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ERIC Number: EJ171033
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Direct Manipulation of Physiological Arousal in Induced Anxiety Therapy-Biofeedback Approach
Sappington, A. A.
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 33, 4, 1070-5, Oct 77
Induced Anxiety is a brief psychotherapy procedure that teaches individuals to cope with negative effect by using relaxation techniques. This research investigated the role of physiological arousal in the affect induction phase of Induced Anxiety therapy by using biofeedback to facilitate arousal. Twenty-one college students suffering from free-floating anxiety were the subjects of the study. (Author/RK)
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