Donald Moss, PhD

             LIST OF ALL PUBLICATIONS

Books: 

McGrady, A., & Moss, D. (2018).  Integrative pathways:  Navigating chronic illness with a mind-body-spirit approach.  New York, NY: Springer.

Moss, D., & Shaffer, F. (Eds.) (2018). Fundamentos del Biofeedback de Variabilidad del Ritmo Cardio (Foundations of heart rate variability biofeedback) (trans. Anabel Gonzales). Madrid, Spain:  Sociedad Española de Bio y Neurofeedback.

Moss, D., & Shaffer, F.  (in press).  Physiological recording technology and applications in biofeedback and neurofeedback.  Wheat Ridge, CO:  Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.

Khazan, I., & Moss, D. (Eds.) (in press).  Mindfulness, acceptance, and compassion in biofeedback practice. Wheat Ridge, CO:  Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.

Moss, D., & Shaffer, F. (Eds.) (2016).  Foundations of heart rate variability: A book of readings. Wheat Ridge, CO:  Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.

McGrady, A., & Moss, D.  (2013).  Pathways to illness, pathways to health. New York, NY: Springer.

Moss, D., McGrady, A., Davies, T., & Wickramasekera, I. (Eds.). (2006).  Podrecznik: Medycyny umystu i ciata (Translated into Polish by J. Wasovicz-Sztembis & R. Sztembis).   Poland:  Publication of Biofeedback-Polska.

Moss, D., McGrady, A., Davies, T., & Wickramasekera, I. (Eds.). (2003).  Handbook of mind-body medicine in primary care. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Moss, D. (Ed.).  (1998).  Humanistic and transpersonal psychology: An historical and biographical sourcebook.  Westport, Connecticut:  Greenwood Press.

Moss, D., & Moss, N.  (1987).  (Translation).  O. F. Bollnow, Crisis and new beginning:  Contributions to a pedagogical anthropology.  Pittsburgh:  Duquesne University Press.

Moss, D.  (1984).  The psychological appropriation of the obese body as exemplified by female intestinal bypass patients.  (Doctoral dissertation, Duquesne University).  (University microfilms # 8502511).

Moss, D. (1982).  (Translator).  E. Straus, Man, time, and world:  Selected studies in anthropological psychology.  Pittsburgh:  Duquesne University Press.


Book Chapters, Journal Articles, and Course Guides:

Shaffer, F., & Moss, D. (in press). Biofeedback. In S. Govoni, P. Politi, & E. Vanoli (Eds.), Brain and heart dynamics. Basil, Switzerland:  Springer International Publishing.

Moss, D. (in press). The most beautiful man:  The integration of hypnosis and biofeedback for depression and dissociation. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis.

Moss, D. (in press). “Observe and accept:” A pathways approach to multiple sclerosis. Biofeedback.

Moss, D. (2018). The role of mindfulness approaches in integrative medicine.  Biofeedback, 46(1).

Moss, D., & Willmarth, E. (2018). In memorium:  Assen Alladin, 1948-2017. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 66(2), 119-120. doi/full/10.1080/00207144.2018.1421363

Moss, D., & Schaffer, D. (2017). Applications of heart rate variability biofeedback in common medical and mental health disorders. Biofeedback, 45(1), 2-8.

Moss, D. (2017).  I so hurt: Applications of hypnosis, complementary therapies, and lifestyle change to traumatic brain injury. Annals of Palliative Medicine, 7(1),151-158. doi:10.21037/apm.2017.08.16

Moss, D. (2017). The frustrated and helpless healer: Pathways approaches to post-traumatic stress disorders. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 65(3), 336-352.

Moss, D., & Willmarth, E.  (2017).  Ego strengthening approaches in hypnotically assisted psychotherapy. In G. Elkins (Ed.), Clinician’s guide to medical and psychological hypnosis: Foundations, applications, and professional issues (pp. 535-545).  New York, NY: Springer.

Moss, D. (2016). The house is crashing down on me: Integrating mindfulness, breath training, and heart rate variability biofeedback for an anxiety disorder in a 71-year old caregiver. Biofeedback, 44(3), 160-167.

Moss, D.& Willmarth, E. (2016).  Ego-strengthening approaches in hypnotically assisted psychotherapy. In G. Elkins (Ed.), Handbook of medical and psychological hypnosis: Foundations, applications, and professional issues  (pp. 535-545). New York, NY: Springer.

