I. Orientation to Biofeedback 1. The History and Definitions of Biofeedback and Applied Psychophysiology, Mark S. Schwartz, Thomas F. Collura, Joe Kamiya, & Nancy M. Schwartz 2. Entering the Field and Assuring Competence, Fredric Shaffer & Mark S. Schwartz II. Instrumentation 3. A Primer of Traditional Biofeedback Instrumentation, C.J. Peek 4. Advanced Topics in Surface Electromyography: Instrumentation and Applications, Jeffrey E. Bolek, Ronald L. Rosenthal, & Richard A. Sherman 5. Cardiorespiratory Measurement and Assessment in Applied Psychophysiology, Richard N. Gevirtz, Mark S. Schwartz, & Paul M. Lehrer 6. Electroencephalographic Measures and Biofeedback: A Primer, Nicola Neumann, Ute Strehl, Niels Birbaumer, & Boris Kotchoubey 7. Quantitative Electroencephalography and Electroencephalographic Biofeedback/Neurofeedback, Robert W. Thatcher 8. Introduction to Psychophysiological Assessment and Biofeedback Baselines, John G. Arena & Mark S.Schwartz 9. Consumer- and Home-Based Biofeedback, Mark S. Schwartz & Frank Andrasik III. Adjunctive/Complementary Interventions 10. Dietary Considerations, Keith I. Block, Charlotte Gyllenhaal, & Mark S. Schwartz 11. Biofeedback and Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions: Reciprocal Contributions, Daniel Hamiel & Arnon Rolnick IV. Relaxation Interventions 12. Relaxation Today: Self-Stressing and Psychological Relaxation Theory, Jonathan C. Smith 13. Cardiorespiratory Biofeedback, Richard N. Gevirtz, Paul M. Lehrer, & Mark S. Schwartz V. Practice Issues 14. Intake and Preparation for Intervention, Mark S. Schwartz 15. Adherence, Jeanetta C. Rains & Mark S. Schwartz 16. Problems Associated with Relaxation Procedures and Biofeedback, and Guidelines for Management, Mark S. Schwartz, Nancy M. Schwartz, & 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, & Mark S. Schwartz 19. Evaluating Research in Clinical Biofeedback, Frank Andrasik & Mark S. Schwartz VI. Clinical Applications: Traditional General Biofeedback Practice 20. Headache, Frank Andrasik & Mark S. Schwartz 21. Temporomandibular Muscle and Joint Disorders, Alan G. Glaros & Leonard L. Lausten 22. Raynaud's Disease and Raynaud's Phenomenon, Maria Katsamanis, Mark S. Schwartz, & Keith Sedlacek 23. Essential Hypertension, Wolfgang Linden & Angele V. McGrady 24. Diabetes Mellitus, Angele V. McGrady & Deloris M. Lakia 25. Tinnitus: Nothing Is as Loud as a Sound You Are Trying Not to Hear, Herta Flor & Mark S. Schwartz 26. Anxiety Disorders, Arnon Rolnick, Dana Bassett, Udi Gal, & Anat Barnea 27. Fibromyalgia Syndrome, Peter T. Dorsher & Mark S. Schwartz 28. Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Mark S. Schwartz 29. Asthma, Paul M. Lehrer & Frederick Wamboldt VII. Clinical Applications: Electroencephalographic, Neuromuscular, and Pelvic Floor Biofeedback Specialties 30. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Vincent J. Monastra & Joel F. Lubar 31. Neuromuscular Reeducation and Gait Training, Timothy L. Fagerson & David E. Krebs 32. Bowel, Bladder, and Pelvic Floor Disorders, Jeanette Tries & Eugene Eisman VIII. Optimization 33. Performing Artists, Marcie Zinn & Mark Zinn 34. Sports, Vietta Sue Wilson, Wesley E. Sime, & Timothy Harkness IX. Other Special Populations and Applications 35. Pediatric Applications, Timothy Culbert & 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 Autism Spectrum Disorders, Lynda Thompson, Michael Thompson, James W. G. Thompson, & Andrea Reid-Chung 40. BrainaEURO"Computer Communication: An Alternative Communication Channel for Paralyzed Patients, Tobias Kaufmann, Niels Birbaumer, & Andrea KA1/4bler 41. Substance Use Disorders and Neurofeedback, Estate M. "Tato" Sokhadze, David L. Trudeau, Rex L. Cannon, Eugenia Bodenhamer-Davis, & Richard E. Davis 42. More Frontiers and Further Forward, Mark S. Schwartz & Frank Andrasik Index
