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PAUL G. SWINGLE, Ph. D, F.C.P.A., R. PsychSuite #6301190 Melville StreetVancouver, British ColumbiaV6E 3W1Phone: (604) 608-0444Fax: (604) 684-7659Email: pswingle@drswingle.comEducation: B.A. (1960) - Hofstra UniversityM.A. (1962) - Hofstra UniversityPh.D. (1964) -University of MassachusettsRegistrations, Certifications & Honors:College of Psychologists of British Columbia, Registration # 1306Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, Certificate # 2652Senior Fellow, Biofeedback Certification Institute of America, Certificate # 2524Fellow, Canadian Psychological AssociationDiplomate and Examiner, National Registry of Neurofeedback Providers, Certificate # 47008Fellow, Canadian Institute for Conflict ResolutionFellow, Biofeedback Certification Institute of America, EEG Feedback Certification # 1185Professional Experience:Private Practice in Clinical Psychoneurophysiology, 1998 - Present.Visiting Professor, School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, 1998-2000Professor, School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, 1972 - 1998.Associate Attending Psychologist, McLean Hospital, 1991 - 1998.Lecturer, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, 1991 - 1998.Coordinator, Clinical Psychophysiology, McLean Hospital, 1991 - 1997.Clinical Supervisor, Centre for Psychological Services, University of Ottawa, 1987 - 1998.Chair, Department of Child Psychology, University of Ottawa, 1972 - 1974.Associate Professor of Psychology, McMaster University, 1969 - 1972.Associate Professor of Psychology, McGill University, 1966 – 1969.Assistant Professor of Psychology, Dalhousie University, 1964 - 1966.PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERSBOOKS:Swingle, Paul G. (1992). Subliminal treatment procedures: A clinician's guide. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press.Williamson, R.C., Swingle, P.G., Sargent, S.S. (1982). Teacher's manual for social psychology. Itasca, IL: Peacock.Williamson, R.C., Swingle, P.G., & Sargent, S.S. (1982). Social psychology. Itasca, IL.: Peacock.Swingle, P.G. (1976). The management of power. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.Swingle, P.G. (Ed.). (1973). Social psychology in natural settings. Chicago: Aldine. Reprinted in England (1973) entitled Social psychology in everyday life. Middlesex: Penguin.Swingle, P.G. (Ed.). (1970). The structure of conflict. New York: Academic Press.Swingle, P.G. (Ed.). (1968). Experiments in social psychology. New York: Academic Press. Revised printing of the book published in 1969 by Academic Press. CHAPTERS IN BOOKSSwingle, P.G. (1998). Clinical applications of subliminal auditory stimulation: The treatment of attention deficiency. In J. Kamiya, B. Kall & G. Schwartz (Eds.), Applied Neurophysiology and Brainwave Biofeedback. Trevoese, PA: Futurehealth.Swingle, P.G. (1998) Subliminal treatment procedures: Research commentary. In R.P. Byers (Ed.) Neurotherapy Reference Library. Wheat Ridge, Co.: Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.Swingle, P.G. (1979). Damned if we do - damned if we don't. In L.H. Strickland (Ed.), Soviet and Western perspectives in social psychology. New York: Pergamon.Swingle, P.G. (1978). Les jeux de risque. In C. de la Pzadelle (Ed.), Encyclopedie univers de la psychologie. Paris: Edition Lidis. Swingle, P.G. (1976). Critique on resolution versus revolution. In L.H. Strickland, F.E. Aboud, & K.J. Gergen (Eds.), Social psychology in transition. New York: Plenum Press. Swingle, P.G. (1973). It feels good when it stops. In P.G. Swingle (Ed.), Social psychology in natural settings. Chicago: Aldine. Swingle, P.G. (1970). "Dangerous" games. In P.G. Swingle (Ed.), The structure of conflict (pp. 235-276). New York: Academic Press. PAPERS IN REFERRED JOURNALSSwingle, P.G., Pulos, L., & Swingle, M.K. (in press) Neurophysiological indicators of EFT treatment of post-traumatic stress. Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine. Swingle, P.G. (2001) Parameters associated with rapid neurotherapeutic treatment of common ADD (CADD). Journal of Neurotherapy. 