Joe Kamiya

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Neurofeedback - History and Application
... Later, Joe Kamiya popularized neurofeedback in the 1960s when an article about the alpha brain wave experiments he had been conducting was published in Psychology Today in 1968 ... Kamiya’s experiment had two parts ... Many other biofeedback treatments have emerged, since Kamiya’s alpha experiments ...

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