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Volume 62, Number 27    March 20, 2015         

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Health Education
Professor of Health Education Erik Peper and Associate Professor of Health Education Richard Harvey with five undergraduate students co-authored the following posters presented at the 46th annual meeting of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback held in Austin, Texas, March 11-14:

  • Posture changes, perceived strength and SEMG (Peper, E., Booiman, A., Lin, I-M., Harvey, R. and Del Dosso, A.).
  • Abdominal SEMG feedback for diaphragmatic breathing: A methodological note (Peper, E., Booiman, A., Lin, I-M., Harvey, R. and Mitose, J.).
  • Changes with a seat insert: changes in strength and not EMG (Schwanbeck, R., Peper, E., Booiman, A., Harvey, R. and Lin, I-M.) .
  • Eliminating chronic migraines with electromyography, autogenic training, posture and cognitive control: A successful case report (Miceli, B.J. Peper, E. and Harvey, R.).
  • Alternative tool for weight bearing with balance training biofeedback for hemiparetic patients (Gomes, L., G., Harvey, R., Peper, E. and Gamba, H.R.).
  • Muscular changes in weight bearing using biofeedback tool in hemiparetic patients (Gomes, L.G., Peper, E., Harvey, R., Neto, T.P.L.,Maia, J. M. and Gamba, H.R.).

Social Work
Associate Professor of Social Work Yeon-Shim Lee co-authored two articles: "Predicting help-seeking attitudes toward mental health services among American Indian older adults: Is Andersen's behavioral model a good fit?" which was published in the Journal of Applied Gerontology and "Depression literacy among American Indian older adults," published in the Journal of Evidence-Informed Social Work


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