5, 73-84. Swingle, P.G. (1998). Neurofeedback treatment of pseudoseizure disorder. Biological Psychiatry, 44, 1196 -1199. Swingle, P.G. (1996). Subthreshold 10Hz sound suppresses EEG theta: Clinical application for the potentiation of neurotherapeutic treatment of ADD/ADHD. Journal of Neurotherapy, 2, 15-22. Swingle, P.G. (1989). The resolution of conflict. Canadian Psychology, 30, 650-661. Swingle, P.G. (1987). A minimal negotiation situation. Psychological Reports, 60, 831-834.Swingle, P.G., & Hope, G.H. (1987). Interpersonal influence on temporal measures of vocalization in an interview situation. Language & Speech, 30, 159-167.Swingle, P.G. (1984). Temporal measures of vocalization: Some methodological considerations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 47, 1263 -1280.Swingle, P.G. (1975). The effects of game structure and subjects' behavior on the attitudes toward cooperative opponents. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 18, 714-726.Swingle, P.G., & Santi, A. (1972). Communication in non-zero-sum games. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 23. 54-63.Swingle, P.G., & MacLean, B. (1971). The effects of illusory power in non-zero-sum-games. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 15, 513-522.Swingle, P.G. (1970). Exploitative behavior in non-zero-sum games. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 16,121-133. Swingle, P.G. (1970). Motivational properties of performance feedback. Psychonomic Science, 8, 73-75. Swingle, P.G. (1969). Ethnic factors in interpersonal bargaining. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 23, 136-146. Reprinted (1972) in J.W. Berry & G.J.S. Wilde (Eds.), Social Psychology: The Canadian context. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. Swingle, P.G. (1969). Effects of the win-loss ratio and challenge upon speed in a two person lever pressing race. Journal of Experimental Psychology 80, 542-547. Swingle, P.G., & Coady, H. (1969). Social class, age and the nature of the incentive in children's lever pressing performance. Canadian Journal of Psychology 23, 41-48. Swingle, P.G. (1968). Illusory power in a "dangerous" game. Canadian Journal of Psychology 22, 176-185. Swingle, P. G., & Gillis, J. (1968). The effects of the emotional relationship between protagonists in the Prisonees Dilemma. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 8, 160-166. Swingle, P. G., & Moors, D. (1967). The effects of small monetary incentive upon human lever pressing rates. Psychonomic Science, 9, 205-206. Swingle, P.G. (1967). The effects of the win-loss difference upon cooperative responding in a "dangerous" game. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 11, 214-222. Swingle, P. G., & Coady, H. (1967). The effects of the partner's abrupt strategy change upon the subject's responding in the Prisoner's Dilemma. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 5, 357-363. Swingle, P. G. (1966). An inexpensive pulse source for obtaining elapsed time. Journal Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 2, 4094. Swingle, P.G. (1966). The effects of the emotional relationship between protagonists in a two-person game. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 4, 270-279.Swingle, P.G., Coady, H., & Moors, D. (1966). The effects of performance feedback, social and monetary incentives upon human lever pressing rate. Psychonomic Science, 4, 209-210. Swingle, P.G. (1965). Relatives' concepts of mental patients. Mental Hygiene, 49, 461-465. PAPERS IN NON-REFEREED JOURNALSSwingle, P.G. (Summer 2003). Craniosacral Therapy alters brain functioning. IAHE Connection.Swingle, P.G. (Summer 2003). Potentiating Neurotherapy: Techniques for stimulating the EEG. California Biofeedback.Swingle, P.G. (Fall 1991). Game, disputes and symphonies: The study of experimental conflict. Interaction. Swingle, P.G. (1982). Mastering machines. Enterpriser, 5 (11), 33-36.Swingle, P. G. (March, 1971). Problems of non-integrated expertise in organizations. Engineers' Digest.Swingle, P.G. (1970). Administrative orbiting. Canadian Association of University Teachers' Bulletin, 19, 9-13.Revusky, S.H., Cohen, A.I., Scherer, I.W., Lett, B.T., & Swingle, P.G. (1963). Automated training of social relationships in extremely withdrawn patients. Newsletter for Research in Psychology , 5, 32-36. PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC REPORTSSwingle, P.G. (February, 2005) K.I.S.S.: Simple, Straightforward and Effective Assessment and Neurotherapeutic Treatment Procedures for Primary Care Practices. Workshop presented at FutureHealth Conference on Neurotherapy, Palm Springs, CASwingle, P.G. (February, 2005). Potentiating Neurotherapy. Paper presented at the FutureHealth Conference on Neurotherapy, Palm Springs, CA.Swingle, P.G. (February, 2004) Trauma : Assessment and Treatment with Children. Paper presented at the FutureHealth Conference on