2 edition of Biofeedback and the arts found in the catalog.
Biofeedback and the arts
Bibliography: p. 99-111.
|Statement||Edited by David Rosenboom.|
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|Pagination||ix, 162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
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The Aesthetic Research Centre (A.R.C.) was a Canadian publisher of academic books, scientific journals, LP recordings and graphic scores in the field of sound sculpture, Avant-garde music and process music, as well as neurofeedback in the arts. History. A.R.C. Publications was founded by John Grayson in Vancouver in the early s and was active between and Founded: The Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) was founded in as the Biofeedback Research Society (BRS).
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Claudia X. Valdes + Phillip Thurtle, "Biofeedback and the arts: listening as experimental practice" This paper was presented at the REFRESH conference, First International Conference onthe Media Arts, Sciences and Technologies held at the Banff Center sept oct 4 and co sponsored by the Banff New Media Institute, the Database of Virtual Art andLeonardo/ISAST.
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