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n. the giving of immediate information to a subject about his or her bodily processes (such as heart rate), which are usually unconscious, by means of monitoring devices. This may enable some voluntary control over such processes. These processes can then be subject to operant conditioning. This is an experimental treatment for disturbances of bodily regulation, such as hypertension.

Subjects: Medicine and Health — Psychology.

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