Mark S. Schwartz, PhD, is past chair of the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America (now Biofeedback Certification International Alliance; BCIA); serves on the Mayo Clinic Emeritus Staff; and has a private practice in Jacksonville, Florida. He recently served as Visiting Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of North Florida. Past president of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB), Dr. Schwartz is board certified by the BCIA, a Diplomate in Clinical Sexology of the American Board of Sexology, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Assessment Psychology. 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. 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. He is board certified as a Senior Fellow by the BCIA and is a Fellow of the Society of Clinical Psychology and Society for Health Psychology (Divisions 12 and 38 of the American Psychological Association), the Association for Psychological Science, the Society of Behavioral Medicine, the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, and the American Headache Society.
"Biofeedback has come to be recognized as seminal, compulsory reading for students, clinicians, and scientists entering and working in the field of applied psychophysiology and biofeedback. With their fourth edition, Schwartz and Andrasik have produced yet another state-of-the-science volume that reflects our evolving knowledge of the mind-body connection and the promise it holds for improving human health and performance. This is the essential desk reference for the field."--Aubrey K. Ewing, PhD, BCB, BCN, past president, Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback "Biofeedback: A PractitioneraEURO (TM)s Guide has long been the essential go-to source for the fields of biofeedback and neurofeedback. The fourth edition--even more encyclopedic than its predecessors--broadens the coverage of neurofeedback, extends the discussions of disorders treated by biofeedback therapies, and introduces emerging evidence in such areas as cardiorespiratory biofeedback, slow cortical potentials for epilepsy, and neurofeedback for traumatic brain injury and autism. Contributors include many pioneers in the field. I recommend this book as an indispensable resource for students and advanced professionals alike."--Donald Moss, PhD, Dean, College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences, Saybrook University "An incredible achievement. Prior editions were notable for excellent content and readability, and this tradition is upheld in the fourth edition. There are many new chapters dealing with EEG biofeedback and instrumentation and other cutting-edge subject matter, while chapters carried over from the prior edition have all been updated. Comprehensive and well organized, the book is an ideal text for students of biofeedback. Instructors, practitioners, and researchers will find it a valuable reference and a source for lifelong learning."--Paul Loubser, MD, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Texas Medical School at Houston "This book has been a vital resource for biofeedback research, teaching, and clinical care since its first edition. The fourth edition will continue to be the definitive biofeedback reference for years to come. Chapters on professional issues, instrumentation, and clinical applications for a wide range of medical and psychological conditions have been expanded, and remain outstanding. New chapters offer crucial coverage of cognitive-behavioral therapy as well as more on theories and methods of relaxation therapies. A 'must' for biofeedback professionals and graduate students."--Jay R. Skidmore, PhD, Department of Clinical Psychology (Emeritus), Seattle Pacific University; consultant in pain and rehabilitation medicine, Northwest Return to Work Rehabilitation Center, Lynnwood, Washington "For both clinicians and researchers, this book provides easy access to authoritative information on biofeedback and other applied psychophysiological approaches. Attention is given to psychosomatic conditions traditionally covered in biofeedback texts, as well as to novel applications for which evidence is just beginning to accumulate. As in prior editions, clinicians will enjoy 'how-to' tips from expert practitioners on establishing and maintaining successful practices. The field of biofeedback has clearly come a long way, and Schwartz and Andrasik position it solidly within current conceptualizations of evidence-based practice."--Kevin T. Larkin, PhD, ABPP, Department of Psychology, West Virginia University