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The relationship between discrimination and control of physiological states is largely unexplored, although it is often suggested that this relationship is important for the mechanism of action of biofeedback. This pilot study examined 6 participants given seven sessions of alpha discrimination training combined with standard neurofeedback "control" training. Four subjects achieved five criterion (binomial p < .05) sessions in the discrimination task. The discrimination task performancesdoi:10.15540/nr.2.3.126 fatcat:imrsnvzfsffrlhbleknfebo5bq