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ISNR Kicks Off Promotional Campaign To Increase Public Awarenes Of Neurofeedback

a href=””>The International Society for Neurofeedback (ISNR) recently released 3 free (for members) nifty brochures designed to promote public awareness of neurofeedeback. The brochures target professionals and patients alike. Two of the 3 full color brochures highlight the benefits of ISNR membership for professionals, while the third encourages patients to explore neurofeedback as a possible […]

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ISNR Research Foundation Calls For QEEG and Neurofeedback Research Grant Proposals

The ISNR (International Society for Neurofeedback and Research) Research Foundation seeks to fund large scale, high quality quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) and neurofeedback studies. They encourage researchers to immediately submit grant proposals for ADHD, Epilepsy, Autistic, and mild to moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI) populations. The ISNR Research Foundation further released a one page document with […]

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Figure 6. BioGraph Infiniti screen showing voluntary SCP production of positivity (red) and negativity (blue). Also displayed are mean values for early and late SCP components.  Mean total SCP values are shown along the right.  Reaction time statistics are also displayed here, and are optionally available in parallel with SCP measurements as they reflect attention and focus (low errors) and motor readiness (low mean reaction times).  Note: scale is positive UP.

DC-EEG in Psychophysiology Applications – A Technical and Clinical Overview

There has been increasing interest of late in very slow electroencephalographic (EEG) activity. While this sort of activity has been recorded and studied for many years, and used in biofeedback protocols in several applications, it is only recently gaining popularity as another tool with potential mainstream application to clinical neurofeedback. Whatever the tool, before embarking […]

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Potential QEEG Markers of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Their Implications for Neurofeedback

Using QEEG technology, researchers have identified a left frontotemporal dysfunction in persons who suffer from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, better known as OCD*. Persons with OCD have disturbing recurrent thoughts, as well as compulsive behaviors that are difficult to suppress and provide temporary relief from anxiety. The authors note that previous research has generally suggested a frontal […]

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Potential QEEG Markers of Childhood Stuttering And Their Implications for Neurofeedback

Researchers compared the quantitative EEGs (QEEG) of 26 children with a history of stuttering to 21 age matched controls with no stuttering and may have identified important “EEG markers” of pediatric stuttering*. The authors’ epidemiological review of pediatric stuttering finds that this disorder afflicts approximately 1% of prepubertal children typically between 2 to 7 years […]

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Blue Cross Blue Shield Continues To Block Coverage for Biofeedback and Neurofeedback

I obtained a copy of a recent Position Statement from Blue Cross/Blue Shield that pertains to biofeedback and neurofeedback from a professional online neurofeedback user group. Unfortunately, Blue Cross/Blue Shield still considers neurofeedback “Investigational and Not Medically Necessary” for all conditions. It appears that Blue Cross/Blue Shield failed to include vital studies, some reviewed on […]

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The National Institute On Drug Abuse Includes Neurofeedback in Their 5-Year Strategic Plan

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) released their “5 Year Strategic Plan for 2009,” which calls for additional research for “The Exciting Potential of Neurofeedback” (pg. 33). A large national organization’s public recognition of the potential benefits of neurofeedback for substance abuse represents an important development for the field of neurofeedback and is a […]

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