Moss, D. (2016). Pathways interventions and systemic lupus erythematosus: The case of Mary Anne. Biofeedback, 44(2), 73-80.

Sella, G. & Moss, D. (2016). Chronic muscle pain, biofeedback, and the neurophysiology of pain. Biofeedback, 44(1), 19-23.

Moura, V. L., & Moss, D. (2016). Jaguar Medicine: A qualitative study of healing and transformation.  International Journal of Health Promotion and Education. doi:10.1080/14635240.2016.1142060  Online first at: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/D8gbQmTTF3eRtgMG3JBA/full

Moss, D., & Shaffer, F. (2016). Foreword. In G. Tan, F. Shaffer, R. Lyle, & I. Teo (Eds.), Evidence-based treatment in biofeedback and neurofeedback (3rd ed., pp. i-v). Wheat Ridge, CO:  Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.

Moss, D. (2016). Anxiety and anxiety disorders. In G. Tan, F. Shaffer, R. Lyle, & I. Teo (Eds.), Evidence-based treatment in biofeedback and neurofeedback (3rd ed., pp. 27-31). Wheat Ridge, CO:  Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.

Moss, D. (2015). The use of biofeedback in pediatric care. The Oklahoma Psychologist, 27(3), 27-33.

Moura, V. L., & Moss, D. (2015).  Council dreaming and stories: Experiences of healing and transformation through Jaguar Medicine. Coreopsis, 4(2). http://societyforritualarts.com/coreopsis/fall-2015-issue/council-dreaming-and-stories-experiences-of-healing-and-transformation-through-jaguar-medicine/

Moss, D. (2015). Integration of mindfulness training into a comprehensive “Pathways Model” treatment program:  The case of Jorge. Biofeedback, 43(3), 137-141.

Glick, R., & Moss, D. (2015, Summer-Fall). What is heart rate variability and why should I care? International Network for Integrative Mental Health Newsletter, 2(2), 6-7, 13.

Peper, E., Aranda, P. M., and Moss, D. (2015). Vulvodynia treated successfully with breathing, biofeedback, and integrated stress reduction: A case report. Biofeedback, 43(2), 103-109. 

Moss, D. (2015).  On the way to neurophenomenology. Review of
Susan Gordon (editor), Neurophenomenology and Its Applications to Psychology. In The Humanistic Psychologist, 43, 88-96.

Moss, D., & Willmarth, E. (2015).  From Mandrake the Magician to shamanic healing: The hypnotic journey of Stanley Krippner.  In D. Pitchford, J. Davies, & L. Hoffman (Eds.), Stanley Krippner:  A life of dreams, myths, and visions.  Colorado Springs, CO: University Professors Press.

Moss, D. (2014).  On the road from induction to utilization.
[Review of the book, The induction of hypnosis: An Ericksonian elicitation approach, by J. K. Zeig]. PsycCRITIQUES, 59(52), doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/10038468

Peper, E., Shumay, D.M., Moss, D., Sztembis, R., & Takebayashi,
N. (2014).The power of words, biofeedback, and somatic feedback
to impact illness beliefs.  Japanese Journal of Biofeedback Research, 41(2), 69-76.

Moss, D. (2014). The use of biofeedback and neurofeedback in pediatric care.  In R. Anbar (Ed.), Functional disorders in pediatrics: A clinical guide (pp. 285-303). New York: Springer.

Peper, E., Shumay, D.M., Moss, D. & Sztembis, R. (2013). The power of words, biofeedback, and somatic feedback to impact illness beliefs. Somatics, 18, 4-8.

Shaffer, F., Crawford, J., & Moss, D. (2013). BCIA launches a heart rate variability certificate of completion. Biofeedback, 41(1).

Peper, E, Shumay, D. M., & Moss, D. (2012). Change illness beliefs with biofeedback and somatic feedback. Biofeedback, 40(4), 154-159.

Shaffer, F., Crawford, J., & Moss, D. (2012). What is BCIA really? Biofeedback, 40(4), 133-136.

Shaffer, F., Crawford, J., & Moss, D. (2012). Mentoring: What is it all about? Biofeedback, 40(3), 990-101.

