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Zusammenfassung

Grundlage des Biofeedbacks sind einerseits die Verhaltenstheorie mit ihrer Betonung der Bedeutung unterschiedlicher Lernprozesse für die Regulation physiologischer Systeme und andererseits der Regelkreis mit den Bestandteilen:
  • Regelstrecke,

  • Regelgröße,

  • Sollwert,

  • Istwert

  • Meßfühler,

  • Regler und

  • Stellgröße.

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Weiterführende Literatur

  1. Hatch, J.P., Fisher, J.G. & Rugh, J.D. (Eds.). (1987). Biofeed-back-Studies in Clinical efficacy. New York: Plenum Press.Google Scholar
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  • Harald Rau

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