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Mark S. Schwartz, PhD, is on the Mayo Clinic Emeritus Staff since retiring in 2004; has a private practice in Jacksonville, Florida; and recently served as Visiting Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of North Florida. He is past chair of the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America and past president of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB). Dr. Schwartz is board certified by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance, a Diplomate in Clinical Sexology of the American Board of Sexology, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Assessment Psychology. His website is www.marksschwartzphd.com.
Frank Andrasik, PhD, is Distinguished Professor and Chair of Psychology at the University of Memphis. He is Editor-in-Chief of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, Associate Editor of Cephalalgia, and past Editor-in-Chief of Behavior Therapy. Dr. Andrasik’s primary areas of research include behavioral medicine, pain (with a particular focus on recurrent headache disorders), stress, and biofeedback and applied psychophysiology. He has delivered numerous presentations in the United States and abroad on these topics; his extensive publications include, most recently, the coedited volume Biopsychosocial Assessment in Clinical Health Psychology. Dr. Andrasik is past president of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies and the AAPB.
Table of Contents
I. Orientation to Biofeedback 1. The History and Definitions of Biofeedback and Applied Psychophysiology, Mark S. Schwartz, Thomas F. Collura, Joe Kamiya, and Nancy M. Schwartz 2. Entering the Field and Assuring Competence, Fredric Shaffer and Mark S. Schwartz II. Instrumentation 3. A Primer of “Traditional” Biofeedback Instrumentation, Charles J. Peek 4. Advanced Topics in Surface Electromyography: Instrumentation and Applications, Jeffrey E. Bolek, Ronald Rosenthal, and Richard A. Sherman 5. Cardiorespiratory Measurement and Assessment in Applied Psychophysiology, Richard N. Gevirtz, Mark S. Schwartz, and Paul M. Lehrer 6. Electroencephalographic Measures and Biofeedback: A Primer, Nicola Neumann, Ute Strehl, Niels Birbaumer, and Boris Kotchoubey 7. Quantitative Electroencephalography and Electroencaphalographic Biofeedback/Neurofeedback, Robert W. Thatcher 8. Introduction to Psychophysiological Assessment and Biofeedback Baselines, John G. Arena and Mark S. Schwartz 9. Consumer- and Home-Based Biofeedback, Mark S. Schwartz and Frank Andrasik III. Adjunctive/Complementary Interventions 10. Dietary Considerations, Keith I. Block, Charlotte Gyllenhaal, and Mark S. Schwartz 11. Biofeedback and Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions: Reciprocal Contributions, Daniel Hamiel and Arnon Rolnik IV. Relaxation Interventions 12. Relaxation Today: Self-Stressing and Psychological Relaxation Theory, Jonathan C. Smith 13. Cardiorespiratory Biofeeedback, Richard N. Gevirtz, Paul M. Lehrer, and Mark S. Schwartz V. Practice Issues 14. Intake and Preparation for Intervention, Mark S. Schwartz 15. Adherence, Jeanetta C. Rains and Mark S. Schwartz 16. Problems Associated with Relaxation Procedures and Biofeedback, and Guidelines for Management, Mark S. Schwartz, Nancy M. Schwartz, and Vincent J. Monastra 17. Ethical Practice Issues and Concerns, Sebastian Striefel 18. Myths, Insurance, and Other Professional Topics and Issues, Sebastian Striefel, Ronald L. Rosenthal, Robert Whitehouse, and Mark S. Schwartz 19. Evaluating Research in Clinical Biofeedback, Frank Andrasik and Mark S. Schwartz VI. Clinical Applications: Traditional General Biofeedback Practitioner 20. Headache, Frank Andrasik and Mark S. Schwartz 21. Temporomandibular Muscle and Joint Disorders, Alan G. Glaros and Leonard L. Lausten 22. Raynaud’s Disease and Raynaud’s Phenomenon, Maria K. Katsamanis, Mark S. Schwartz, and Keith Sedlacek 23. Essential Hypertension, Wolfgang Linden and Angele V. McGrady 24. Diabetes Mellitus, Angele V. McGrady and Deloris M. Lakia 25. Tinnitus: Nothing Is as Loud as a Sound You Are Trying Not to Hear, Herta Flor and Mark S. Schwartz 26. Anxiety Disorders, Arnon Rolnick, Udi Gal, Dana Bassett, and Anat Barnea 27. Fibromyalgia Syndrome, Peter T. Dorsher and Mark S. Schwartz 28. Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Mark S. Schwartz 29. Asthma, Paul M. Lehrer and Frederick Wamboldt VII. Clinical Applications: Electroencephalographic, Neuromuscular, and Pelvic Floor Biofeedback Specialties 30. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Vincent J. Monastra and Joel F. Lubar 31. Neuromuscular Reeducation and Gait Training, Timothy L. Fagerson and David E. Krebs 32. Bowel, Bladder, and Pelvic Floor Disorders, Jeanette Tries and Eugene Eisman VIII. Optimization 33. Performing Artists, Marcie Zinn and Mark Zinn 34. Sports, Vietta Sue Wilson, Wesley E. Sime, and Timothy Harkness IX. Other Special Populations and Applications 35. Pediatric Applications, Timothy Culbert and Gerard A. Banez 36. Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders, Susan Middaugh X. The Frontier and a Nod to the Future 37. Biofeedback of Slow Cortical Potentials in Epilepsy, Ute Strehl 38. Traumatic Brain Injury, Quantitative Electroencephalography, and Electroencephalographic Biofeedback, Kirtley E. Thornton 39. Biofeedback Interventions for Autisim Spectrum Disorders, Lynda Thompson, Michael Thompson, James W. G. Thompson, and Andrea Reid 40. Brain–Computer Communication: An Alternative Communication Channel for Paralyzed Patients, Tobias Kaufmann, Niels Birbaumer, and Andrea Kübler 41. Substance Use Disorders and Neurofeedback, Estate M. “Tato” Sokhadze, David L. Trudeau, Rex L. Cannon, Eugenia Bodenhamer-Davis, and Richard E. Davis 42. More Frontiers and Further Forward, Mark S. Schwartz and Frank Andrasik Index