The Psychology And Physiology Of Breathing: In Behavioral Medicine, Clinical Psychology, and Psychiatry by Robert FriedThe Psychology And Physiology Of Breathing: In Behavioral Medicine, Clinical Psychology, and Psychiatry by Robert Fried

The Psychology And Physiology Of Breathing: In Behavioral Medicine, Clinical Psychology, and…

byRobert Fried, Joseph Grimaldi

Hardcover | August 31, 1993

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City University of New York. The Plenum Series in Behavioral Psychophysiology and Medicine. Research on the role of breathing and hyperventilation in emotional and physical health, for clinicians and researchers in the behavioral sciences.
Title:The Psychology And Physiology Of Breathing: In Behavioral Medicine, Clinical Psychology, and…Format:HardcoverDimensions:398 pagesPublished:August 31, 1993Publisher:Springer US

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Table of Contents

Introduction. Elements of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Respiratory System. The Circulatory System and the Heart. Blood and the Red Blood Cell. Capnometry and the Computerized Psychophysiological Profile. Some Functional Relationships Between Hyperventilation and the Endocrine, Cardiovascular, and Nervous Systems. Respiration, Hyperventilation, and Mental Disorders. Behavioral Treatment and Control of Hyperventilation. Behavioral Assessment and Breathing Training in the Treatment of Hyperventilation and Asthma. Conclusion.

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`[The author] has taken systematic care to introduce relevant electrical, physiologic, and psychological concepts in operational language for the widest possible professional audience....Any clinician not thoroughly experienced in respiratory psychophysiology will leave these pages with profound new insight and direction.' From the foreword by Charles F. Stroebel, Institute for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Medicine, Connecticut