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November 7, 2011

A Once In A Lifetime Opportunity To Acquire An Extraordinary Biofeedback Library

By Rob Kall

I'm moving toward simpler and smaller. That means getting rid of a lot of what I've accumulated over the years. Over the course of almost 40 years I've built what I believe is one of the largest libraries related to biofeedback and neurofeedback, collecting books, journals, cassette tapes, conference recordings that combine to be a substantial library. It is for sale

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<blockquote>The main package, plus a TOVA7 have been sold. We'll be listing the balance of items still available. Hypnosis books, software, Brain Mind bulletin "collections", some tape sets. </blockquote>

I'm moving toward simpler and smaller. That means getting rid of a lot of what I've accumulated over the years. 

Over the course of almost 40 years I've built what I believe is one of the largest libraries related to biofeedback and neurofeedback, collecting books, journals, cassette tapes, conference recordings that combine to be a substantial library. 

it includes numerous books, dating back to Barbara Brown's first books, early books on biofeedback, numerous neurofeedback books, biofeedback journals from AAPB, SSNR, BSA, the Association of Biofeedback Clinicians, Society of Behavioral Medicine, EMG journals.

I estimate the books, if you tried to buy them now, would cost you $500-$2500, if you ordered them separately on Amazon or ebay. 

Then I have a good collection of proceedings of the annual biofeedback meeting of BSA, starting with 1975, up to the nineties, at the least, with some from the 2000s.  There are about 20 different proceedings. This is a treasure trove of info you won't find online. (AAPB should digitize all of them, if they  have them.  and offer them on-line as an e-download. (I estimate that these are worth $200-500.

I have  several hundred recordings of lectures at different biofeedback and neurofeedback, ADD and Pain meetings-- all on cassette. I estimate that these had an original retail value of at least $1500-$2500. 

Then there are brand new cassette packages for relaxation and stress management. Those alone are worth at  least $200. 

I have about 16 boxes of these materials. I could sell them separately on Ebay, listing them at starting bids of $50. 

I'd rather bundle them up and sell them to one person who keeps the library together. 

I'll entertain offers starting at $500.00 plus the cost of shipping, probably at least another $50 to $100.

I will also include a few antique biofeedback units-- an old EMG trainer (as is), a CAB-2 computerized biofeedback system (EMG and Thermal), tested and working, that runs on a commodore 64 computer-- if you want.

I do have about five or six of the CAB2 biofeedback systems, tested, working and  three of them complete, with computer. I'd sell them for $150 each or all for $100 each. 

There's also a ton of other miscellaneous items-- new and used

Psych testing software-- Captain's Log, Tova (with button and key) and more-- Bionetica and BioExplorer software-- new. 

see the images on the close out page. 

I also have a second box of doubles-- There's a lot of good stuff in that one box, including new books, Cassettes... Just the cassette packages alone in the doubles box retailed for over $140. 

-- J&J I-330s, modules, sensors, Davicon equipment, new AVS sound and light mind machines, disposable EMG electrodes, standalone thermal trainers, EMGS, (J&J T-68, M57) Autogen A-620 (box, cable, no software or card) We have an older Brainmaster, a newer I-330 C2 version, two Myotrac EMGs, one or two M-59 EMGs, and M-58 Muscle scanning EMG, really old , as--is Vermont medical equipment, russian biofeedback gear, even an Aquarius electronics unit. 

How about 240 digital electronic pulse meters for $180, about $0.75 each if you take them all, or $1.50 if you order in lots of 30.  Add shipping. 

There's an alpha trainer for $199, an old Lexicor either POD or NRS2D for $300, standalone electronic  GSRs, Thermal trainers and EMGs for $200 each. 

There are great deals and opportunities here. 

check the images on flickr, at

If you have questions, ask. write to rob at opednews dot com 

Rob Kall

The first collection of images are all included in the library. After them several images of products that are extra, available separately, are shown. 

To view photos of a lot of the books and tapes in the packaged go to flickr, but they are sold. 

Items still for sale:


Bioexplorer with Key $295

Tova7 with button, no software, but viable for upgrading $200

Captains Log and IVA-- older versions, but new in wrapping. $300

Bionetica, WITH used I-330 with a channel each of EMG and Thermal or SCL.   $750


Pulsemeters as priced above


tested, reconditionedCAB2 Biofeedback system with EMG and thermal and computer-- just add monitor $200 including shipping in US. Add $60, including shipping for color monitor. reduced from $229. See more details here.



Submitters Bio:

One theme has run through my work for the past 40 plus years-- a desire to play a role in waking people up, raising their consciousness and empowering them.
I was the organizer founder of the Winter Brain, Optimal Functioning and Positive Psychology and StoryCon Meetings and president of Futurehealth, Inc., with interests in Positive Psychology as well as being involved in the field of biofeedback/neurofeedback since 1972.
see my more detailed bio, reflecting my work in biofeedback, here.

In 2003 I founded www.OpEdNews.com , where I've written over 1800 articles and have published over 100,000 other people's writings, with the goal of raising people's consciousness in political and activist ways.


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