Neurotherapy, Palm Springs, CASwingle, P.G. (February, 2004) Failures in Neurotherapy: What Should we Learn From Our Trainwrecks? Paper presented at the FutureHealth Conference on Neurotherapy, Palm Springs, CA.Bradshaw, R.A., Grace, R., & Swingle, P.G. (July 2004) An exploration of trauma-specific frontal lobe brainwave activity and posttraumatic symptomatology before and after the application of specific bilateral stimulation and integration technique. Paper presented at the neuroscience Symposium of the American Scientific Affiliation Conference, Trinity Western University, Langley, BCSwingle, P.G. (February, 2003). Energy techniques in neurotherapy. Paper presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Palm Springs, CA. Swingle, P.G. (February, 2003). Fundamentals of neurofeedback. Workshop presented at the Futurehealth Winterbrain Conference, Palm Springs, CA.Swingle, P.G. (February, 2003) Emotional release techniques facilitate enhancement of occipital theta density in patients with severe traumatic stress. Paper presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advanced in Neurotherapy, Palm Springs, CA.Swingle, P.G. (September, 2002) An acupressure technique to increase SMR in the treatment of epilepsy. Paper presented at the Society for Neuronal Regulation Meetings, Scottsdale, AZ.Swingle, P.G. (February, 2002) Clinical applications of the Swingle Quick Q diagnostic brain assessment. Workshop presented at the Futurehealth Advances in Neurotherapy Conference, Miami, FL.Swingle, P.G. (April, 2001) EFT and theta suppression harmonic accelerates neurofeedback treatment of epilepsy. Paper presented at the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback Meeting, Raliegh-Durham, NC.Swingle, P.G., (February, 2001) Rapid treatment of attention deficit disorder. Invited Workshop presented at Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Miami, FL.Swingle, P.G. ( May, 2000) EFT treatment complements sensory motor rhythm neurofeedback treatment of epilepsy, Paper presented at the Energy Psychology Association Meetings, Las Vegas, NV.Swingle, P.G. Pulos, L., and Swingle, M.K. (May 2000) Neurological changes associated with successful EFT treatment of PTSD. Paper presented at the Energy Psychology Association Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.Swingle, P.G. (April, 2000) Parameters associated with rapid neurotherapeutic treatment of Common ADD (CARD). Paper presented at the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback Meeting, Denver, Co.Swingle, P.G., (February, 2000) Adjunctive treatments to enhance neurofeedback efficiency. Paper presented at Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Palm Springs, CA.Swingle, P.G., (February, 1999) Patient management issues in neurotherapy. Workshop presented at Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Palm Springs, CA.Swingle, P.G. (April, 1998) Subthreshold stimulation protocols for the potentiation of hypnotherapeutic procedures. British Columbia Clinical Hypnosis Society, Vancouver, B.C.Swingle, P.G. (1998, February) Adjunctive treatment procedures. Paper presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy. Palm Springs, CA.Swingle, M.K., & Swingle, P.G. (1998, February) Optimizing second language learning. Paper presented at the Optimal Functioning Meetings. Palm Springs, CA.Swingle, P. G. (1997, February) Artifact problems in EEG biofeedback. Paper presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy. Palm Springs, CA.Swingle, P. G. (Chair) (1997, February) Symposium entitled- Failures in neurotherapy assessment of causes. Presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Key West, Fl.Dupont, F., & Swingle, P.G. (1996, August). Troubles deficitaires de I'attention et reduction de 1'activité cérébrale theta par une technique subliminale auditive. Paper presented at the International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, Quebec.Swingle, P. G., & Budzynski, T. (1996, February). Subthreshold 10 Hz audio stimulation effects on theta brainwave harmonics. Workshop presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Key West, Fl.Swingle, P. G. (Chair) (1996, February). Symposium entitled: "Failures in neurotherpy: Assessment of causes. Presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Key West, Fl.Swingle, P. G. (1996, February). Advances in the treatment of pseudoseizure disorder: Three case studies. Paper presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Key West, Fl.Swingle, P. G. (1996, March). Clinical