Moss, D., Shaffer, F., & Crawford, J. (2012). The internationalization of BCIA. Biofeedback, 40(1), 4-6.

Moss, D., & Wilson, V. (2012). Foreword:  The use of general biofeedback in the pursuit of optimal performance.  In W. A. Edmonds, & G. Tenenbaum (Eds.), Case studies in applied psychophysiology: Neurofeedback and biofeedback treatments for advances in human performance. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Moss, D., & Budzynski, H. K. (2011).  The published works of Thomas H. Budzynski. Biofeedback, 39(4), 167-168.

Moss, D. (2010). The two hearts and the path to heartful living.  In S. Y. Bhave &  S. Saini (Ed.),  The anger/hostility/aggression syndrome and cardiovascular diseases  (pp. 201-210).  New Delhi, India:  Anamaya Publication Ltd.

Moss, D., Lehrer, P.M., & Gevirtz, R. (2008). Special issue: The emergent science and practice of heart rate variability biofeedback.  Biofeedback, 36(1), 1-4.

Moss, D. (2008).  15 Grundsätze für die Anwendung von Biofeedback in einer psychosomatische Psychotherapie (15 principles for the application of biofeedback in a psychosomatic psychotherapy).  Biofeedback in der Praxis, Band II. Erwachsene. (Biofeedback in practice: vol. 2. Adults) (pp.  108-114).  Vienna, Austria:  Springer Medizin.

Moss, D. (2007). Behaviorally reconnecting mind and body.  In S. Ostalecki (Ed.), Fibromyalgia: The complete guide from medical experts and patients. Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Peper, E., Harvey, R., Lin, I. M., Tylova, H. & Moss, D. (2007). Is there more to blood volume pulse than heart rate variability, respiratory sinus arrhythmia and cardio-respiratory synchrony? Biofeedback, 35(2), 54-61.

Wilson, V. E., Peper, E., & Moss, D. (2006).  ‘The Mind Room’ in Italian soccer training: The use of biofeedback and neurofeedback for optimum performance. Biofeedback, 34 (3), 79-81.

Shaffer, F., & Moss, D. (2006).  Biofeedback. In C.-S. Yuan, E. J. Bieber, & B.A. Bauer (Ed.), Textbook of complementary and alternative medicine (2nd ed.) (pp. 291-312).  Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK:  Informa Healthcare.

Moss, D. (2005).  Expressive writing.  Biofeedback, 33(4), 159.

Moss, D. (2005). Psychophysiological psychotherapy: The use of biofeedback, biological monitoring, and stress management principles in psychotherapy, Psychophysiology Today: The Magazine for Mind-Body Medicine, 2 (1), 14-18.

Moss, D. (2004). Heart rate variability and biofeedback. Psychophysiology Today: The Magazine for Mind-Body Medicine, 1, 4-11.

Moss, D. (2004). Manejo del Estres en la Hipertension: Variabilidad de la Tasa Cadiaca y Fisiologi de la Respiracion (Manual of stress and hypertension:  Heart rate variability and the physiology of respiration:  Mexico City: Faculty of Psychology, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.

Moss, D. (2004).  Adjunctive interventions and assessment.  In A. Crider & D. Montgomery (Eds.), Introduction to biofeedback: An AAPB independent study program (Module 7, pp. 1-87). Wheat Ridge, CO:  Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. 

Moss, D., & Kirk, L. (2004). Evidence-based practice in biofeedback and neurofeedback. Foreword to C. Yucha & C. Gilbert, Evidence-based practice in biofeedback and neurofeedback. Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, Wheat Ridge, CO.

Moss, D. (2004).  Spiritualität, Psychophysiologie, und Gesundheitsvorsorge. Newsletter, Osterreichische Gesellschaft für Biofeedback und Psychophysiologie, 19, 14-16. (German language).

Moss, D., Sella, G.E., Andrasik, F., Donaldson, C.C.S., Lehrer, P., Palsson, O., Peper, E. & Sterman, M.B. (2004).  Current applications of biofeedback to physical medicine and rehabilitation.  National Fibromyalgia Association Fibromyalgia Online, 4(4). http://www.fmaware.org/fmOnlineNewsletter/2004/vol4_no4/article_AAPBBioFeedback.htm 

Moss, D., Sella, G. E., Andrasik, F., Donaldson, S., Lehrer, P., Palsson, O., Peper, E., & Sterman, M. B.  (2003). Current applications of biofeedback to physical medicine and rehabilitation. Europa Medicophysica, 39 (4), 165-170.

Moss, D., (2003). Health psychology: The application of psychological concepts and tools to health.  Course guide for graduate  course #4050, Health Psychology. San Francisco, CO: Saybrook Graduate School.

Moss, D., (2003).  Phenomenology, applied psychophysiology and behavioral medicine.  In R. Kall & J. Kamiya  (Eds.), Textbook of neurofeedback, EEG biofeedback, QEEG, and brain regulation. Digital book. Philadelphia:  Futurehealth.  http://www.futurehealth.org/book.htm

Gordon, J. S., & Moss, D. (2003). Manifesto for a new medicine. Biofeedback, 31(3), 8-11, 19.

Lake, J., & Moss, D. (2003). QEEG and EEG biofeedback in the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric and neurological disorders:  An authentic complementary therapy. Biofeedback, 31 (3), 25-28, 36.

Hamiel, D., Moss, D., &  Shwarzman, P. (2003). Clinical psychophysiology in primary care.  Hrefua. Journal of the Israel Medical Association, 142 (3), 193-196 (Hebrew language).

Moss, D. (2003).  Mind/body medicine, evidence-based medicine, clinical psychophysiology, and integrative medicine. In D. Moss, A. McGrady, T. Davies, & I. Wickramaskera (Eds.), Handboook of mind-body medicine in primary care: Behavioral and physiological tools (pp. 3-18). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Gilbert, C., & Moss, D. (2003).  Biofeedback and biological monitoring. In D. Moss,  A. McGrady, T. Davies, & I Wickramaskera (Eds.), Handbook of mind-body medicine in primary care: Behavioral and physiological tools (pp. 109-122). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Moss, D. (2003).  The anxiety disorders. In D. Moss, D., A. McGrady, T. Davies, & I. Wickramasekera  (Eds.), Handbook of mind-body medicine in primary care: Behavioral and physiological tools (pp. 359-375). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Moss, D. (2003).  Existential and spiritual dimensions of primary care:  Healing the wounded soul. In D. Moss, A. McGrady, T. Davies, & I. Wickramaskera  (Eds.), Handbook of mind-body medicine in primary care: Behavioral and physiological tools (pp. 477-488). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Zinn, M., & Moss, D. (2002). Conceptual overview:  Evolution of applied psychophysiology in performing arts  Biofeedback, 30 (3/4), 4-5, 19.

Moss, D. (2002). Brief report: The Mozart effect: Implications for seizure control.  Biofeedback, 30 (3/4), 48.

Moss, D.  (2002).  The circle of the soul: The role of spirituality in health care. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback,.27 (4),  273-287.

Moss, D, & Gunkelman, J. (2002). Task force report on methodology and empirically supported treatments: Introduction. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback,.27 (4),  261-262.

Moss, D. (2002).  Psychological perspectives: Anxiety disorders:  Identification and intervention.  In B. Horowitz (Ed.),  Communication apprehension:  Origins and management (pp. 74-113). San Diego, CA:  Singular/Thomson Learning.

Moss, D. (2001).  Biofeedback. In S. Shannon (Ed.), Handbook of complementary and alternative therapies in mental health (pp. 135-158). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Moss, D., Andrasik, F., McGrady, A.,  Perry, J. D., & Baskin, S. M. (2001). Biofeedback can help headache sufferers. Biofeedback, 29 (4), 11-13.

Moss, D. (2001). The roots and geneology of humanistic psychology. In K. Schneider, Bugental, J., & Pierson, J. (Ed.), Handbook of humanistic psychology (pp. 5-20). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Moss, D. (2001, Fall). The soul in health care. Biofeedback, 29 (3),

Nadeau, M., & Moss, D. (1999).  Integrated health care:  A provider’s primer. Biofeedback, 27 (2), 15-25.

Moss, D. (1999).  Biofeedback, mind-body medicine, and primary care.  Biofeedback, 27 (1), 4-11.

Moss, D., & Lehrer, P. M. (1998).  Body-work in psychotherapy before biofeedback.  Biofeedback, 26 (1), 4-31.

Moss, D. (1998). Biofeedback, mind-body medicine, and the higher limits of human nature.  In D. Moss (Ed.), Humanistic and transpersonal psychology: An historical and biographical sourcebook (pp. 145-161). Westport, Connecticut:  Greenwood Press.

Moss, D.  (1992).  Obesity, body image, and identity.  In D. Leder & M. Rawlinson (Eds.), The body in medical thought and practice.  New York: D. Reidel Publishing Co.

Moss, D.  (1992).  Cognitive therapy, phenomenology, and the struggle for meaning.  Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 23 (1), 87-102.

Moss, D.  (1989).  Psychotherapy and human experience.  In R. Valle & S. Halling (Eds.), Existential-phenomenological perspectives in psychology (pp. 193-213). New York: Plenum.

Moss, D.  (1989).  Brain, body, and world:  Body image and the psychology of the body.  In R. Valle & S. Halling (Eds.), Existential-phenomenological perspectives in psychology (pp. 63-82). New York: Plenum.

Moss, D.  (1984).  Individuality and belonging in the suffering family.  Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 15 (1), 89-109.

Moss, D. (1984).  Corpulence and corporeality:  Phenomenological perspectives on the intestinal bypass patient.  In C. Anstoos (Ed.), Exploring the lived world.  West Georgia College Studies in the Social Sciences, 23, 85-99.

Moss, D.  (1982).  Distortions in human embodiment:  A study of surgically treated obesity. In R. Bruzina and B. Wilshire (Eds.), Phenomenology:  Dialogues and bridges.  Selected Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, vol. 8.  Albany, N.Y.:  State University of New York Press, 1982.

Moss, D.  (1981).  Erwin Straus and the problem of individuality.  Human Studies, 4 (1), 49-65.

Moss, D.  (1980). (Translator).  E. Straus. Sentiment and sentimentality.  Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 11 (1), 111-115.

Moss, D.  (1980).   Transformation of self and world in Johannes Tauler's mysticism.  Revision:  A Journal of Knowledge and Consciousness. 3 (2), 18-26.  Revised version in R. Valle, and R. Von Eckartsberg (Eds.), The metaphors of consciousness (pp. 337-357).  New York: Plenum,1981.

Moss, D.  (1980).   Phenomenology and neuropsychology:  Two approaches to consciousness.  Revision:  A Journal of Knowledge and Consciousness. 3 (1), 23-29.  Revised version in R. Valle, and R. Von Eckartsberg (Eds.), The metaphors of consciousness (pp. 153-166).  New York: Plenum, 1981.

Moss, D., & Keen, E.  (1978, September).  The nature of consciousness:  The existential-phenomenological approach.  In R. Valle (Chair),  The nature of consciousness.  Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto.   Revised version in R. Valle, and R. Von Eckartsberg (Eds.), The metaphors of consciousness.  New York: Plenum, 1981.

Moss, D. (1978).  Brain, body, and world:  Perspectives on body image.  In R. Valle and M. King (Eds.), Existential-phenomenological alternatives for psychology (pp. 73-93).  New York:  Oxford University Press.

Moss, D.  (1978).  Medard Boss and psychotherapy.  In R. Valle and M. King (Eds.), Existential-phenomenological alternatives for psychology  (pp. 308-323).  New York:  Oxford University Press.

Moss, D.  (1977).  Transformations in body image following intestinal bypass surgery. In D. L. Smith and E. L. Murray (Eds.), Duquesne Papers in Phenomenological Psychology, vol. 2 (pp. 55-103).  Dept. of Psychology, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.


Book Reviews and Newsletter Articles:

Moss, D. (2016). Review of M. Schwartz and F. Andrasik (Eds)., Biofeedback: The practitioner’s guide (4th ed.), Biofeedback

Moss, D. (2015).  On the way to neurophenomenology. Review of Susan Gordon (editor), Neurophenomenology and Its Applications to Psychology. In The Humanistic Psychologist, 43, 88-96.

Moss, D. (2014). On the road from induction to utilization. [Review of the book, The induction of hypnosis: An Ericksonian elicitation approach, by J. K. Zeig]. PsycCRITIQUES, 59(52), doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/10038468

Moss, D. (2012). Review of E. Cardeña and M, Winkelman (Eds.), Altering consciousness: Multidisciplinary perspectives, Vol. I. History, culture, and the humanities, and Vol. II. Biological and psychological perspectives. PsycCRITIQUES, 57(18), 2.

