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Volume 43, Number 3, 28 June 1996

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UCS inflation and human aversive autonomic conditioning
pp. 227-239(13)
Authors: de Jong, P.J.; Muris, P.; Merckelbach, H.

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A survey of studies reporting the outcome of breathing retraining
pp. 242-243(2)
Authors: Ley, R.; Timmons, B.

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Capnographic assessment of disordered breathing
pp. 246-246(1)
Authors: Landis, B.; Romano, P.

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A study of anaerobic threshold in chronic fatigue syndrome
pp. 246-247(2)
Author: Nixon, P.G.F.

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Effect of hyperventilation on skin and muscular blood flow and transcapillary transport of water and small solutes
pp. 247-247(1)
Authors: Steuerer, J.; Hoffmann, U.; Franzeck, U.; Vetter, W.

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Asthma self-management training for adults: second generation studies
pp. 248-248(1)
Authors: Kotses, H.; Creer, T.L.

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Chronic respiratory illness: the patient's perspective
pp. 249-250(2)
Authors: Higgins, J.R.; Neal, D.

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Psychological adjustment to mechanical ventilation in a long-term care setting
pp. 250-250(1)
Authors: Gleckman, A.D.; Phillippi, T.; Rohr, R.

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Measurement of transcutaneous Pco2 among air traffic controllers: differential responding to workload and stress
pp. 250-251(2)
Authors: Wientjes, C.J.E.; Gaillard, A.W.K.; ter Maat, R.

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Breathing and biomechanical indices of musculoskeletal strain in repetitive computer work
pp. 251-252(2)
Authors: Schleifer, L.M.; Ley, R.; Pan, C.

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Speaking and activation: speech detection by respiratory parameters
pp. 251-251(1)
Authors: Wilhelm, F.; Roth, W.T.

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Learning to have psychosomatic complaints
pp. 254-255(2)
Authors: van den Bergh, O.; Stegen, K.; van de Woestijne, K.P.

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Placebo-controlled validation of the hyperventilation-provocation test: is there a hyperventilation syndrome?
pp. 254-254(1)
Authors: Hornsveld, H.; Garssen, B.; Fiedeldij Dop, M.; van Spiegel, P.

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The relation of body composition to the perception of added resistive loads
pp. 255-255(1)
Authors: Armstrong, C.; Harver, A.

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The effects of increasing attentional load on breathing frequency in healthy children
pp. 257-258(2)
Authors: denot-Ledunois, S.; Vardon, G.; Gallego, J.

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Effects of voluntary changes in breathing frequency on respiratory comfort
pp. 257-257(1)
Authors: denot-Ledunois, S.; Vardon, G.; Gallego, J.

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Psychophysiological training by the help of 'brain music' in prophylaxis of bronchial asthma attacks
pp. 258-259(2)
Authors: Fedotov, A.A.; Miroshnicov, D.V.; Lovitsky, S.V.

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Changes of the bioelectric activity of the brain and sensitivity and reactivity of the bronchi
pp. 258-258(1)
Authors: Fedoseev, G.B.; Sinicina, T.M.; Lovitsky, S.V.

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Thoracic vs. abdominal breathing: effect on Petco2
pp. 259-260(2)
Author: Gilbert, C.

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Effect of hyperinflation on lung volumes, diffusing capacity, and blood flow in humans
pp. 259-259(1)
Authors: Gardner, W.N.; Belton, D.C.; Wilson, A.F.

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The physiological effects of voluntary hypoventilation
pp. 260-260(1)
Author: Gora, E.P.

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Ambulatory monitoring of respiration in panic disorder
pp. 262-263(2)
Authors: Martinez, J.M.; Papp, L.A.; Coplan, J.D.; Anderson, D.E.; Klein, D.F.; Gorman, J.M.

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Hyperventilation and asthma: the grey area
pp. 262-262(1)
Author: L., C.L.

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A new application of capnography in the field of fatigue
pp. 263-263(1)
Author: Nixon, P.G.F.

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A study of anaerobic threshold in chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)
pp. 264-264(1)
Authors: Nixon, P.G.F.; Andrews, J.

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Classical conditioning to hypercapnia in freely moving rats
pp. 265-265(1)
Authors: Nsegbe, E.; Vardon, G.; Perruchet, P.; Gallego, J.

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Effect of tongue position on breathing mechanics
pp. 266-267(2)
Authors: Pierce, L.; Oldham, J.

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Mental images as conditioned stimuli for increased respiratory behavior and reduced end-tidal CO2
pp. 267-268(2)
Authors: Stegen, K.; van den Bergh, O.; van de Woestijne, K.P.

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Visceral manipulation therapy
pp. 267-267(1)
Authors: Pierce, L.; Webber, J.

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Using a prolonged exhalation breathing sound as a tool in stretching of muscles
pp. 268-269(2)
Authors: von Scheele, B.H.C.; Frojd, K.

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Negative affect, respiratory reactivity, and somatic complaints in a CO2-enriched air inhalation paradigm
pp. 268-268(1)
Authors: van den Bergh, O.; Stegen, K.; van de Woestijne, K.P.

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Independent effect of ventilation and CO2 on lung volumes, diffusing capacity, and blood flow in humans
pp. 269-270(2)
Authors: Wilson, A.F.; Rafferty, G.F.; Gardner, W.N.

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