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A procedure in which a person learns to control through conscious thought internal physiological processes such as blood pressure, heart and respiration rate, skin temperature, sweating, and the constriction of particular muscles is called __________. A. lateralization B. stress reduction C. biofeedback D. relaxation
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User: A procedure in which a person learns to control through conscious thought internal physiological processes such as blood pressure, heart and respiration rate, skin temperature, sweating, and the constriction of particular muscles is called __________. A. lateralization B. stress reduction C. biofeedback D. relaxation

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