Moss, D. (2004). Review of M. Schwartz and F. Andrasik (Eds.), Biofeedback: The practitioner’s guide. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 29(1), 75-78.

Moss, D. (Summer, 1999). Review of Nicholas A. Cummings and Janet L. Cummings, The essence of psychotherapy: Reinventing the art in the age of data.  Biofeedback, 28 (2), 31.

Moss, D.  (Spring, 1999). Review of Alexander Blount  (Ed.). (1998), Primary care: The future of medical and mental health collaboration. Biofeedback,  27 (1).

 

Moss, D. (Spring, 1999). Review of Nicholas A. Cummings, Janet L. Cummings, and John N. Johnson (Eds.), Behavioral health in primary care: A guide for clinical integration. Biofeedback,  27 (1).

Moss, D. (Spring, 1999). Review of Eric J. Cassell  (1997). Doctoring: The Nature of Primary Care Medicine. Biofeedback,  27 (1).

Moss, D.  (Winter, 1995).  Review of M. Schwartz and Associates, Biofeedback:  The practitioner’s guide.  Biofeedback,  23 (3).

Moss, D. (1994).  Current perspectives on anxiety:  Advances in research and treatment.  Feedback:  Newsletter of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, 17 (2), 6-7.

Moss, D.  (1994).  Twenty five years of biofeedback and applied psychophysiology.  In F. Butler & D. Moss (Eds.), 25th anniversary commemorative yearbook.  Wheat Ridge, Colorado: Association for Applied Psychophysiology.

Moss, D.  (1994).  Review of R. Fried & J. Grimaldi, The psychology and physiology of breathing in behavioral medicine, clinical psychology, and psychiatry.  Feedback:  Newsletter of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, 17 (1), 7.

Moss, D.  (1993).  Review of D. R. Falvo, Medical and psychosocial aspects of chronic illness and disability.  Feedback:  Newsletter of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, 16 (3), 7.

Moss, D.  (1993).  Review of W. G. Thompson, Gut reactions: Understanding symptoms of the digestive tract.  Feedback:  Newsletter of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, 16 (1), 4-5.

Moss, D.  (1992).  Review of D. Tiemersma, Body schema and body image.  Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 23 (2).

Moss, D.  (1992).  Review of B. Bongar, The suicidal patient.  Feedback:  Newsletter of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, 15 (1), 5-6.

Moss, D.  (1992).  Review of M. Goldenberg, Pharmacology for the psychotherapist.  Feedback:  Newsletter of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, 15 (1), 6.

Moss, D. (1991).  Behavioral medicine:  How wide the path?  Feedback:  Newsletter of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, 14 (2), 3-4.

Moss, D.  (1991).  Review of J. G. Travell and D. G. Simons, Myofascial pain and dysfunction: The trigger point manual, vol. I.   Feedback:  Newsletter of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, 14 (2), 10-11.

Moss, D. (1991).  Review of two works on pain by Dennis Turk and others.  Feedback:  Newsletter of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, 14 (1).

Moss, D.  (1990).  Panic disorder with vasoconstrictive episodes: A case history.  Feedback:  Newsletter of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, 13 (2), 9-13.

Moss, D.  (1990).  Review of K. E. Buhler and H. Weiss (Eds.), Kommunikation und Perspektivitat:  Beitrage zur Anthropologie aus Medizin und Geisteswissenschaften.  Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 21 (1), 96-101.

Moss, D.  (1990).  Review of A. J. Stunkard and A. Baum (Eds.), Perspectives in behavioral medicine:  Eating, sleeping, and sex.  Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback Newsletter, 13 (1), 8-9.

Moss, D.  (1990).  Review of C. L. Cooper and R. Payne (Eds.), Causes, coping, and consequences of stress at work.  Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback Newsletter, 13 (1), 11-12.

Moss, D.  (1990).  Review of A. W. Siegman and T. M. Dembroski (Eds.), In search of coronary prone behavior.  Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback Newsletter, 13 (1), 12-13.

Moss, D.  (1989).  Discussion of R. W. Sperry and psychology's mentalist paradigm.  Christian Association for Psychological Studies:  Midwest Newsletter, 7 (1), 3.

