question which is on one hand focused on specific symptom, but on the other hand is very much central to our concepts about control and the ability to let go. While I … Continue reading
The Biofeedback Odyssey: From Neal Miller to Current and Future Models of Regulation
Nava Levit Binnun, PhD, Yulia Golland, PhD, Michael Davidovitch, MD, and Arnon Rolnick PhD, Herzelia, Israel. The following articles represent the fact that Neal Miller concepts and theory continues to influence researches all over the world. The work presented here … Continue reading
FOLLOWING NEAL MILLER’S FOOTPRINTS: INTEGRATING BIOFEEDBACK WITH THE PSYCHODYNAMIC, RELATIONAL AND INTERSUBJECTIVE APPROACH.
ARNON ROLNICK, PhD, Ramat Gan, Israel, AND WILLIAM RICKLES, MD, MA, Los Angeles, CA ABSTRACT We provide a brief review of Neal Miller’s translation of psychoanalytic theoretical concepts into operational behavioral research, and explore relevant interactions of clinical … Continue reading