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134: Tom Fine – Revisited

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This episode is a rerun of an interview conducted with Tom Fine for the 2015 Float Conference.

Tom Fine is one of the first people to conduct research using floatation tanks. He’s responsible for some of the most foundational research studies, such as studying cortisol levels in people while floating to deduce reductions in stress. Tom comes on the podcast to talk about his history of float research, and how the landscape of stress research has changed.

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This episode is a rerun of an interview conducted with Tom Fine for the 2015 Float Conference.

Tom Fine is one of the first people to conduct research using floatation tanks. He’s responsible for some of the most foundational research studies, such as studying cortisol levels in people while floating to deduce reductions in stress. Tom comes on the podcast to talk about his history of float research, and how the landscape of stress research has changed.

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