Moss, D. (1989).  Review of K. L. Lichtstein, Clinical relaxation strategies.  Michigan Society of Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback Newsletter, 12 (2), 5.

Moss, D. (1989).  Review of L. Peterson, Special series, Coping with medical illness and medical procedures.  Michigan Society of Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback Newsletter, 12 (2), 8-9.

Moss, D.  (1988).  Review of W. G. Rollins, Jung and the bible.  Christian Association for Psychological Studies:  Midwest Newsletter, 6 (3), 3.

Moss, D. (1988).  Review of J. Borysenko, Minding the body, mending the mind.  Michigan Society of Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback Newsletter, 12 (1), 7.

Moss, D. (1987, September).  The interface between behavioral medicine and psychiatric disturbance.  Michigan Society of Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback Newsletter, 10 (2), 3-7.

Moss, D.  (1984).  Review of Heinrich Schipperges, Kosmos Anthropos: Entwurfe zu einer Philosophie des Leibes.  Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 9 (1), 121-126.


HIGHLIGHTS


Mind-Body Medicine

Moss, D. (in press for 2018). “Observe and accept:” A pathways approach to multiple sclerosis. Biofeedback, 46(4).

 

Moss, D., & Schaffer, D. (2017). Applications of heart rate variability biofeedback in common medical and mental health disorders. Biofeedback, 45(1), 2-8.    

Available at:   https://www.aapb.org/files/publications/biofeedback/2017/biof-45-01-02-08.pdf

Moss, D. (2017).  I so hurt: Applications of hypnosis, complementary therapies, and lifestyle change to traumatic brain injury. Annals of Palliative Medicine, 7(1),151-158. doi:10.21037/apm.2017.08.16

Available at:  http://apm.amegroups.com/article/view/16440/16555 

Moss, D. (2017). The frustrated and helpless healer: Pathways approaches to post-traumatic stress disorders. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 65(3), 336-352.

Spirituality and Living from the Heart:

Moura, V. L., & Moss, D. (2016). Jaguar Medicine: A qualitative study of healing and transformation.  International Journal of Health Promotion and Education. doi: 10.1080/14635240.2016.1142060  

Online first at: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/D8gbQmTTF3eRtgMG3JBA/full

Moura, V. L., & Moss, D. (2015).  Council dreaming and stories: Experiences of healing and transformation through Jaguar Medicine. Coreopsis, 4(2). 

Available online at: http://societyforritualarts.com/coreopsis/fall-2015-issue/council-dreaming-and-stories-experiences-of-healing-and-transformation-through-jaguar-medicine/

Moss, D. (2015). Integration of mindfulness training into a comprehensive “Pathways Model” treatment program:  The case of Jorge. Biofeedback, 43(3), 137-141.

Moss, D. (2010). The two hearts and the path to heartful living. In S. Y. Bhave &     S. Saini (Ed.), The anger/hostility/aggression syndrome and cardiovascular diseases  (pp. 201-210).  New Delhi, India:  Anamaya Publication Ltd.     

Moss, D. (2002). The circle of the soul: The role of spirituality in health care. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 27(4),  273-287. 

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Optimal Performance:

Moss, D., & Wilson, V. (2012). Foreword:  The use of general biofeedback in the pursuit of optimal performance.  In W. A. Edmonds, & G. Tenenbaum (Eds.), Case studies in applied psychophysiology: Neurofeedback and biofeedback treatments for advances in human performance. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. 

Moss, D., & Tattenbaum, R. (2012). Special Issue: Sports, the arts, and beyond.Biofeedback, 40(1), 1-3.  

Wilson, V. E., Peper, E., & Moss, D. (2006).  ‘The Mind Room’ in Italian soccer training: The use of biofeedback and neurofeedback for optimum performance. Biofeedback, 34 (3), 79-81.  

http://www.resourcenter.net/images/AAPB/Files/Biofeedback/2006/biof_34_3_performance.pdf

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Psychotherapy:

Moss, D. (2005). Psychophysiological psychotherapy: The use of biofeedback, biological monitoring, and stress management principles in psychotherapy, Psychophysiology Today: The Magazine for Mind-Body Medicine, 2 (1), 14-18.

Moss, D.  (1989).  Psychotherapy and  human experience.  In R. Valle & S. Halling (Eds.),
Existential-phenomenological perspectives in psychology (pp. 193-213).  New York: Plenum.

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