Researchers* recently proposed the existence of numerous EEG phenotypes. EEG phenotypes were derived through Johnston, Gunkelman, & Lunt’s (2005) extensive clinical experience and the observation that similar EEG patterns recur in persons with different psychological disorders. EEG phenotypes are a useful method of EEG pattern categorization that requires visual inspection the raw EEG, and often, […]
Neuroscience topics emphasize the human nervous system, particularly the central nervous system, biological and genetic factors in neuronal health, and brain imaging techniques, such as QEEG and fMRI. Many articles focus on how these factors impact human thought, emotion, and behavior.
Many neurofeedback clinicians and researchers are already aware of this latest free resource to be added to The Behavioral Medicine Report. However, I want to alert the general public, students, and other interested persons to this excellent document from The International Society of Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR): The Comprehensive Neurofeedback Bibliography. Check the end of […]
I obtained a letter that will be sent to the American Psychological Association (APA) from concerned psychologists regarding APA’s failure to acknowledge the positive contributions of clinicians and researchers involved in quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) and neurofeedback. The writer also briefly touches on a current controversy in the field that involves admittance of QEEG evidence into […]