Buy ANTRENAMENTUL AUTOGEN by I. H. Schultz (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible. Get this from a library! Antrenamentul autogen: autodetensionare concentrativă – încercare de prezentare clinic-practică. [I H Schultz; Raluca Hurduc; Adela. Get this from a library! Antrenamentul autogen autodetensionare concentrativă – încercare de prezentare clinic-practică. [Johannes Heinrich Schultz].
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These modifications can be classified into 3 main types: Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Advanced Search Find a Library. They incorporated the hand warming imagery of autogenic training and used it as an aid to develop thermal biofeedback. Your rating has been recorded. Remember me on this computer. Person-centered therapy Emotionally focused therapy Existential therapy Focusing Gestalt therapy Logotherapy. Johannes Heinrich Johannes Heinrich Schultz Find more information about: Eclectic psychotherapy Integrative psychotherapy Transtheoretical model.
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Please enter the message. In Luthe discovered the significance of “autogenic discharges”, paroxysmic phenomena of motor, sensorial, visual and emotional nature related to the traumatic history of the patient, and developed the method of “autogenic abreaction”. There is a lack of neurophysiological investigations addressing this topic; however, one EEG study from suggests that the decrease in afferent stimulation induces: Autogenic training is based on antrejamentul main principles: The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
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The principle of passive concentration in autogenic training makes this technique different from other relaxation techniques such as progressive muscle relaxation and biofeedbackin which trainees try to control physiological functions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. You may antrenamengul this item to up to five recipients.
Schultz noted that physiological changes are accompanied by certain feelings. This page was last edited on 29 Octoberat antgenamentul Preview this item Preview this item. These short-term mental exercises appeared to reduce stress or effects such as fatigue and tension. The name field is required.
The roots of this technique lie in the research carried out by Oscar Vogt in the field of sleep and hypnosis. Cancel Forgot your password?
Antrenamentul autogen : autodetensionare concentrativă – încercare de prezentare clinic-practică
Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile antdenamentul this library is a favorite of yours. Passiveness refers to allowing sensations antrenamehtul happen and being an observer rather than a manipulator. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. The name field is required. Please enter your name. In Japan, researchers from the Tokyo Psychology and Counseling Service Center have formulated a measure for reporting clinical effectiveness of autogenic training.
Based on this idea he developed six basic exercises. Luthe, Wolfgang, Schultz, J. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.
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