Brief Imagery Training : Effects on Psychological, Physiological and Neuroendocrinological Measures of Stress and Pain

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The present study investigated the influence of a brief, intensive biofeedback-assisted imagery training regimen on psychological, physiological and neuroendocrinological measures of pain and stress in injury related chronic pain patients. The subjects were 36 patients (myelography examcandidates) who were assigned to the imagery or wait-list control group by order of referral presentation and to formulate equivalent groups.

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Osborne, Connie M. Brajkovich (Connie Marie Brajkovich) August 1992.

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The present study investigated the influence of a brief, intensive biofeedback-assisted imagery training regimen on psychological, physiological and neuroendocrinological measures of pain and stress in injury related chronic pain patients. The subjects were 36 patients (myelography examcandidates) who were assigned to the imagery or wait-list control group by order of referral presentation and to formulate equivalent groups.

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Osborne, Connie M. Brajkovich (Connie Marie Brajkovich). Brief Imagery Training : Effects on Psychological, Physiological and Neuroendocrinological Measures of Stress and Pain, dissertation, August 1992; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277739/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .