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Adams, H. B.Therapeutic Potentialities of Sensory Deprivation ProceduresInternational Mental Health Research Newspaper Vol. 6 Is. 4, pp. 7-91964Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Adams, H. B.Effects of Reduced Stimulation on Institutionalized Adult PatientsRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Clinical Applications, pp. 320-3641980Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Adams, H. B.Studies in REST III: REST, Arousability and the Nature of Alcohol and Substance AbuseJournal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Vol. 5, pp. 77-811988Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Adams, H. B., Cooper, G. D., & Carrerra, R. N.Individual Differences in Behavioral Reactions of Psychiatric Patients to Brief Partial Sensory DeprivationPerceptual and Motor Skills, Vol. 34, pp. 199-2171972Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Adams, H.B.The Incredible History of REST TechnologyRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Commentary, pp. 11 -281990Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Åsenlöf, K., Olsson, S., Bood, S. Å., & Norlander, T.Case Studies on Fibromyalgia and Burn-out Depression Using Psychotherapy in Combination with Flotation-REST: Personality Development and Increased Well-beingImagination, Cognition and Personality, Vol. 26, Iss. 3, pp. 259-2712007Research ArticleSwedenFloat REST
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Atkinson, R.Short-Term Exposure to REST: Enhancement Performance on a Signal-Detection TaskClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 93-1001993Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Baker, D.A.The Effects of REST and Hemispheric Synchronization Compared to the Effects of REST and Guided Imagery on the Enhancement of Creativity in Problem-Solving2nd International Conference on REST, pp.122-1261985Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Baker, D.A.The Use of REST in the Enhancement of Sports Performance-TennisRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Commentary, pp. 181-1871990Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Ballard, E.REST in the Treatment of Persistent Psychophysiological InsomniaClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 187-2031993Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Barabasz M., Barabasz A. F. & Dyer, R.Chamber REST Reduces Alcohol Consumption: 3, 6, 12 and 24 Hour SessionsClinical and Experimental Restricted
Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 163 - 173
1993Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Barabasz M., O'Neill M. & Scoggin, G.The Physiological Panic Button: New DataRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Commentary, pp. 112-1191990Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Barabasz, A. F.Restricted Environmental Stimulation and the Enhancement of Hypnotizability: Pain, EEG Alpha, Skin Conductance and Temperature ResponsesInternational Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Vol. 30, pp. 147-1661982Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Barabasz, A. F., Barabasz M., Bauman J.Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique Improves Human Performance: Rifle MarksmanshipPerceptual and Motor Skills, Vol. 76, pp. 867-8731993Research ArticleUSADry Float REST
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Barabasz, A., Barabasz, M., Dyer, R. & Rather, N.Effects of Chamber REST, Flotation REST and Relaxation on Transient Mood StateClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 113-1201993Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Barabasz, A.F. & Barabasz, M.Clinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and PerspectivesSpringer-Verlag, New York, New York1993BookUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Barabasz, A.F. & Barabasz, M.Controlling Experimental and Situational Demand Variables in Restricted Environmental Stimulation Research2nd International Conference on REST, pp. 110-1211985Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Barabasz, A.F. & Barabasz, M.REST: A Key Facilitator in the Treatment of Eating DisordersClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 121-1251993Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Barabasz, A.F. & Barabasz, M.Treatment of Trichotillomania and Smoking with Hypnosis and RESTClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 145-1551993Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Barabasz, A.F., Barabasz, M.Effects of Restricted Environmental Stimulation: Enhancement of Hypnotizability for Experimental and Chronic Pain ControlInternational Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis: Vol. 37 Iss. 3, pp. 217-2311989Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Barabasz, A.F., Barabasz, M.Effects of Chamber REST on Hypnotizability and Chronic PainRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Theoretical and Empirical Developments in Flotation REST, pp. 213-2281990Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Barabasz, Arreed E.Effects of Brief and Long Term REST on Conformity of Perception of Figure Inversion1st International Conference on REST and Self Regulation, pp. 103-1081983Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Barabasz, M., Barabasz, A. F., Darakjy-Jaeger, J., Justice, T., Anderson, K., Trevisan, M.The Effects of Dry Floatation REST on Hypnotizability, EEG and Skin Conductance in Lighted and Unlighted ConditionsAmerican Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Vol. 58 Iss. 2, pp. 204-2142015Research ArticleUSADry Float REST
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Beissner, F. and Marzolff, I.Investigation of Acupuncture Sensation Patterns under
Sensory Deprivation Using a Geographic Information System
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine Volume 20122012Research ArticleGermanyFloat REST
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Best, J.A. Satiation and Sensory Deprivation Combined in Smoking Therapy: Some Case Studies and Unexpected Side-EffectsInternational Journal of Addiction, Vol. 12, pp. 337-3591977Research ArticleCanadaChamber REST
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Bood, S. Å.Bending and Mending the Neurosignature. Frameworks of Influence by Flotation-REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique) Upon Wellbeing in Patients with Stress Related AilmentsKarlstad
University, Karlstad, Sweden
2007DissertationSwedenFloat REST
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Bood, S. Å., Sundequist, U., Kjellgren, A., Nordström, G., &
Norlander, T.
Effects of Flotation-REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique) on Stress Related Muscle Pain: What Makes the Difference in Therapy, Attention-Placebo, or the Relaxation Response?Pain Research and Mangement, Vol. 10, Iss. 4, pp. 201-2092005Research ArticleSwedenFloat REST
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Bood, S. Å., Sundequist, U., Kjellgren, A., Nordström, G., & Norlander, T.Effects of REST(Restricted Environmental Stimulation technique) on Stress Related Muscle Pain: Are 33 Flotation Sessions More Effective than 12 Sessions?Personality and Behaviour, Vol. 35, pp. 143-1562007Research ArticleSwedenFloat REST
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Bood, S. Å., Sundequist, U., Norlander, T., Nordström, L., Nordenström, K., Kjellgren, A., et al.Eliciting the Relaxation Response with Help of Flotation-REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique) in Patients with Stress Related AilmentsInternational Journal of Stress Management, Vol, 13, pp. 154-1752006Research ArticleSwedenFloat REST
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Bood, S.A.Floating Effective for Stress and Pain, Research SuggestsScience Daily, Iss.. Nov. 6, 20072007Research ArticleSwedenFloat REST
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Borrie R., Dana J., Perry S., & Friedman M.Flotation REST, Physical Therapy and Psychological Intervention in the Treatment of Physical DisabilitiesClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 289-2961993Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Borrie R.A., Suedfeld P.Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy in a Weight Reduction ProgramJournal of Behavioral Medicine, Vol, 3, Iss. 2, pp. 147-1611980Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Borrie, R.A.The Use of Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy in Treating Addictive BehaviorsInternational Journal on Addiction, Vol. 25, Iss. 7A-8A, pp. 995-10151990Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Borrie, R.A.Development of the Guided Float: The Use of Ericksonian Hypnosis in Flotation RESTRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Theoretical and Empirical Developments in Flotation REST, pp. 158-1731990Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Bross, M.A Cybernetic Model of Restricted Environmental Stimulation EffectsRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Theoretical and Empirical Developments in Flotation REST, pp. 31-411990Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Bross, M. The Application of Sensory Restriction Techniques in the Studiy of Sensory Threshold Regulation1st International Conference on REST and Self-Regulation, pp. 62-751983Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Bross, M., Harsh, M., Reiss, J.A Comparison of Temporal and Spatial Visual Accuity in Response to Monocular OcclusionRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Theoretical and Empirical Developments in Flotation REST, pp. 102-1011990Research ArticleUSASensory Isolation
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Brownfield, C.Slow REST or Fast Drugs: Meditation or MedicationClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 101-1111993Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Bruner, J.The Cognitive Consequences of Early Sensory DeprivationPsychosomatic Medicine, Vol. 21, Iss. 2, pp. 89-951959Research ArticleUSASensory Deprivation
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Bruno, J. J., Heilbronner, R., Fine, T, H. & Turner, J. W.The Use of Subjective Reports Rrom REST: Towards a Developmental Systems Framework1st International Conference on REST and
Self-regulation, pp. 123-135
1983Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Budzynski T.H.Hemespheric Asymmetry and RESTRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Theoretical and Empirical Developments in Flotation REST, pp. 2-211990Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Budzynski, T.H.A Brain Lateralization Model for REST1st International Conference on REST and Self-Regulation1983Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Cahn H.Sensory Isolation used with Cognition Modification Training to Restore Medically Declared Unfit Persons to Duty and Reduce Absenteeism in City of Phoenix Maintenance Workers1st International Conference on
REST and Self-Regulation, pp.167-178
1983Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Cahn, H.A Novel Application of Sensory Isolation: Tank Training to Reduce Sickness Abstenteeism in City of Phoenix Employees1st International Conference on REST and Self Regulation, pp. 167-1781983Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Cooper, G.D., Adams, H.B., & Scott, J.C.Studies in REST I: Reduced Environmental Stimulation Therapy and Reduced Alcohol ConsumptionJournal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Vol. 5, Iss. 2, pp. 61-681988Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Coren, S., Suedfeld P.Data vs Drama: Introductory Psychology Textbook’s View of REST ResearchRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Commentary pp. 62-691990Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Crawford, H.Psychological Comparisons of REST and Hypnosis: Implications for Future ResearchClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 175-1861993Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Deaton, J.E.Effectiveness of Isolation in the Reduction of Cigarette SmokingMilitary Medicine, Iss. 148, pp. 750-7531983Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Delmonte, M.M.Psychological Responses During Meditation and RESTBiofeedback and Self-Regulation, Vol. 9 Iss. 2, pp. 181-2001984Research ArticleIrelandChamber REST
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Dierendonck, D. & Nijenhuis, J.Flotation Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST) as a Stress-Management Tool; A meta-analysisPsychology and Health, June, 2005, 20, pp. 405-4122005Research ArticleThe NetherlandsFloat REST
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DiRito, D.Motivational Factors in Alcohol Consumption: Extending Hull's ModelClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 157-1621993Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Driller, M., Argus, C.Flotation Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy and Napping on Mood State and Muscle Soreness in Elite Athletes: A Novel Recovery Strategy?Performance Enhancement Health, Vol, 5, Iss. 2, pp. 60-652016Research ArticleAustraliaFloat REST
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Dyer, R., Barabasz, A. F. & Barabasz, M.Twenty-Four Hours of Chamber REST Produces Specific Food Aversions in Obese FemalesClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 127-1441993Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Edebol, H., Bood, A., Bood, S. Norlander, T.Chronic Whiplash-Associated Disorders and Their Treatment Using Floatation-REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique)Qualitative Health Research Vol. 18, Iss. 4, pp. 480-4882008Research ArticleSwedenFloat REST
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Edebol, H., Kjellgren, A., Bood, A., and Norlander, T.Enhanced Independence and Quality of Life Through Treatment with Flotation-Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique of a Patient with both Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Aspergers Syndrome: A Case ReportCases Journal, Vol. 7, Iss. 2, pp. 69-792009Case StudySwedenFloat REST
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Eichhorn, D.Auditory Signal Detection in Various Levels of Restricted Environmental StimulationUniversity of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia2003DissertationCanadaChamber REST
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Ewy, G., Sershon, P., Freundlich, T.The Presence or Absence of Light in the REST Experience: Effects on Plasma Cortisol, Blood Pressure and MoodRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Commentary, pp. 120-1331990Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Fine T. & Turner J.W.The Use of Restricted Environmental Stimulation
Therapy (REST) in the Treatment of Essential Hypertension
1st International Conference on REST and Self-Regulation, pp.136-1431983Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Fine T.& Turner J.W.The Effect of Flotation REST on EMG Biofeedback and Plasma Cortisol2nd International Conference on REST. pp.148-1551985Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Fine, T., Mills, D. Turner, J.Differential Effects of Wet and Dry Flotation REST on EEG Frequency and AmplitudeClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 205-2131993Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Dry Float REST
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Fine, T.; Turner, J.The Effects of Brief Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy in the Treatment of HypertensionBehavioral Therapist, Iss. 250, pp. 567-5701982Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Fine, T.; Turner, J.Rest-assisted Relaxation and Chronic PainHealth and Clinical Psychology1985Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Fine, T.H. & Turner J.W.First International Conference on REST and Self-RegulationIRIS Publication, Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio1983BookUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Fine, T.H. & Turner J.W.2nd International Conference on REST and Self-RegulationIRIS Publication, Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio1985BookUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Fine, T.H. & Turner J.W.Restricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and CommentaryIRIS Publication, Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio1990BookUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Fine, T.H.; McCormick, B.A.; Shefransky, D.O.; and Turner, J.W.Effects of Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy on Cortisol, Pain, and Indices of Inflammation in Rheumatoid ArthriticsMedical College of Ohio, Department of Psychiatry and Department of Physiology.1997DissertationUSAFloat REST
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Forgays, D. Belinson, M.Is Floatation Isolation a Relaxing Environment?Journal of Environmental Psychology, Vol. 6, Iss. 1, pp. 19-341986Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Forgays, D.G and Forgays, D. K.The Use of Flotation Isolation to Modify Important Type A Components in Young AdultsJournal of Environmental Psychology, Vol. 14, Iss. 1, pp. 47-551994Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Forgays, D.G. Flotation REST as a Smoking InterventionAddictive Behaviors, Vol. 12, 1987, pp. 85-901987Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Forgays, D.G., Forgays, D.K., Pudvah, M., and Wright, D.A Direct Comparison of the "Wet" and "Dry" Flotation EnvironmentsJournal of Environmental Psychology, Vol. 11, Iss. 12, pp. 179-1871991Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Dry Float REST
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Forgays, Donald G.; Forgays, Deborah K.Creativity Enhancement Through Floatation IsolationJournal of Environmental Psychology, Vol. 12, Iss. 4, pp. 329- 3351992Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Francis W.D. & Stanley J.M.The Effects of Restricted Environmental
Stimulation on Physiological and Cognitive Indices
1st International Conference on REST and Self-Regulation, pp.40-491983Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Freedman, S., Grunebaum, H., and Greenblatt, M.Perceptual and Cognitive Changes in Sensory DeprivationBrandeiss University1959DissertationUSASensory Deprivation
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Fuerst, K. and Zubek, J. P.Effects of Sensory and Perceptual Deprivation on a Battery
of Open-Ended Cognitive Tasks
Canadian Journal of Psychology, Vol. 22, pp. 122-1301968Research ArticleCanadaChamber REST
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Goldstein, D.D. & Jessen, W.E.Flotation Effect on Premenstrual SyndromeRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Commentary, pp. 260-2661990Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Grant, M.Sensory Deprivation and SchizophreniaJournal of Mental Science, Vol. 105, pp. 235-2371959Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Grunberg,, N.E.Potential Applications of Restricted Environmental Stimulus Therapy in Behavioral HealthRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Commentary, pp. 36-501990Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Hanna, I.D., Burns, N.M., Tiller, P.R.Behavioral and Physiological Response to Varying Periods of Sensory DeprivationAir Crew Equipment Laboratory, U.S. Naval Air Material Center, Philadelphia, Bureau of Medicine, MR005, 13-066.61963Scientific ReportUSAChamber REST
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Harrison, J. & Barabasz, A.REST as a Treatment for Children with AutismClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 269-2801993Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Helmreich, R.L.The Critical Role of Personality and Organizational Factors as Determinants of Reactions to Restricted and Stressful EnvironmentsRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Commentary pp. 51-611990Research ArticleUSALong term isolation
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Heron, W., W. H. Bexton, and D.O. HebbCognitive Effects of a Decreased Variation to the Sensory EnvironmentCanadian Journal of Psychology, Vol. 8, Iss. 2, pp. 70-761954Research ArticleCanadaChamber REST
