Garry A. Flint

Garry A. Flint
Private Psychologost, Retired

PhD in Experimental Psychology - Learning Theory

About

14
Publications
33,489
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
93
Citations

Publications

Publications (14)
Data
This PDF includes all you need to know to contact your subconscious and treat emotional trauma.. If you find barriers, you will need the book.
Book
Vernon, British Columbia – Traditionally, a book such as Garry A. Flint’s ‘Healing Your Mind and Soul: Therapeutic Interventions in Quantum Reality’ would be used only by those in a spiritual setting. However, Flint’s multi-faceted approach makes his work of immense value to anyone within the science, healing, religion, spiritual, and cosmology sec...
Book
Full-text available
In his new book, A Theory and Treatment of Your Personality: a manual for change, Dr. Garry A. Flint reveals the power of his Process Healing Method. This method focuses on healing the pain at its source. Partially based on Skinner’s learning theory and Freeman’s chaos theory, the Process Healing Method uses the subconscious to carry out treatment...
Article
Full-text available
Callahan (1985) developed a procedure of tapping on acupressure points for treating mental problems. Craig and Fowlie (1995) modified Callahan's procedure to a simplified version called Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). EFT is easy to teach and is effective with symptoms of PTSD. This article presents EFT as an adjunct to the Critical Incident St...
Article
A 25% reduction in reinforcement magnitude (RIRM) of money paid to residents of an alcoholic rehabilitation program emphasizing the learning of behavior theory and its applications, was instituted to determine the effects on response rates on six classes of behavior—class attendance, desensitizing sessions, completion of desensitization hierarchies...
Article
A noise generator producing an auditory signal of which the power per unit bandwidth is greater in the audio spectrum was used to facilitate relaxation. Eleven of 12 subjects (three alcoholics, two schizophrenics, four psychologists, and three “normals”) demonstrated a significant decrease in galvanic skin response after a 10-min exposure to the si...
Article
33 male alcoholics (median age = 32.5 yr in an inpatient treatment program were administered the MMPI. The 13 standard clinical scales were scored and the resulting profiles grouped according to prominent scale score The generally elevated nature of the profiles suggests that the study group, as a whole, was fairly seriously disturbed.
Article
Full-text available
In operant escape training a rat is usually required to deflect a bar in a downward direction to terminate shock for a short interval of time. In the study described here, eight rats were conditioned with the bar mechanism modified to require a sideways deflection. The acquisition of escape responding with the bar in the modified position was infer...

Network

Cited By