Generalization of Frontalis Electromyographic Feedback to Adjacent Muscle Groups: A Critical Review
frontalis EMG feedback, generalization of EMG reduction to adjacent muscle groups, literature review
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Reviews parametric studies testing the association between frontalis reduction and concomitant EMG decreases in nontargeted muscle groups. The current research supports the contention that biofeedback reinforces discriminative responding to a specific muscle group and not generalized relaxation to adjacent muscle groups.
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Psychosomatic Medicine, v. 43, issue 1, p. 19-24
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Thompson, Joel Kevin; Haber, Joel D.; and Tearnan, Blake H., "Generalization of Frontalis Electromyographic Feedback to Adjacent Muscle Groups: A Critical Review" (1981). Psychology Faculty Publications. 2059.