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Hill, S., Eckett, M.J.H., Peterson, C., Harkness, E.F.A Pilot Study to Evaluate the Effects of Floatation Spa Treatment on Patients with OsteoarthritisComplementary Therapies in Medicine, Vol. 7, Iss. 4, pp. 235-2381999Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Hood, R.W. Jr., Morris, R.J.Sensory Isolation and the Differential Elicitation of Religious Imagery in Intrinsic and Extrinsic PersonsJournal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 20, Iss. 3, pp. 261 - 2731981Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Hu, P. Wang, R.R., Shang, Z.H.Flotation Therapy in Treatment of Patients with Primary HypertensionClinical Psychology Journal (China) Vol. 2000, Iss. 14, pp. 414-4162000Research ArticleChinaFloat REST
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Hu, P., SU, Y.The Origin and Status Quo of Flotation TherapyClinical Psychology Journal (China) Vol. 1999, Iss. 7, pp. 248-2521999Research ArticleChinaFloat REST
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Hu, P., SU, Y.Effects of Flotation Therapy on Relaxation and Mental StateChinese Medical Journal, Vol. 117, Iss. 10, pp. 1579-15812004Research ArticleChinaFloat REST
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Hunt, T.Naming an Unknown World: The Changes in Perceived Meaning in Voluntary Subjects after Repeated Use of the "Isolation Tank" Flotation Environment1st International Conference on REST and Self-Regulation, pp. 109-1221983Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Hunt, T.Body-Centered Therapies: A Holographic Paradigm for Understanding RESTRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Theoretical and Empirical Developments in Flotation REST, pp. 56-701990Research ArticleUSAChamber REST
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Hunt, T. & Poznak, J.REST in a Comprehensive Holistic Health Center Facility1st International Conference on REST and Self-Regulation, pp. 201-2051983Research ArticleUSAFloat REST, Chamber REST
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Iwata, K., Yamamoto, M., Nakao, M., and Kimura, M.A Study on Polysomnographic Observations and Subjective Experiences under Sensory DeprivationPsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, Vol, 53, Iss. 2, pp. 129-1311999Research ArticleJapanFloat REST
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Iwata, K., Yamamoto, M., Nakao, M., and Kimura, M.Quantitative Characteristics of Alpha and Theta EEG Activities During Sensory DeprivationPsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, Vol. 55, Iss. 3, pp. 191-1922001Research ArticleJapanFloat REST
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Jacobs G.D., Kemp J.C., Keane K.M.& Belden A.D.A Preliminary Clinical Outcome Study on a Hospital Based Stress Management Program Utilizing Flotation REST Biofeedback1st International Conference on REST and Self-Regulation, pp.179-1851983Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Jacobs, G., Stanley, J.M., Heilbronner, R.The Effects of Short-Term Flotation REST on Relaxation: A Controlled StudyHealth Psychology, Vol. 3, Iss. 2, pp. 99-1121984Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Jacobs, G.D., Heilbronner, R.L., Stanley, J.M.The Effects of Short Term Flotation REST on Relaxation: A Controlled StudyHealth Psychol. Vol. 3, Iss. 2, pp. 99-1121984Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Jacobs, T. The effect of the floatation version of restricted environmental stimulation technique (REST) on Jazz ImprovisationMusic and Medicine, Vol. 3, Iss. 4, pp. 234-2382011Research ArticleCanadaFloat REST
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Jessen W.The Effects of Consecutive Floats and Their Timing on Premenstrual SyndromeClinical and Experimental Restricted
Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 281-288
1993Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Jessen, W. E.In-tank Floatation TherapyRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Reseach and Commentary, pp. 152-1571990Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Jessen, W. E.Specific Odors and FlotationRestricted Environmental Stimulation: Theoretical and Empirical Developments in Flotation REST, pp. 134-1351990Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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Jessen, W. E.The Effects of Consecutive Floats and their Timing on Premenstrual SyndromeClinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives, pp. 221-2281993Research ArticleUSAFloat REST
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