application of auditory and somatosensy subthreshold stimulation. Invited workshop presented at the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback Meeting, Albuquerque, NM.Swingle, P. G. (1996, January). Neuronal feedback treatment protocols for pseudoseizure disorder. Ontario Society for Clinical Hypnosis, Ottawa, On.Swingle, P. G. (1995, April). An alternative treatment for Attention Deficit Disorder. Paper presented at the Meeting of the Society for the Study of Neuronal Regulation, Scottsdale, AZ.Swingle, P. G. (1995, June). Clinical application of auditory and somatosensory subliminal stimulation. Invited workshop presented at the Canadian Psychological Association Convention. Charlottetown, PEI.Turner, D., & Swingle, P. G. (1995, June). The effects of guided imagery on core and peripheral body temperature. Paper presented at the Canadian Psychological Association Convention. Charlottetown, PEI.Budzynski, T., & Swingle, P. G. (1995, February). The clinical use of subliminal technology. Workshop presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Key West, Fl.Swingle, P. G. (1995, February). Somatosensory effects on brainwave architecture in neuronal therapy. Paper presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Key West, Fl.Swingle, P. G. (1995, February). The treatment of alcoholism with Alpha/Theta brainwave feedback. Workshop presented at the Futurehealth Conference Foundations of Brainwave Biofeedback, Key West, Fl.Swingle, P. G. (1994, May). Brainwave treatment of pseudoseizure disorder. Invited address. Society for the Study of Neuronal Regulation. Las Vegas, NV.Swingle, P. G. (1994, January). The effects of subthreshold hemitones on suppression of EEG theta. Paper presented at the Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Key West, Fl.De Koninck, J., Swingle, P. G., Hebert, M., Couture-Cote, C., & Cote, Y. (1993, June). Self-regulation of core body temperature and sleep. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Los Angeles, CA. Abstract published in Sleep Research, 22, 399.Swingle, P.G. (1993, June). Subliminal facilitation. Workshop presented at the International Conference on Transcultural Psychiatry, Montreal, Quebec.Swingle, P.G. (1993, March). Treatment of attention deficit disorder with a theta inhibiting auditory subliminal: A case study. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for the Study of Neuronal Regulation. Avalon, CA.Swingle, P.G. (1993, January). The effects of auxiliary subliminal auditory stimulation on the autonomic and central nervous systems. Paper presented at Futurehealth Conference Advances in Neurotherapy, Key West, FL.Swingle, P.G. (1992, August). Subliminal treatment procedures. In symposium entitled "Subliminal influence: For better or for naught?” American Psychological Association Meeting, Washington, DC.Swingle, P.G. (1990, June). The resolution of conflict in and out of the laboratory. In G.D. Carr (Chair), The psychology of international conflict: A look at the state of knowledge. Symposium presented at the meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa, ON.Viens, M., Swingle, P. G., & De Koninck, J. (1989, June). The treatment of periodic leg movements using thermal biofeedback: Failure to replicate. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Washington, DC. Abstract published in Sleep Research. 18, 318.Swingle, P.G. (1986, May). Conflict resolution. Paper presented at Conference entitled "Quest for Peace in our Day", Ottawa, ON.Swingle, P.G. (1986, March). Laboratory studies of conflict. Paper presented at Conference entitled "Trust", Carleton University, Ottawa, ON.Swingle, P.G. (1985, February). Organizational conflict resolution. Paper presented at the Ontario Psychological Association Meeting, Ottawa, ON.Swingle, P.G. (1983, October). Propaedeutic training: Biofeedback stress reduction as preparation for other therapy. Paper presented at Conference entitled "The Biobehavioral Management of Stress Related Disorders", Ottawa, ON.Swingle, P.G. (1983, August). Content-free measures of speech: Some methodological considerations. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Meeting, Anaheim, CA.Swingle, P.G. (Chair). (1983, May). Workshop entitled "Conflict Resolution and International Cooperation", International Symposium on Communications Technology and International Development. Institute for International Development and Cooperation, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON.Swingle, P.G. (Chair). (1982, June). Symposium entitled "The individual institution interface", Canadian Sociological and Anthropological Association Meeting, Ottawa, ON.Cliffe, R., Kruidenier, B., & Swingle, P.G. (1978, June). Investigation of the structure of communication in dyads. In D. Phillips (Chair), Analysis of time patterns in interpersonal communication. Symposium presented at the meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa, ON.Swingle, P.G. (1977, May). Damned if we do - Damned if we don't. Paper presented at the Soviet-Canadian Conference on Social Psychology, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON. Swingle, P.G. (1976, February). Incantation of the operational definition. Paper presented at the International Studies Association Meeting, Toronto, ON.Betak, J.F., Brummel, A.C., & Swingle, P.G. (1974, May). An approach to elicit attributes of complex environments. Paper presented at the Environmental Design Research Association Meeting, Milwaukee, WI.Swingle, P.G. (1970, June). Deterrence models. Paper presented at the Canadian Peace Research Association Summer School, Ottawa, ON.Swingle, P.G. (1970, June). Strategy in high risk situations. Paper presented at the Canadian Peace Research Association Summer School, Ottawa, Ontario.Swingle, P.G. (1968, April). Pre-treatment effects in non-zero-sum games. Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Meeting, Washington, DC.Swingle, P.G. (1967, May). "Dangerous" games . Paper presented at the Canadian Peace Research Association Meeting, Ottawa, ON.Swingle, P.G. (1967, April). Response variability in non-zero-sum games. Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Meeting, Boston, MA.Swingle, P. G. (1966, June). The effects of the power relationship upon exploitative behavior in non-zero-sum game. Paper presented at the Canadian Psychological Association Meeting, Montreal, QC.Swingle, P.G. (1966, April). Experimental analysis of "dangerous" games. Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ.Swingle, P.G. (1965, April). The effects of the emotional relationship between protagonists upon the response to uncooperativeness in a two-person game. Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Meeting, New York, NY.Swingle, P.G. (1975). Stone by stone. (A review of J.T. Tedeschi, B.R. Schlenker, & T.V. Bonoma, Conflict power and games. Chicago: Aldine, 1973). Contemporary Psychology 20. 134-136.CLINICAL TREATMENT PROTOCOLSSwingle, P.G. (1997). Attention: Harmonic for increased focus. (Treatment protocol and cassette recording). Chatsworth, CA: Tools for WellnessSwingle (1998). Alert: Harmonic for increased focus. (Treatment protocol and CD recording). Chatsworth, CA: Tools for WellnessSwingle, P.G. (1998). Sleep: Harmonic for sleep induction. (Treatment protocol and CD recording). Chatsworth, CA: Tools for WellnessSwingle, P.G. (1993a). SUB/ALPHA: Subliminal treatment for attention deficit disorder. (Treatment protocol and cassette recording). Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press.Swingle, P.G. (1993b). SUB/BETA: Subliminal autonomic nervous system relaxant. (Treatment protocol and cassette recording). Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press.Swingle, P.G. (1992a). HYB/S: A volitional breathing and hypnotic relaxation exercise with subliminal mood modifier. (Treatment protocol and cassette recording.) Sarasota, FL: Professional Resources Press.Swingle, P.G. (1992b). PMR/APS: Progressive muscular relaxation exercise with subliminal mood modifier. (Treatment protocol and cassette recording.) Sarasota, FL: Professional Resources Press.Swingle, P.G. (1992c). SUB/AC: Subliminal aversive conditioning. (Treatment protocol and cassette recording.) Sarasota, FL: Professional Resources Press.Swingle, P. G. (1992d). SUB/AD: Subliminal treatment for anxiety and/or depression. (Treatment protocol and cassette recording.) Sarasota, FL: Professional Resources Press.Swingle, P.G. (1992e). SUB/BS: Subliminal slow wave treatment for the enhancement of sleep quality. (Treatment protocol and cassette recording.) Sarasota, FL: Professional Resources Press.Swingle, P.G. (1992g). SUB/OCB: Subliminal treatment for obsessive thoughts and/or compulsive behaviors. (Treatment protocol and cassette recording.) Sarasota, FL: Professional Resources Press.Swingle, P.G. (1992h). SUB/S: Subliminal treatment to support the cessation or reduction of smoking. (Treatment protocol and cassette recording.) Sarasota, FL: Professional Resources Press.



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