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Profile IconEmanuela Clivio, Lori A Olson, Cathia Falvey and 4 more joined iACToR
Jan 22
Randy Eady posted a blog post

Breathing & Vagus Nerve Stimulation: Ancient Medicine Made Modern w/Neuromodulation

Respiratory-Gated Vagal Afferent Nerve Stimulation (RAVANS) @Mass Gen Hospital (MGH) is showing promise in the investigation of non-invasive therapies.  This is significant as nerve stimulation is often pitted as an alternative to more disruptive pain management therapies — particularly opioids. “There is a great need to offer effective therapies not based on drugs or invasive implants,” said MGH research lab director Vitaly Napadow. “Non-invasive neuromodulation may help address that need.”…See More
Jan 15
Randy Eady commented on Randy Eady's blog post Bioelectronics & NEUROMODULATION: Using Your Personal Electrome* to Tackle Symptoms & Underlying Disease
"An ongoing trial is investigating the effects of different intensities of RAVANS in hypertensive people showing mid-intensity RAVANS stimulation (rated as a 5 on a 0-10 scale) increases the cardiovagal tone & reduces the sympathetic…"
Jan 15
Randy Eady posted a blog post

Bioelectronics & NEUROMODULATION: Using Your Personal Electrome* to Tackle Symptoms & Underlying Disease

ClearUP’s pulsed electrical current works in two ways. When the device discerns congestion, it vibrates and emits low-level…See More
Jan 6
 

Welcome

 

Welcome to the Members page of the International Association of CyberPsychology, Training, and Rehabilitation (iACToR)!

iACToR is an international non-profit association designed to promote Virtual Reality and other advanced technologies as adjuncts to more traditional forms of therapy, training, education, and rehabilitation. We also investigate the impact of Social Networking on individual behaviour and society.

We have a MedLine journal, CyberPsychology, Behavior & Social Networking (CYBER), now in its 22nd year.  The journal is published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Publishers in New York.  http://www.liebertpub.com/overview/cyberpsychology-behavior-brand-social-networking/10/

In addition, we have an annual International Conference, CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking, CYPSY25, now in its 25th year.  The 25th Anniversary conference will be in Milan Italy from 22-24 June 2020.  http://www.interactivemediainstitute.com/cypsy25

This Ning forum was created for iACToR members to discuss, share, collaborate, and implement important ideas and to stay in touch as an online community.  We also have a Facebook page maintained by iACToR's Secretariat, Interactive Media Institute, a 501c3 non-profit established in 2001.  http://facebook.com/InteractiveMediaInstitute

We hope you will join us and help build our community to inform and educate, and to help others use technology more responsibly!

Create your own reality!

Secretary General

Brenda K Wiederhold

President

Giuseppe Riva


Please visit the Partners page for ways to partner with iACToR to further the application of advanced technologies in healthcare.

Please visit the Events page to keep informed of the latest iACToR approved events!

Please visit the Groups page to apply to join local iACToR chapters and iACToR Special Interest Groups!

Please visit the Videos page to upload and view videos shared by members!

Please explore the world of CyberPsychology and help "Transform Healthcare through Technology!"

 

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CYPSY20 Papers now online 1 Reply

Started by Brenda K. Wiederhold in Other. Last reply by Dustin Weissman, PsyD Aug 10, 2018.

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Started by Brenda K. Wiederhold in iACToR Weekly Newsletters Nov 11, 2015.

2nd Congress of Technology Addiction

Started by Mehmet Dinc in iACToR Weekly Newsletters Aug 26, 2013.

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