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Our hypothesis that alpha biofeedback training would make a significant difference in a clinic subject's reading gain scores was rejected. Table 4 shows these gain scores. As in Nail's initial study, most of our subjects gained in amplitude and duration of alpha waves with the biofeedback...
To many teachers, the application of operant techniques to the classroom suggests bribery or giving candy. Better understanding, however, and creative application of that understanding, can suggest many constructive and culturally acceptable techniques to better serve the needs of children,...
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