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Mindfulness Publications

Lawrence Edwards (2016). Combining Biofeedback and Mindfulness in Education. Biofeedback, 44(3), 126-129.

Erik Peper, Brandy Miceli and Richard Harvey (2016). Educational Model for Self-Healing: Eliminating a Chronic Migraine with Electromyography, Autogenic Training, Posture, and Mindfulness. Biofeedback, 44(3), 130-137.

Inna Khazan (2016). Taking Human Performance to the Next Level (with FLARE). Biofeedback, 44(3), 111-120.

Noel L. Ford, Sarah N. Wyckoff and Leslie H. Sherlin (2016). Neurofeedback and Mindfulness in Peak Performance Training Among Athletes. Biofeedback, 44(3), 152-159.

Elizabeth J. Johnson (2016). Integration of Mindfulness and Acceptance-Based Biofeedback for Irritable Bowel Syndrome: The Case of Peter. Biofeedback, 44(3), 145-147.

Donald Moss (2016). The House Is Crashing down on Me: Integrating Mindfulness, Breath Training, and Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback for an Anxiety Disorder in a 71-Year-Old Caregiver. Biofeedback, 44(3), 160-167.

Arnon Rolnick, Nimrod Tom Oren and Dana Bassett (2016). Developing Acceptance with the Help of Sensors— ‘‘Embracing the Me That I Can See’’. Biofeedback, 44(3), 148-151.

Urszula Klich (2016). Clinical Use of Self-Compassion Within Mindfulness- Based Biofeedback in the Treatment of Veterans and Spouses: A Case Study. Biofeedback, 44(3), 138-144.

Brad Lichtenstein (2016). The Mindfulness Imperative: How the Pedagogical Principles of Mindfulness Provide the Foundation for Biofeedback. Biofeedback, 44(3), 121-125.

Inna Khazan and Donald Moss (2016). Special Issue: Mindfulness and Compassion in Biofeedback Practice. Biofeedback, 44(3), 109-110.

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